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by posted 06/29/2022

Fairfax Home School Athletic Association

Tennis Information

The FHS Hawks Girls Tennis program aims to develop competitive homeschool tennis players and help athletes grow in pursuing Jesus Christ. The Tennis program is a high school varsity program (with hopes to offer a junior varsity program in the future as the program grows).  All homeschool players grades 7-12 are welcome to try out for a roster spot.  As a team, we are a community that is committed to spurring one another on to grow in our athletic abilities, as well as in our personal, and spiritual lives. Coaches and athletes are expected to extend support and accountability to each other as we seek to honor God through competitive athletics. 

Conditioning: Pre-season conditioning takes place in July and August. Our goals during this time are to build an aerobic base and develop groundstrokes. We learn warm-ups, tennis lingo, stroke development & match play basics.

Tryouts:  Pre-season conditioning concludes with a two-day tryout period to include match play. In-season matches limit the number of players to the top 6, so we are looking for athletes who are committed to working hard and contributing to positive team dynamics.

Season: August - October

Matches: 2021-22 saw the inaugural season of both our girls and boys tennis programs.  We were delighted to begin with 5-6 matches but hope to see an increase in matches as our program grows. Locations will vary from the local area to a 1-2 hour drive.

Match Play: 6 singles & 3 doubles. Exhibition matches for all others when possible.

Practices: Practices are held a minimum of 2x/wk at an outdoor tennis facility, usually in Alexandria or Springfield. Practices will be canceled 1 hour in advance if courts are unplayable.

Athletes are expected to engage in some type of fitness program the other 3 days of the week, to include cardio, weights, stretching & agility.


1) Registration fee: $30, must be paid before an athlete can participate in conditioning or tryouts.

2) Season fee: The season fee covers court fees, balls, insurance, etc. & is generally about $350-400. Once a spot on the team is offered, the athlete has 48 hours to accept the spot on the team by paying the fee.

3) Uniforms: Uniforms tops are to be purchased in the Online Store for about $30 as soon a spot on the team is accepted. Uniform is completed by a pair of black shorts provided by the athlete.

Other Equipment: Tennis/court shoes, racquet & racquet bag are provided by the athlete.

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