May 25, 2022

The Benefits of Tennis Lessons for Children

If you’re looking for some sort of hobby to encourage your child to pursue, tennis could be an excellent choice. As well as getting them off their smartphones, there are lots of benefits other of tennis lessons for children, as explored below by a tennis court hire company in Northwood.

The benefit of tennis lessons for your child tennis racket and ball on a red tennis court birds eye view

Good for their Health

 Anything that requires physical exertion is fantastic for children because it improves their health, not only in a physical sense but also mentally. Tennis will help with their aerobic capacities and support bone health, as they run, swing, stretch and jump etc. Sports are also great for encouraging the release of feel-good hormones in the brain, which reduces stress. So, if your child plays tennis, you are likely to notice improved mood too.

Enhances Hand-Eye Coordination

 Tennis players have to judge the timing between the approaching ball and the right point of contact, which is a great way to enhance hand-eye coordination.

Improves Motor Skills

As well as hand-eye coordination, tennis is also great for improving both fine and gross motor skills, because it allows players to strengthen and condition their muscles for greater precision. Motor skills are crucial for pretty much all daily tasks and activities, so it’s important for children to work on them as much as possible.

A Chance to Socialise

 There are lots of hobbies that are solitary, which doesn’t suit every child. Tennis, on the other hand, is a chance for children to socialise and make friends with likeminded individuals, which is great for their communication skills.

Boosts Confidence

 As children become increasingly more proficient tennis players, while also building up their strength and physical fitness, and forming strong relationships with other players, they will also become increasingly more confident. This is ideal because it will help them feel more comfortable stepping out of their comfort zone.

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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.

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