Universal Tennis Paid Hits

Improve your game by hitting with the top players. Universal Tennis is now providing the marketplace for you to find, hit with, and pay elite players.

 How to find hits in your area?

Step 1: From our Search Bar at the top of app.universaltennis.com, use the Paid Hits filters to find sessions near you. Click the search bar and select Paid Hits
Find the right session by entering your location and selecting the maximum distance you’d like to travel to play. 

Step 2: Register for the hit and click on the session you’d like to register for.

On the session’s event page, you’ll see details from the Paid Hitter and complete registration.

Pro tip: Use Messages to communicate with your Paid Hitter and check in with one another before you play. You can click the Message icon to send them a note directly. 

 Congrats! You’ve registered for a Paid Hit session. 

 Not finding who you'd like to play? Request a hit from your favorite players.

Visit their profile and click the Request Paid Hit button. They will be notified that you’re interested in a Paid Hit with them. 

Now that you are registered, here's what you can expect from your hit: 

  • All Paid Hitters will have passed a background check before being given permission to offer Paid Hit. 
  • Paid Hitter will book a court, bring balls, be on time and complete the full amount of time purchased.    

Note: Paid Hitter will clarify the venue to be a “Public Court” on the event page. Public courts may require wait times. 

  • Hitters offering a hit at a venue “TBD- I’ll come to you!” requires responses and coordination after booking the hit. Use Messages to connect and iron out the details. 

We recommend communicating with your Paid Hitter on your tennis background, your goals/objectives for the hit, shots, or drills you would like to work on, and other tennis-related questions that you may have.

Once your hit is complete, let us know how it went and your hitting partner will do the same! All customers will receive feedback from hitters.

 Related article: Paid Hits FAQ

Need help? send us a note!

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