Giveaway: Enter to Win a Week of Summer Camp with RDUTennis!



Want to serve up some summer fun for your kids? Sign them up for a camp that they are sure to love! RDUTennis launched in the DC area just a few summers ago and has since grown into one of the area’s premiere tennis programs for kids, with instruction now offered during aftercare at many local schools along with their seasonal camps.

Once again, tennis camps will be offered for ages 5-14 at American, Catholic, and Trinity Washington Universities throughout the summer. Both full-day and half-day camps will be available at all three locations — and the American University location is the only tennis camp in Northwest DC to run from 8:30am – 5:30pm (and that doesn’t include aftercare).

While tennis is the main focus of camp, kids can enjoy a variety of other activities, too. Campers can participate in soccer, basketball, arts & crafts, and swimming. And for the first time this year, swimming will be offered everyday for full-day campers as well as for half-day participants at the AU location.

Also if you’re still looking for Spring Break activities for your kids, camp is being held April 15-18 at Trinity Washington University — a great opportunity to experience RDUTennis ahead of the summer sessions.

For more camp details, including descriptions, pricing, schedules, and registration, visit the RDUTennis website. Inquiries can also be addressed to Brian Rosenthal at [email protected]

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Giveaway: For a chance to win a week of camp with RDUTennis at the American University location this summer, simply leave a comment below, telling me your child’s (or your) favorite pro tennis player — past or currently playing. To be eligible, be sure to follow RDUTennis on Facebook. Get an extra chance to win by entering on the KidFriendly DC Facebook Page. This giveaway will run through Wednesday, April 17, 2019, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!


This post is sponsored by RDUTennis LLC, however, I only promote programs, services, and events that I genuinely believe in and think would appeal to KFDC readers.


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14 Responses to Giveaway: Enter to Win a Week of Summer Camp with RDUTennis!

  1. Michelle Daniels

    We would love to go! My son’s favorite play is Arthur Ashe. Ashe was the first black player selected to the United States Davis Cup team and the only black man ever to win the singles title at Wimbledon, the US Open, and the Australian Open.

  2. My son is a big tennis fan and budding tennis player. His favorite tennis player is currently our local up and coming star Francis Tiafoe – or Big Foe as we like to call him.

  3. Adina

    AAAaack! I have been looking at tennis camps for theo! Thanks for this heads-up. (and for the free week: Yvonne Goolagong is my fave, because i’m that old!)

  4. lance

    My son likes John Isner. Hopefully this camp can teach my little guy to be 30 inches taller!

  5. Janet Osherow

    My 5 year old daughter JUST starting to learn and we would be so grateful for this opportunity. She likes Serena Williams.

  6. Rose

    My 4 & 5 yr old have taken one tennis class through DCPR And they loved it. I was sad we could not do this last year because we wanted both boys to go but my youngest was too young but excited about this summer. They don’t really have a favorite player yet but I’m 100% #teamSerena!!!

  7. HS

    My daughter would love to go! She is a big fan of the William sisters and Roger Federer💛
    We are signing up her younger sibling and I know she would enjoy it too!

  8. Bonita Kennedy

    Hi my daughter is a big fan of Venus Williams!

  9. Kavitha C Ness

    my daughter took her 1st tennis lessons this Fall. Loved it and wants to continue. Our favorite tennis player is Serena Williams. #GOAT.

  10. Dana

    Serena Williams

  11. Clara

    Arthur Ashe

  12. Michelle Germany

    My son enjoys tennis. He likes to watch Dustin Brown as well as the Williams sisters.

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