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Omnibus Tennis

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Julian C wrote a review Apr 2019
New York City, New York13 contributions
We had 4 days of tennis classes with Mike. He really cared about our goals. He focused on what we needed to improve our game while getting a workout. Thank you Mike, we will def schedule another round of classes when we are back.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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YanYan Z wrote a review Jan 2019
Beijing, China11 contributions16 helpful votes
We played two sessions with Harry while on vacation in Aruba. Harry was able to cater drills to our skills level and quickly corrected flaws in technique. Super helpful! Also got a good workout with the drills involving running around the court, which is much needed after eating all the delicious food on the island. Highly recommend for anyone with passion for tennis to go hit some balls with Harry.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Alex wrote a review Oct 2018
New York City, New York159 contributions139 helpful votes
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I have been taking private tennis lessons for about 9 months and have had lessons with several tennis instructors in the Caribbean and in the United States. Without a doubt, Harry and Mike of Omnibus Tennis offer some of the best tennis instruction out there. They are both formally trained in teaching others the game of tennis and both really enjoy teaching. I had daily private lessons for 4 days and all aspects of my game showed an improvement. Not to mention but these were also great workouts. Harry also runs tennis clinics for kids and teenagers, which are instructional but also fun. I would recommend Omnibus Tennis to anyone who is interested in improving their game or to parents interested in introducing tennis to youngsters.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Randel H wrote a review Apr 2018
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I had the pleasure of meeting and taking several lessons with Harry. After many years away from tennis he was able to help me refine my strokes and show me tactics and strategies for the future. Thanks again Harry Randel Haight
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Rob W wrote a review Mar 2018
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Highly recommend if you are a tennis junky and need your fix while on vacation. My wife and I took a joint 1-hour lesson with Harry on vacation. I am a ~3.5 and she is ~3.0 for reference. Harry kept us both engaged and it was a perfect mix of strategy, technique and exercise. We ended up scheduling a second lesson a few days later. No need to go through your hotel. Just tell him where you are staying and he'll book the court... most likely Playa Linda or Hyatt. Right next to each other and centrally located if you are on Palm Beach. With regard to previous comments on wind, no doubt it can be a challenge but you get used to it pretty quick and the courts are more protected than the beach. I'd say Hyatt was slightly better but might have just been the day. Mornings are much cooler in Aruba. The 10am lesson was very hot but, hey, that's what you are in Aruba for right?
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Date of experience: March 2018
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