Prepare for the Pinnacle of Elite Tennis

CHHRC’s High Intensity Training Tennis Program includes two specific programs: Championship Level and Elite Level. Your athlete can qualify for entry into the program at either level based on the director's discretion. This is a top level training program for players that are looking to reach top 150 or higher, national ranking as well as Division 1 play. Emphasis is on the four developmental pillars that create a player of this caliber: Technique, Tactics, Mental and Physical. Each of these are incorporated into our clinics. Every athlete will be required to keep a daily journal and there will be a heavy emphasis on off-court training. Individual Development Plans will also be created for each athlete.

If you have any questions regarding the High Intensity Tennis Training Program, please contact Christian Hill via phone 856-429-1388, or via email.

Christian Hill - High Intensity Tennis Program Director

Christian is our Director of Player Development and a High Performance Coach at CHHRC. He played 4 years at Pepperdine University where he reached an all time high of #9 in the country in singles and #4 in doubles. His team reached a high of #3 in the country in the NCAA rankings. Christian has coached three women who have reached the top 100 on the WTA Tour. Christian has coached players to over 25 National Championships, including the winner of the prestigious Orange Bowl as well as the International Grass Court Championships in Philadelphia.

2016 Outstanding Facility!

This national award recognizes excellence in construction and/or renovation of tennis facilities throughout the country. Cherry Hill Health and Racquet Club (CHHRC) is the only facility among the winners that includes a full health club.

“We are honored to be recognized for such a prestigious national award,” Todd Doran, tennis director, CHHRC, told Club Industry.

“But it’s well deserved from our owner to maintenance. Everyone puts in so much time and effort to keep up a high standard and the members happy. Everyone is doing the little things, and overall it adds up and makes us an outstanding facility.”