A breathtaking view of the largest small boat harbor in the world, a few steps to secure covered parking, and premier equipment gives you a professional level tennis facility. Plus, a short stroll gets you to some of the best eateries in LA, a dock to jump on the Marina Water Bus, and easy access to one of the greatest bike paths in the world. This may be the best tennis location in California to train your game.
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What others say about TennisDr
I would highly recommend Jonathan to anyone that is looking to learn how to play tennis or is looking to refine their skill set. He has a complete understanding of the techniques and strategies you need to learn to become successful. And his group classes are a great way to meet friends that you can play with to get better.
My fiancé and I have been going to Jonathan for weekly lessons for about 10 months now – and we are so happy with him we couldn’t recommend him more! We started as total beginners and have built a strong foundation for our tennis game. At first, the two of us had private lessons until we were good enough to join a group class. Lessons with Jonathan are fun, instructive, challenging, and overall a great experience and highlight of our week. We couldn’t be happier with the people he’s paired us up with and feel he exercises excellent judgement when pairing players. He has such a great attitude as a coach and really helps move our tennis game along. We get better and better each week and plan on sticking with Jonathan for the rest of our tennis career!
Jonathan is and excellent doubles coach to refine your physical skills and mental awareness and attitude. He has been invaluable in helping me learn how to stay positive on the court and gain confidence in my overall approach to the game. I always look forward to a session under his guidance. Thanks!
Jonathan is a fabulous tennis instructor; his mixed doubles classes are excellent for drills and for understanding technique and strategy…his teaching is invaluable. Lawrence “Hail Larry” Mortorff.