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Tennis Team

Non-Varsity Tennis

Tennis lessons are included in membership and are available throughout the week.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

  • 9:45 to 10:35 – 6 to 8yrs
  • 10:45 to 11:35 – 9 to 10yrs
  • 11:45 to 12:35 – 11 to 13yrs

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

  • 9:45 to 10:35 – 11 to 13yrs
  • 10:45 to 11:35 – 6 to 8yrs
  • 11:45 to 12:35 – 9 to 10yrs

Varsity/JV Tennis

Varsity/JV Practice 

Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:10 to 2pm

Match Schedule

Friday, July 12 – Sher-Le-Mon @ Kendbrin 

Friday, July 19 – Kendbrin @ East Bay

Friday, July 26 – Kirkbrae @ Kendbrin

Friday, August 2 – Kendbrin @ Slater

Friday, August 9 – Abbot Run @ Kendbrin

Friday, August 16 – Kendbrin @ Sher-Le-Mon

Contact Kendbrin Coach Eric Kravitz with questions: ekravitz@gordonschool.org


Building Skills to Last a Lifetime

Playing tennis provides a great opportunity to build physical strength, develop perseverance and determination, and boost self-esteem. The skills learned in tennis will help with problem-solving, social interactions, and provide an activity that can be pursued throughout adulthood.

Tennis lessons, clinics, and inter-club games are included in membership.
Competitive tennis team requires registration and small fees; information is noted below.

We offer Varsity and Junior Varsity teams that competes with local clubs in singles and doubles matches with a season-ending championship and a club award banquet.  

  • Varsity is intended for players 12 years of age and over who are experienced at match play.
  • Junior Varisty is intended for experienced players under the age of 12 who are almost ready for match play.

1st child: $45

2nd child: $40

3rd child: $35

4th child: free

Team fees help defray the cost of team gifts given out at the awards banquet at the end of the summer.

Eric Kravitz, Tennis Pro

Eric has run the Kendbrin tennis program since 2013. He is a long-time educator who works at the Gordon School and currently coordinates their math program.

Eric has coached the Gordon tennis team for many years, and he has also run tennis programs at Pine Hollow Country Club and Edge Tennis Academy. In addition, he has taught at CCRI and Roger Williams University.

Eric loves playing tennis competitively and plays on several mens teams during the summer. In addition to tennis he enjoys biking, gardening, and spending time with his wife and three children.