Tennis

About Bad Dawg Tennis


Summer registration, set to begin April 6, has been delayed due to Frisco’s declared public health emergency related to COVID-19. This delay will be reassessed during the month of April.

Bad Dawg Tennis, formerly known as Frisco Tennis School, has provided year-round tennis programming to the Frisco community for 15 years. Led by David Gray, Bad Dawg Tennis teaches lessons and camps for kids five years old through adulthood at Warren Sports Complex, Shawnee Trail Sports Complex, and indoor at the Frisco Athletic Center. David was previously ranked # 1 in state doubles in his age division; was Division I collegiate head coach at University of North Texas and named conference Coach of the Year; and has been tournament director for 10 professional events, including tournaments featuring Maria Sharapova and numerous other Top 100 players. Bad Dawg Tennis provides an affordable and accessible option for participation in a life-long sport. Super Duper Tennis Day, a free workshop for Frisco ISD special education students in now offered. From beginner through advanced levels of all ages, Bad Dawg Tennis develops skills and confidence both on and off the court.  

Make-up policy: If you are unable to attend your scheduled class or class is cancelled due to weather, you may attend any other class at any location during the same session. 

Inclement weather hotline: 972-292-6666, option 3

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