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Let's face it. Tennis is not exactly the most inexpensive sport to properly get into. You have to buy a racket, proper shoes, some decent attire, and constantly replenish tennis balls when they get flat. Once in a while you'll break a string, or if you play often, you'll break them once a week. The upkeep on equipment is already pricey...and then there's getting quality training to learn the sport well.
Go to any tennis facility nearby your area and you'll find consistent private lessons to be almost unaffordable for the average person. Group lessons, though they may be a bit cheaper, are sometimes plagued with large student to coach ratios, improper/minimal coaching, untrained coaches, and unstructured classes. This often leaves most students learning little to nothing by the end of the lesson.