ACE Tennis Academy, Ahmedabad, Gujarat was incepted in the year 1998 with a vision of producing world class players. We have achieved our mission before the estimated time. Till now we have successfully trained more than 60 international players, 35 students have been doing great at national levels and about 150 students are pursuing their further studies abroad based on tennis scholarships and about 50 players have made their livelihood on Tennis in India and Abroad. Ace Tennis Academy has also trained players from various countries like South Africa, Kenya, Finland, Denmark, Belgium, Bahrain, United States, The Great Britain , Germany, Italy and many more.
ACE Tennis Academy is now associated with C.N. Sports Academy, Ambawadi Ahmedabad starting from Nov. 1st 2017. It will be open for all and age group 4 to 60 years players. Timing will be 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM and 3:30 PM to 9:30 PM.
We take training programs for Short Period to Yearly Contracts for Schools, Clubs, Companies, Corporates in any city or country.
This program is only for selected dedicated parents and players who are passionate about tennis.
There are various frees structure for the individual programs. We also provide personalized and group training packages.
Our facilities includes Group Training, Pickup and Drop facility, Ball Boys on every Court, Flexibility of Timings etc.
Now it is open
24 x 7
coaching timings are from
6:00 AM to 10:00 PM
You Must Know
Tennis has been called as the “sport for a lifetime”. It is a very popular sport across the globe and is played by people of all ages. Avid tennis players have long believed that tennis may be the perfect sport that will not only help you to live longer but also improve the quality of your life.
Tennis courts come in one size and one shape, but they do have vastly different surfaces. Each different surface can directly affect the way you play your game and how well you do. Everyone has their favorite surface to play on and you are probably no exception.
People who participate in tennis 3 hours per week (at moderately vigorous intensity) cut their risk of death in half from any cause, according to physician Ralph Paffenbarger who studied over 10,000 people over a period of 20 years.