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Camp General Info -  Warhawk Tennis Camp

Camp Objectives
The Warhawk tennis camp is one of the top tennis camps in the Midwest.  It is intended for tennis players from 12-18 in age, getting ready for their high school season.  We cater to all players from intermediate to ranked tournament players.  Mental toughness is what is stressed throughout the week.  We spend the majority of the first 4 days drilling mechanics and stressing doubles and singles strategies.  We then follow that up with team match play that is benificial to all players about to take on the challenges of their next high school season.

Camp Features

  • Tennis day and night, you will get your fill, guaranteed!

  • Focus on mental toughness, essential for all young players. 

  • Tactical aspects of tennis.
  • The importance of a winning attitude.
  • Relaxation and concentration techniques to help in match situations. .
  • Match play.
  • Free individual help sessions twice a day.
  • High Intensity Drills at night, a fan favorite!
  • Full-service dining in the college cafeteria.
  • Video analysis for each camper.
  • Evaluation form completed for each camper.
  • DVD to take home of the weeks activities.


A typical day includes six to eight hours of on-court instruction followed by night activities including tournament play and a Thursday night talent show.  We will stress the mental toughness skills needed to succeed in tournaments and at the high school level. No students will be forced to play beyond their limits or go home feeling that they have not played enough tennis.

Sample Schedule:

6:45 Breakfast
7:30 Training room is open. Optional early bird drills
8:30 Announcements • Mental toughness • Strategy lectures • Drills
11:00 Individual instruction or swimming
11:30 Lunch
1:15 Drills • Tournament play
4:00 Individual instruction or swimming
4:30 Dinner
6:00 Reconvene at bleachers for night activities

We also offer video analysis for each camper.


Roommate requests are encouraged, but not necessary. If a roommate is not requested, we will assign one of approximately the same age. The dorm is configured with double rooms. Campers are grouped by age on the hall.

Early Arrivals/Late Departures

Univ. of Wisconsin, Whitewater Tennis Camp does not have the facilities or personnel to accommodate campers who arrive the day before or who leave the day after the designated dates of their camp.

Key Deposit

Charges will be assessed for lost keys.