Junior Tennis

After School Classes


The best way to learn tennis is in a group with friends. Our goal is to teach the sport for lifetime enjoyment. We take pride in having our junior players participating actively on their high school varsity tennis team, often as freshmen. The after school classes are offered to all ages and levels of our junior members. Registration is done on a monthly basis with many of our players participating year round.

After school group classes are provided for Pee Wees (under 7 years old), Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced Players using the proper compression tennis balls for the age group.

High School Scrimmage – Preparing our players for the upcoming high school season is the goal of this new program. Match play with coaching is the format for this highly effective session.

Tennis Camps


Throughout the year our pro staff offers morning camps during extended school vacations including Thanksgiving vacation, winter break, spring break, and summer. These popular day camps are in addition to our highly regarded summer tennis camp.

Summer Tennis Camp – Our summer tennis camp runs from mid-June through early August with one-hour long morning classes offered at times compatible with Legendland and the swim team schedule.

Sleepy Hollow Junior Tennis Team


Our exciting junior team competes in local leagues during the summer, spring and fall in several age groups: Under 10, Under 12 and Over 13. The Lamorinda and USTA Junior Team Tennis League sees us in action during the summer months while the Diablo Valley Junior Tennis League is our spring and fall league.


Adult Tennis

Grand Slam Mixers


The Grand Slam Mixers are fun for the whole family (novice and advanced players alike) and are consistently popular events at Sleepy Hollow. Adults and top junior players enjoy playing some spirited, friendly doubles while younger members of the family participate in their own fun and games led by our pro staff. Tennis mixers are held year-round to correspond with the Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open)

Adult Tennis Leagues


Sleepy Hollow participates in United States Tennis Association, Northern California Section (USTA NorCal) adult Leagues throughout the year with volunteer captains managing the teams. In addition to the USTA adult leagues, we enter teams in Bay Area Ladies Leagues with matches taking place weekdays during the spring and fall. Teams practice informally in addition to organized instructional sessions with the club’s professionals.

Tennis Instruction


Private and group lessons are provided seven days a week.

Meet Our Tennis Pros

Bob Manalo
Bob is well known throughout Northern California for his excellent leadership, most recently as Director of Adult Tennis at USTA NorCal. His long-term career at Head Royce School in Oakland as the school's tennis coach earned him high honors for years of outstanding high school teams. Bob is certified by the USPTR and enjoys teaching all levels of students. Originally from Southern California, he played collegiate tennis at St. Mary's in Moraga. In addition, Bob has taught several outstanding junior players in the Lamorinda area.
Jim Coyne
Jim played his junior tennis in Ontario, eventually ending his intercollegiate career playing for the University of Nevada, Reno. During summer breaks from college he was a director at the Tennis at Mills program at Mills College in Oakland, which led to his position as the Director of Tennis at the Claremont Resort in Oakland. For 27 years he operated the pro shop and provided lessons and services from beginners to world famous celebrities. Most recently Jim was the Director of Junior Tennis for the USTA Northern California and through his efforts NorCal became a leader across the country in creative programming.
In 2015, Jim was appointed Chairman of the USTA NorCal 10 & Under Committee.
Xavier Manalo
Xavier played high school tennis at Head-Royce School in Oakland and Sunnyside High School in Fresno, where he reached the quarter-final round of the CIF Central Section Singles Championship in 2003. Xavier started teaching tennis as a camp counselor at the Head Royce School Summer Enrichment Program in 1996, continuing for a number of years. That early teaching experience was the foundation upon which he has built his skills in teaching children. Since then, he has been involved in coaching and teaching adults and children at a variety of tennis facilities in the Bay Area. He is currently an Assistant Professional at Sleepy Hollow Swim & Tennis Club.