Full Day & Half Day Camp Option

The University of Denver one of Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camps new camps for 2022. With a rich history of camps in the Rockies, DU will offer 4 weeks of camp this June.  Directed by Head Men’s Tennis Coach Drew Eberly and Head Women’s Coach Paul Wardlaw, the camp offers first rate instruction in a fun and competitive environment.  Each session of camp is held at the Denver Tennis Park. 

Each camper receives personal attention, advanced teaching techniques, intensive drill work, and game/match play, all in a fun and competitive environment. We break the campers into small instructional groups of similar age and ability, so each child is working in a group that is commensurate with their experience level. We tailor each program to the level of the players. Beginners get a heavy dose of swing technique and fundamentals, while more advanced players focus on strategy, point building, percentage tennis, etc.

The Wilson Collegiate Tennis Camps are the premier camps for young players who strive to learn the game, improve their skills and participate in middle school, high school, USTA team tennis, or tournaments.



  • Comprehensive instructional program with daily teaching progressions
  • Small instructional groups to ensure individual attention
  • Safety prioritized on and off court
  • Camp demo program with all the latest Wilson rackets
  • Great Wilson Raffle and prizes for all campers



  • June 6-10, 2022
  • June 13-17, 2022
  • June 20-24, 2022
  • June 27-July 1, 2022


2022 FEES

  • Full Day – $525 per week



  • Full Day: M- TH 9:00am-3:00pm, / Friday 9am- Noon
  • Half Day: 9am – Noon daily




  • Boys and Girls ages 7-18 of all skill levels.
  • Camps are open to any and all



Camp Type: Traditional Tennis Camp

Our traditional tennis camps are designed to focus on the fundamentals and swing techniques of modern tennis strokes. We tailor the instruction to the skill level and experience of each level of player. Some of the areas of focus for each level include:

  • Beginners: The beginning-level player will be introduced to the basics of the game. Emphasis will be placed on stroke production and the technical aspects of the swing to teach these young players sound fundamentals from the ground up.
  • Intermediate: Intermediate-level players will also focus on stroke production (to ensure proper technique) and be introduced to gameplay situations to introduce these players to the competitive side of the game.
  • High School / Tournament:  High school (both varsity and JV) and tournament players will focus on the strategic and competitive aspects of the game. Although swing fundamentals are featured, emphasis will also feature point building, court positioning, patterns of play, and live ball drill work.

Note: A skills evaluation is done on the first day of camp, and we will assign students to small instructional groups with kids of similar age, ability, and experience levels. Players will continue to be evaluated throughout the week, and coaches will move kids into situations to push them and help ensure they are in a comfortable learning environment.


  • Lunch is NOT provided daily for full day campers. Please pack lunch daily

Inclement Weather

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Q: Are there Skill Requirements for this camp?

Per NCAA rules, our sports camps are open to all entrants. Enrollment is limited only by age, grade level, gender, and capacity restrictions specified by each camp.

Q: What type of campers attend this camp?

Our camps are open to all levels of tennis players. We have players from absolute beginner to high school / Tournament level.

We design our camps to teach the technical basics and love of the game to the beginning player, to introduce strategical decision making, and more advanced technique to the intermediate player, while building on their current stroke production, and to put the advanced players into pressured, strategical and competitive situations.

Q. What is the ratio of campers to staff?

Groups are divided into small instructional groups of approximately Five to Six: One (5.5:1) camper to coach. Some camps/sessions offer higher or lower ratios based on the curriculum.

Q. If the camp is full, do you have a waiting list?

We do have a waiting list for our camp weeks that sell out. It is not unusual for us to add campers from the waiting list due to late cancellations. To be added to the waitlist, please email the office.

Q. Should I purchase camp/cancellation insurance?

We recommend all families purchase camp/cancellation insurance if they are concerned about their investment in the camp. Kids do get injured, sick and family plans change prior to the start of camp. Camp insurance allows peace of mind and has many benefits in any of these events. Please review our policies page for more information about camp/cancellation insurance. Click Here

Airport Transportation

Airport transportation is available upon request for those flying into camp. To arrange for a pickup, please email before making flight arrangements.



  • Full & Half Day campers: Check-in is 8:30 am on the first day of camp and 9 am for the remainder of the week.


