Tailored programs to best suit our students needs.

Steve Sapolsky has been involved in the Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts tennis community for over thirty years. As an accomplished junior New England tournament player and top ranked Rhode Islander, Steve won the Coaches Award for Exemplary Sportsmanship Scholarship and Ability in 1985 as a senior at Barrington High School. A two-time MVP of the men's tennis team at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, Steve later received a Master's in Education from Rhode Island College in 1992. Since becoming a full-time instructor in 1993, Steve has worked individually and in group settings with adults and children (including a number of all-staters) at such venues as Centre Court Tennis Club, Sakonnet Golf Club and a variety of summer camps in the RI area. A level 1 USPTA certified instructor, Steve has been the head professional at Tennis Rhode Island in East Providence since 2000.

Operating out of Tennis Rhode Island in East Providence, SapolskyTennis provides each and every student with the best possible learning environment in which to excel. And we accomplish this by being flexible in how we tailor our programs to best suit our students needs. We're flexible in understanding that not every student learns in the same way. We're flexible in providing a multitude of choices everyday of the week for our instructional and match play programs. So try us today and see if you or someone you know can realize your maximum potential with SapolskyTennis

 
 

Juniors

Operating out of Tennis Rhode Island in East Providence, SapolskyTennis provides each and every student with the best possible learning environment in which to excel.

Adults

A multitude of programs are offered throughout the week for men and women looking to improve their games. For more information, please contact Steve or Tennis Rhode Island's manager, Paul Staiti, at 401-434-5550 or visit tennisrhodeisland.com.

Contact

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