Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex
The Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex is located at 889 Whipple Road. Facilities include the Margaret “Mugsy” Kerr tennis building, 12 hard tennis courts, three clay tennis courts, eight Quick Start courts, and a playground for ages 5-12. The tennis complex hosts junior and adult tournaments and is home to USTA and CALTA league teams.
The Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex, Royall Avenue Tennis Courts, and Park West Recreation Complex facilities offer clinics for adults and juniors and Summer Camps. Ball machine rental and racquet stringing are available at the Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex.
Adult Tennis Clinics
Our Adult Tennis Clinics are a great place for both beginners and seasoned players to fine-tune their strokes and get exercise in a fun and non-competitive atmosphere. Led by Mount Pleasant Tennis Professionals, the clinics take small groups through drills and situational match play. Participants often find that this is a great place to meet other players who become hitting partners and USTA teammates.
Please call, 856-2162, to reserve a spot in all adult clinics
Summer 2018 Session June 4-August 16
$15/clinic, resident $30/clinic, non-resident
Players Package: 7 clinics = $90, resident $120 non-resident
Players Package applies to Drill and Play Clinic only
Summer 18 Session Players Packages expire August 16, 2018
Ball Machine is now available, please call 856-2162 to reserve
Drill & Play Clinic
Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex
Tuesday 6 - 7 PM
Thursday 6 - 7 PM
Cardio Tennis Clinic
60-minute conditioning class that will help you take your game to the next level. Enjoy heart-pumping music while hitting a ton of balls!
Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex
Monday 6 - 7 PM
Royall Avenue Courts
Wednesday 6 - 7 PM
Private Tennis Lessons
Private Lessons are available at the player's convenience with MPRD Tennis Professionals. See below for pricing, Tennis Professional bios and contact information. Lessons are available at Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex, Royall Avenue Tennis Courts (Old Village), and Park West Recreation Complex.
30 minutes = $30 resident / $45 non-resident
45 minutes = $45 resident / $60 non-resident
60 minutes = $60 resident / $90 non-resident
Series of 4:
30 minutes = $110 resident / $140 non-resident
45 minutes = $165 resident / $195 non-resident
60 minutes = $220 resident / $250 non-resident
Series of 8:
60 minutes = $400 resident / $430 non-resident
Semi-Private, 2 People:
45 minutes = $50 resident / $80 non-resident
60 minutes = $65 resident / $95 non-resident
Semi-Private, 2 People, Series of 4:
45 minutes = $185 resident / $215 non-resident
60 minutes = $240 resident / $270 non-resident
USTA League Team Clinics
Contact a Mount Pleasant Recreation Tennis Professional to lead your USTA Team in a clinic of drills, strategy, and match play. Get the competitive advantage!
60 minutes with 1 Pro = $70
60 minutes with 2 Pros = $65/each
Head Tennis Professional Clay Maynor
MPRD teaching pros are led by Clay Maynor. Clay is a 29 year USPTA P-1 teaching professional. Clay was previously at Highland Country Club in Fayetteville, NC and Mountain Gate Country Club in Los Angeles, California. Clay also served as the head men’s and women’s tennis coach at Campbell University. Throughout his career Clay has worked with every level of player from the beginning adult and junior to nationally ranked players. He is available for private lessons and oversees MPRD's junior and adult clinic programs. Clay has been teaching at the Mount Pleasant Tennis Complex for 16 years.
Clay Maynor, USPTA Professional
Tennis Professional Or Dekel
Born in Haifa, Israel, Or was the #2 junior player in his native country. Following three years of service in the Israeli army, Or competed on the pro tour for 4 years. In May 2002, Or achieved his high ATP ranking of 316 in singles. Or played one season at UC Berkeley, 2003. and completed his collegiate career at the College of Charleston where he was Southern Conference player of the year three times. Or began his teaching career in 2004, and has since helped many of the Charleston area's top junior players reach their goals.
Or Dekel, USPTA Professional
Tennis Professional Tim Kealy
Timothy Kealy is a 20+ year USPTA P- 1 teachingprofessional. His father was a tennis professional as well, so Tim waspractically born with a racquet in his hand and has been playing his wholelife. In his 20 years of teaching, he finds he enjoys teaching all levelsand all ages, with an extra passion for coaching doubles and playing on leagueteams. Tim is happy to be a part of the MPRD team and looks forward tohelping you grow passionate about tennis through junior clinics, adult clinicsas well as private and group lessons.
Tim Kealy, USPTA Professional
Tennis Professional Jim Purdon
Jim Purdom started his tennis journey in Colorado. His past playing experiences include playing at Georgia State University, on the ATP Satellite Circuit, on the Nike Pro League in Atlanta, as well as the Summer Pro League in Atlanta. His 25+ years of coaching experience began with becoming the Men’s Assistant at Emory University, to coaching and serving as Head Tennis Professional at clubs in Atlanta and Colorado. Jim specialized in high performance coaching and has had students earn college tennis scholarships, join professional tours, and earn top ten in the world in Juniors. His biggest passion is coaching tennis because he loves to see improvement in another players game and /r their day. Adults or juniors, high performance to beginners, Jim loves and is grateful to get on the court and help out.
Tennis Professional Dave Gleason
Dave Gleason is a 24 year USPTR teaching professional. Davemost recently was Director of Tennis at Petersburg Racquet Club, Augusta, GAand West Lake Country Club, Augusta, GA. Throughout Dave's career, he has worked with beginner to nationallyranked juniors. Many of Dave's players have gone on to play college tennis.Dave loves working with adults as well, and concentrates on his players using proper formto stay injury free and specializes in doubles strategies. Dave is availablefor private and group lessons.
Dave Gleason, USPTA Tennis Professional
Tennis Professional Nic Pena
Nic Pena has been teaching for 10+ years. He began as a Tennis Coach at Carrasco Lawn Tennis in Montevideo, Uruguay, and worked his way up to Full-Time Coach and Assistant Director at Canas Tennis Academy, to the Men’s Captain and Assistant Coach of the Women’s team at Missouri Valley College. He has experience with the ITF, COSAT, ATP and as a sparring partner for the Davis Cup. Nic is very excited to be a part of the MPRD team and looks forward to spreading his love of tennis to his community.
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