  • Full Day campers: Check out is daily at 3:30 pm (M-Thursday) / Noon on Friday
  • Half Day campers: Check out is daily at Noon

Camp Forms

All our camp forms, including the required liability form and medical form can be found HERE

Packing List

Day Campers:

  • Tennis Racket
  • Tennis Shoes
  • Sun Screen
  • Hat / Visor
  • Water bottle
  • Snack (if desired)


Camp Director:

Drew Eberly

Head Men’s Tennis Coach

The University of Denver

Former University of Denver men’s tennis associate head coach Drew Eberly has been named the program’s next head coach, Vice Chancellor for Athletics, Recreation and Ritchie Center Operations Karlton Creech announced July 22.

“We’re very much looking forward to Drew rejoining our staff to lead the men’s tennis program,” Creech said. “He enters his new role with a full understanding of the student-athletes, tennis program, athletic department and facilities, and knows what it means to be a representation of the University of Denver Division of Athletics and Recreation. His ability to cultivate relationships has made him successful both on the recruiting trail and with his student-athletes on his roster, and we look forward to seeing how he can lead this already successful program to new heights in the coming years.”

Eberly spent two seasons as the program’s assistant coach in 2015 and 2016 before being promoted to associate head coach, a role he spent four seasons in prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 2016 ITA Mountain Region Coach of the Year helped the Pioneers achieve great things in the classroom as well, with the men’s tennis program earning the top male team GPA in the athletics department in 2018 and 2019. Throughout his initial stint on the Denver men’s tennis staff, the program fundraised approximately $100,000 for various projects. The Pioneers also earned their second APR Public Recognition Award in program history in 2019 for finishing in the top-10% in the country in multi-year APR in their sport.

Eberly is a 2009 graduate of Ohio State University and completed his Masters last December in Real Estate and Construction Management in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver.

Camp Director:

Paul Wardlaw

Head Women’s Tennis Coach

The University of Denver

The University of Denver has named former Iowa and Brown head coach Paul Wardlaw the new head coach of the Pioneers’ women’s tennis program, Vice Chancellor for Athletics, Recreation and Ritchie Center Operations Karlton Creech announced on August 3.

Wardlaw comes to Denver after serving as the athletic director and Director of Tennis for Dublin School, a prep school athletic department in New Hampshire. Prior to that, Wardlaw spent 14 seasons as the head women’s tennis coach at Brown and seven seasons as the head women’s tennis coach at Iowa.

In his most recent Division I college stop at Brown, Wardlaw led the Bears to a 137-106 record in his 14 seasons, finishing nationally ranked in nine of those seasons, including as high as 29th in the country. Wardlaw was named the 2009 ITA East Region Coach of the Year and recruited and coached three Ivy League Rookies of the Year.

At Iowa, Wardlaw took a program that finished 10th in the Big Ten the year before his arrival to the NCAA Tournament four times, including a trip to the NCAA Round of 16 in 1999. In his tenure, the Hawkeyes were nationally ranked all seven years, peaking as high as 25th in the country. In his seven seasons in Iowa City, Wardlaw turned in a 83-78 record.

Prior to Wardlaw’s Division I coaching experience, the College of Wooster graduate (Wooster, Ohio) was the head women’s tennis coach at Kenyon College (NCAA DIII/Gambier, Ohio). His teams dominated DIII women’s tennis, winning three NCAA DIII National Championships (1993, 1995, 1997). While at Kenyon, Wardlaw was the 1993 ITA DIII Women’s National Coach of the Year and the 2000 ITA DIII Women’s Coach of the Decade.


Denver Tennis Park :

The Denver Tennis Park is an independent, 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of youth through the game of tennis. Whether at our state-of-the-art facility or on community courts we are inspired by what tennis can do to build skills and create opportunities for kids in and with diverse communities, backgrounds, and abilities. Formed in 2017, the Denver Tennis Park (DTP) is the result of a public-private partnership between the University of Denver (DU), which contributed directly to the construction of our facility, and Denver Public Schools (DPS), which has allowed us to lease the land our facility is on at virtually no cost, and private philanthropy. As a result, our programming and facility has a deep commitment to supporting and leveraging DU and DPS’s interests in youth development and tennis. The DTP facility is home to the DU men’s and women’s NCAA Division I tennis and is the host to various DPS high school team practices and/or matches.



The following schedules are sample schedules of our camps. These are provided to give a rough idea of how each camp is programmed throughout the day.

9:00 a.m Stretching, Warm-up and Tennis Instruction
10:00 a.m Break
10:15 a.m Tennis Instruction and Drills
11:45 a.m Lunch, Rest, Optional Tennis
1:15 p.m Tennis Program, Match Play
2:00 p.m Tennis Program, Doubles and Drills
3:00 p.m Daily Check-out