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Colorado SERVES

Success, Education, Respect, Values, Excellence & Self Confidence

The Colorado SERVES Program is a partnership between the United States Tennis Association of Colorado (USTA Colorado) and Denver Tennis Park designed to bring affordable tennis programming to kids of all abilities and backgrounds. The SERVES program combines strong youth development practices with dedicated tennis training delivered by some of the best instructors in our state. Frank Adams and George Tavarez, our lead instructors, have more than 50 years of combined youth instruction experience. Frank is also an inductee to the Black Tennis Hall of Fame and was one of the initial founders of the Star Search program, a precursor to SERVES.

The SERVES program is offered both at the DTP (winter months) and as camps in the Denver community (summer months), including in Southwest Denver at Lincoln High School and in Northeast Denver at Northfield High School. To learn more please contact Sonia Schwartz, Outreach Coordinator, at

SERVES Schedule and Registration

Colorado SERVES is back at the Denver Tennis Park for the winter months beginning in October! SERVES is FREE - you must have a free DTP Club Automation account to register. Please register for each class date individually.

Players will learn and develop basic tennis skills in a fun and supportive environment. Brand new and experienced players are welcome!


Denver Tennis Park

1560 South Franklin St.

Denver, Colorado 80210



5-11 Years


12:30 - 2:00 p.m.

11-18 Years


2:00 - 3:30 p.m.


January 13


January 27


February 10


February 24


March 16

Support SERVES

Our community work is made possible by donations and grants from various organizations and individual donors. You can support Colorado SERVES and other DTP community programming with a charitable gift.

Advantage Kids, our program within Denver Public Schools (DPS) schools, is designed to introduce and sustain tennis programming in under-invested DPS elementary, middle, and high schools where there is little to no tennis in the schools. 

The long-term goal isn’t only to build a deep youth development structure through tennis in under invested communities, but to establish a culture of tennis and a pipeline of tennis players from elementary to high school within those communities .

If you are a faculty member or parent of a DPS school and have interest in the DTP bringing Advantage Youth to your school, please reach out to Sonia Schwartz, Community Outreach Coordinator, at

Winter/Spring 2024

Trevista at Horace Mann: January 23 - February 9


Greenwood Academy: February 12 - April 3

McGlone Academy: April 8 - May 6


DPS Program: Advantage Kids

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