Julian Krinsky School of Tennis at Narberth
Since 1978, we've been helping players of all ages and levels make dramatic improvements in their games by enhancing fundamentals, focusing on court strategy and creating a competitive and supportive environment. Julian Krinsky, who played on the international tennis circuit, founded JKST. Today, the year-round academy offers two indoor facilities, as well as one of the world's premier summer camps. We are a USTA Middle States Premier Provider.
All our programs are taught by full-time USPTA-, USPTR-, and JKST-trained professionals. Our pros come from around the world and include touring players, a Wimbledon and French Open coach, a Davis Cup Coach, an Olympic Team Coach, All-American athletes and ITF world coaches.
The Great Base Initiative
The Great Base Initiative is the teaching philosophy of the Julian Krinsky School of Tennis. It is a teaching system founded by Steve Smith following the philosophies of tennis teaching master, Vic Braden. The Great Base Initiative teaches players to develop a very strong fundamental base through fact-based instruction. In order to play tennis at a high level, a player needs to start with a great base including instruction, work ethic and character. As part of this initiative we are committed to our 10 and Under Tennis program. In fact, every one of our courts has blended lines to accommodate the program.
Private lessons are available by the hour or half-hour. You and your teaching
professional will arrange your schedule together.
Clinics consist of small group sessions
that facilitate learning through interaction with peers. Clinic times are set for the full season by the club.
Open Court Time
Book an open court and schedule your
own matches or practice time. The ball machine may be reserved by request.
Leagues & Tournaments
From intense weekly leagues to the annual club championship, our leagues and tournaments will spark your competitive fire.
Throughout the season we host tennis social events for adults. It’s a great
opportunity to play recreational tennis
and meet other club members.