I always thought that there wasn't much to playing tennis until I actually tried to play a match. Not only is it challenging to actually hit the ball, but the tennis court is also bigger than it seems when you are running back and forth. I was super sore in muscles that I didn't know existed. Attempting to play tennis was fun though, and if I had taken lessons, I'm sure it would be super fun and great exercise.

If anyone knows tennis, it's Matt Moade. He's a great teacher at Princeton Community High School and coaches the Princeton Tiger's Tennis teams. For the thirty-ninth year in a row, students have the opportunity to learn how to play tennis absolutely free!

The free tennis camp is for North Gibson School Corporation students going into grades 3-9. It's scheduled for June 21-25, 2021 at the Princeton Community High School tennis courts. Fresh air, exercise, and it's all free.

Summer is just around the corner, and so is the Princeton Tennis Club’s FREE Tennis Camp for area youths grades 3-9. This is our 39th year of doing the camp to introduce Tennis as a Lifetime Sport and something kids can do with mom and dad at ZERO Cost!

To get your kids on the list, give Matt Moade a call 812.385.9191 or connect through the Princeton Tiger's Tennis Facebook page.

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