TAG CONSULT INC. - Professional Tennis Lessons for All
Jr. Tennis Team
TAG Junior Tennis Team plays co-ed or single gender, doubles, and mixed doubles with opposing teams. Your child between 6-17 years of age gains social skills and ethics that are essential to become a mature individual. They are able to work cooperatively and united with one another. The children learn the importance of the game is how you play, whether you win or lose.
Four teams are required to begin the league with matches occurring at various parks, schools, or clubs. You may let us know whether you prefer the team to be co-ed or single gender. There are three playing levels, which are beginner, intermediate, and advanced. Teams are also divided by the following age groups:
*18 Years Old *14 Years Old *12 Years Old *10 Years *8 Years Old
TAG Presents:
USA First Lady- Mitchelle Obama
  • First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move” Tennis Campaign. (America's Campaign for a Healthy Generation of Kids)
  • USPTA- The Fight Against Childhood Obesity. •United States Tennis Association (USTA) 10 & Under Tennis and Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" initiative! (See campaign video on the “News” Tab @ (http://femtennis.usptapro.com)
Andre Agassi- Former US. #1 ranked player
USTA, First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign team up to make a difference for kids.
The USTA and First Lady Michelle Obama’s "Let’s Move!" campaign have teamed up to encourage young people across the country to get active, try tennis and lead healthy lifestyles. Components of the collaboration include a new public service announcement to air nationwide, the construction and renovation of thousands of tennis courts across the country and the commitment to encourage 200,000 children to participate in the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award.
"It’s important for kids to get the hour of active play they need every day, and there are so many fun things that each of us can do to be healthier," said First Lady Michelle Obama. "Thanks to programs like the USTA’s 10 and Under Tennis initiative, it’s easier than ever for kids to get active and have fun. And that’s a big part of what we’re doing with Let’s Move!, America’s campaign to raise a healthier generation of kids."
"Tennis is the sport of opportunity. With our new 10 and Under initiative, tennis is also the newest ‘pick-up sport,’ where kids can play in schools, in parks, at clubs and even at home," said Jon Vegosen, USTA Chairman of the Board and President. "Our new collaboration with the First Lady and ‘Let’s Move!’ will help us reach more families to teach them that tennis is easier to learn and access than ever before."
Working with the Office of the First Lady, the USTA is launching a public service announcement to promote tennis as part of the 60 minutes of play a day kids need. The PSA features First Lady Michelle Obama, Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf, all of whom play the role of ball persons for youngsters playing tennis on courts and with equipment correctly sized for them. Ensuring that children compete with properly sized equipment and on smaller courts is a key component of the USTA’s new 10 and Under Tennis initiative designed to make tennis easier, more accessible and more fun. 10 and Under Tennis is real tennis brought to scale for the sport’s youngest participants, with slower-moving and lower-bouncing balls, lighter and smaller racquets and shorter courts. (See more information- USTA, First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move!" campaign team up to make a difference for kids. Feb 28, 2011). (
QuickStart Tennis
 - Downsized Tennis for kids 10 & Under, 8 & Under using small sized Racquet, low compression balls on downsized court (smaller court area).
  • 10&U Tennis - For Kids 9 & 10 years old.
  • 8&U Tennis - For Kids 6 - 8 years old.
  • Tennis Lessons - We hold QST tennis events for children ages 6-10 years old. The rules have changed, therefore we practice the USTA QuickStart Tennis format. This format permits players 10 and under to play with an approximately-sized racquet and tennis balls, which increase their learning speed.

Summer Programs
TAG Summer program will take your child's game to the next level. No matter your level, this program will improve your game and give you the fundamental tools needed to continue to improve in the game of tennis.
Goals: Safety, Fun, Coordination, Health&Fitness, Tennis Skill Development.

• ½ Day Camps Mon-Fri, 9:00-12Noon
• Full Day Camps Mon-Fri, 9:00am-4:00pm
• 1hr drop-in Summer Tennis practice
 USTA Jr. Team Tennis
USTA Jr. Team Tennis connects kids together in teams to play singles, doubles and mixed doubles against other teams within a league.Kids love it even more when they’re part of a team. There’s a special kind of energy and excitement that results from being part of a team. Even at the pro level, players like Andy, James, the Williams sisters and the Bryan brothers get especially fired up when they’re part of a team effort. You’ve seen it—everyone does their best to make their teammates that much better. That’s what USTA Jr. Team Tennis is all about—building your game while building a team. It’s about showing your stuff—and sharing the fun.
Jr. Futures Tournament Team & Jr. Player Development- This is for the competitive Team Player(s) that desire to compete in futures, local, state or sectional championships or tournaments.
Click Here to download our online presentation and learn more about the programs available!

Contact us in Raleigh, North Carolina, to request more information about our tennis lessons or programs.
Contact Email: info@tagserves.com
Contact Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm