MyTennisLessons allows players of all ages and skill levels to choose from a selection of qualified tennis coaches in their area, by simply inputting their zip code. The customer is then given customizable options, such as selecting a discounted lesson package, upon choosing an instructor. Further options include selecting the nearest court location, specific lesson type (private tennis lessons, group lessons, etc.), as well as a convenient date and time.
Early on MyTennisLessons recognized that there was a demand for tennis lessons at local courts that were affordable, convenient, and most importantly, enjoyable. “Customers appreciate the value of being able to take a tennis lesson at a conveniently located court with an instructor that is reliable and prescreened”
Customers however, are not the only party taking advantage of MyTennisLessons’
MyTennisLessons takes care of an instructors advertising, marketing, online billing, and customer service needs. By providing these services, MyTennisLessons allows instructors to focus on what they do best, teach tennis lessons.
Clayton Branche, who gives tennis lessons in DC with MyTennisLessons and is a current student at John Hopkins University, appreciates the flexibility MyTennisLessons allows him. “The personalized scheduling is very appealing because I get the benefit of not having to sacrifice any of my academic or professional goals and I still get the opportunity to make some money” explains Branche. MyTennisLessons’
Many instructors, first with DC Tennis Pros and now with MyTennisLessons, have taken full advantage of the chance to supplement their income, provided by Marcus and his team. “The extra money I have made from teaching tennis lessons has been a great way to augment my income” claims Branche, “Although I work other jobs to make money to cover my basic (non-college)
Whether providing tennis lessons in Los Angeles, Honolulu, or Miami, Marcus and MyTennisLessons are hoping to have a similar nationwide impact on the lives of not only tennis instructors, but the thousands of tennis enthusiasts living in the US. “Even though we are working towards becoming a nationally recognized brand, on a more basic level we enjoy connecting with others who are as passionate about tennis as we are.”