Bone Strength 增强骨骼强度
Playing tennis regularly strengthens the bones of young players and has been proven to help prevent osteoporosis later on in life.
Hand-Eye Coordination 手眼协调能力
Kids who play tennis learn to constantly judge the timing between the approaching ball and the right point of contact, quickly accelerating their hand-eye coordination even when other activities and sports might have failed to do so.
3Aerobic and Cardiovascular Exercise有氧运动锻炼心血管
Tennis gets kids moving! Without even realizing it, they’ll be running around for a good hour straight while maintaining a high energy level. That’s great for strengthening their heart, and also helping them (and by extension their parents!) get a good night’s rest.
Side-to-side and up-and-back sprints for the ball will have kids running like the wind in no time!
Not only will kids learn to get into the good habit of stretching before and after being active, but they will also be constantly stretching and maneuvering for the ball, drastically improving their flexibility.
6Gross Motor Coordination粗动作协调能力（全身大肌肉活动的动作）
Large muscle groups will get conditioned quickly through court movement and ball-striking skills.
7Fine Motor Coordination精细运动协调能力
Learning the more specialized hits like angled volleys, drop shots and lobs conditions the smaller muscle groups and increases muscle precision.
During a single point kids may change direction as many as 5 times in 10 seconds!
Learning to serve and the constant run-stop-run rhythm of the sport increases balance.
The conditioning that comes with tennis means your kids will be growing up in the very best physical health possible, which increases their immune system and resistance to disease!