The Stars of the Future is a beginners’ programme for kids between the ages of 5 to 12. It consists of five stages, starting with a Challenge Day for newcomers to have a taste of the sport. The next three stages are dedicated to training, starting off with the basics in Stage 1 and progressively more advanced in Stages 2 and 3. Upon completion of the various stages of training, the players will move on to the final phase of the programme – Competition – so they can try to incorporate and apply what they have learned into actual match-play situations. First launched in 1992 with the help of former French Open champion, Michael Chang, the Stars of the Future is an invaluable player identification programme to help nurture talented local tennis player at a young age.
Training will be cancelled once the typhoon signal No. 8 or above is hoisted, or after a Black Rainstorm Warning signal is announced. If typhoon signal No. 3 or below is hoisted, please contact the coach-in-charge to check the latest training arrangements.
If the coach decides to go ahead with the training on rainy days, parents/guardians are advised to remain at the courts. In case of the weather condition worsening, and the coach being forced to cancel the lesson, the parents/guardians should pick up their kids immediately. HKTA shall not be responsible for the safety of any child after the coach has cancelled the lesson.
No refund if a lesson is cancelled due to inclement weather conditions. If courts are available, make up classes will be arranged.