Armonk Tennis Club

Armonk Tennis Club
Armonk Tennis Club is listed in the Tennis Court Private category in Armonk, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Armonk Tennis Club which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Armonk Tennis Club on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 92.

Contact information for Armonk Tennis Club is:
546 Bedford Rd
Armonk, NY 10504
(914) 273-8124

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Armonk Tennis Club has an overall ZapScore of 92. This means that Armonk Tennis Club has a higher ZapScore than 92% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Armonk, New York is 34 and in the Tennis Court Private category is 56. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Armonk Tennis Club published a note.
AITA Junior Camp Week 8 Highlights
It was a great last week of camp. Our focus was on live-ball drilling and improving ball control while on the move. Each day began with drills and games working on stroke consistency and ball placement. We then progressed into point play with an emphasis on controlling the ball on the run. The final Davis Cup winner was Team Korea in a close battle over Cuba, Iceland, and Japan. Additionally, congratulations to Jacob for winning the older tournament and Jordan for winning the kids-ball tournament. Thank you to all campers and parents for a great summer, full of tennis and outdoor fun. I am sad that it has come to an end but extremely proud of each player's improvement. While I can't wait for next summer to come around, we can keep on playing, as the indoor JDP and AITA programs begin in just a few weeks.

Armonk Tennis Club published a note.
Camp Armonk Week 7 Highlights
With this summer's Camp Armonk officially in the books, I would like to say how much of a pleasure it was working with each and every camper. As we practiced and played the various sports, everyone's skills and confidence grew tremendously, and it was great to see. Meanwhile, the Mad Science campers also expanded their knowledge of science this summer, with the final week's theme being Birds, Beasts, and Beyond. The kids learned about the animals that roamed the earth in the past and those that live today. One day they were building dinosaur models and the next they were dissecting owl "pellets." They were true zoologists for the week! Throughout the summer, the Camp Olympics were a high point each week. As the entire camp competed together in various events, the older campers would mentor the younger ones. They helped them navigate the obstacle courses, battled next to them in games of tug-of-war, and led cheers to root on their teammates. The camaraderie between the older and younger kids is a special aspect of Camp Armonk, and it's hopefully something they will carry throughout their school days. Thank you to everyone, both parents and kids, for your support this summer. If anyone has any feedback, I would love to hear from you. You can reach us through the camp email at or at Have an amazing school year, and I hope to see you all next summer!

Armonk Tennis Club published a note.
AITA Junior Camp Week 7 Highlights
It's hard to believe we're onto the last week of camp. The commitment from our players this summer has been incredible, and I've seen great improvement from all of them, whether they've been here for one week, eight weeks, or any amount of time in between. Last week we focused on volleying. We worked on approaching the net and the proper positioning when there. We also tied in what we learned in previous weeks by practicing serve-and-volleying. In the Davis Cup competition, we had a battle of colleges. Michigan eked out a win over Princeton, Stanford, and West Point. It came down to Bump Attack on the last day of games, with everyone excited to see who would end up on top. It was a great finish to the week! Avery won our older tournament, and Luke won our orange-ball tournament. Both had excellent matches throughout the week.

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Armonk Tennis Club published a note.
Camp Armonk Week 6 Highlights
Last week saw the campers play volleyball, handball, basketball, soccer, tennis, and more. To beat the heat, the pool and water slide were used frequently in the afternoons. As the summer comes to a close, I must say that everyone's skills in all the sports we've played, including swimming, have improved greatly, as has their knowledge of the various rules and strategies. The week's Mad Science theme was Crazy Chemworks, with the campers exploring the world of chemistry. Some of the concepts they learned about were solutions, indicators, and the difference between acids and bases. The cool chemical reactions they made were a highlight of the week. The Camp Olympics included several new events, including some intense tug-of-war matches. France came in first, followed by Madagascar, Costa Rica, and Iceland. It was such a close competition that first place had to be decided by rock-paper-scissors. We're onto the final week of what has been a great summer. Let's make the last one the best one!

Armonk Tennis Club published a note.
AITA Junior Camp Week 6 Highlights
This past week of tennis emphasized court positioning. The campers worked on moving to the proper spot, hitting the ball, and then recovering for the next shot. We also continued working on serving, as a good serve will put one's opponent in a tough position. To practice these skills, we did rally drilling, target hitting, and match situations. Jamaica won the Davis Cup over China, Switzerland, and Syria, and Ethan won the weekly camp tournament. Congratulations, Team Jamaica and Ethan!

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