Infinite Future Tennis

Tatsumi has been teaching tennis for more than 35 years and has established a name for himself in Bergen County and the larger New Jersey/New York area. He received the George Seewagen Award in 2009 for being the Eastern Section’s Coach of the Year. He has trained notable athletes, including Kristie Ahn (WTA best ranking #87) and Christina McHale (WTA highest ranking #24). Numerous more players have competed at the college level and excelled at regional and national levels. He is renowned for instilling in children a love of the game and a strong work ethic, and he feels that growth comes from regular, persistent effort.

Tatsumi was raised in Osaka, Japan, and graduated from Doshisha University with a BA in Business. Browse.

The Infinite Future Tennis team has created a training method that will transform players of all skill levels into real high-performance stars, step by step, drawing on Tatsumi’s 35+ years of coaching. They think that high-performance is about pushing players beyond what they perceive to be their physical and mental limitations, concentrating on technical minutiae, and continuing to build fundamentals at every step. Their coaches recognize and appreciate each player’s development of their unique skills, technical requirements, distinctive personality, and confidence.

Edgewater Tennis Center

There are nine indoor hardcourts with views of the Hudson River at the old Binghamton Racquet Club, a contemporary facility. All year long, there are junior tennis programs, adult tennis instruction, season courts, and open time.


  • It is situated near the stores of the Edgewater Marketplace on River Road in Edgewater, New Jersey.
  • Hudson River proximity with stunning, unrestricted views of the NYC skyline
  • Only a short distance from the Weehawken and Edgewater New York Waterway Ferry ports, the Lincoln Tunnel, and the George Washington Bridge
  • Additionally, NJ Transit offers free, convenient local bus transportation close to our campus.


  • The nine indoor courts feature enough space behind the baseline and between courts for doubles and pickleball.
  • High ceilings with indirect illumination allow you to focus on the task.
  • newly remodeled shower and changing rooms
  • You may watch all the tennis action or take in the Hudson vista from the second-story, all-glass lobby.
  • A spacious lounge is ideal for organizing parties.

Summer Camp

For more than 30 years, the Bergen County region has benefited from the summer program offered by Infinite Future Tennis Academy.

Junior athletes with high rankings domestically and abroad and touring professionals are camp alums.


Any player above the age of eight and experienced players six years and older will need an examination to determine the best match; please schedule an evaluation here.

Beginners aged 4-6 playing on small nets at a mini-camp

Future Stars: novices and experienced novices competing on full-size courts;

Older Future Stars (12+) are advised to attend afternoon classes from 4-6 PM.

Players that are advanced to intermediate in skill may participate in the pre-tournament and tournament (consistent rally and serves)

Players with a UTR of at least 4+ (UTR 7+ for Infinite) or Young Elite players (under 12 with a UTR of 3+) compete in tournaments.


Junior programs

In their opinion, all athletes can continually improve with the correct training and commitment.

From new novices to high-performance contenders at the national and international levels, players of all skill levels have trained with us.

Please participate in their enjoyable dynamic stretching program, exercise, drills, and point play.


Ball in red and orange

young beginners that need mini-nets are between 4 and 6 years old.

Potential Future Stars

from the beginning through advanced beginner levels for children aged six and older, using orange, green, or yellow balls on full-sized courts.

Tournament and Pre-Tournament

Complete sets and matches may be played starting at age eight or older.

Exceptional/Unlimited Performance

The top section, national and worldwide competitors over the age of 12 and Young Elite athletes under the age of 12 with a UTR of three or higher

Adult programs

Come to their group classes at any time. Dynamic stretching, fitness, exercises, and point play are all included in the curriculum. Welcome to all levels.

Types of lessons Group

They also accept midterm signups and provide drop-ins via their online booking platform.

Personal Group

Create a private group class with your friends that are only offered for the duration of the whole session (no drop-ins)


Which COVID safety regulations are in place?

On the court, masks are not compulsory, but they urge them everywhere else—in the lounge and locker rooms. Please wash your hands right after playing, sterilize them, and steer clear of high-contact areas. Staff members must adhere to the instructions above.

What is your refund and cancellation policy?

Full-session or summer camp lesson signups are non-refundable. However, missed lessons may be made up with at least 24 hours’ notice.

There is a 24-hour cancellation window for court appointments. A “cancellation penalty” will be assessed for cancellations made within 24 hours of the court date. If you incur too many cancellation fees, online reservations will be unavailable to you. Failure to cancel or show up within 12 hours will result in payment of the entire court fee.

Mini Camp

Age range: 4-6 years, “Red ball on mini-net”

Future Stars

Beginners and advanced beginners on full-court Orange, Green, and Yellow Ball

Pre-Tournament & Tournament

Level: Intermediate players 8+ years old who can practice match play

High Performance & Infinite Performance

Level: Young Elite players (under 12, UTR 3+), or players with at least UTR 4+ match experience.

Do I need to evaluate my child?

• young children (6 to 8 years old) who are not beginners and all players above the age of 8 who are new to Infinite Future Tennis will need an assessment.

• Due to their inexperience with Infinite Future Tennis, former Binghamton Racquet Club students will need review.

What should I bring?

For the assessment, please bring your tennis racket. Water is also advised. However, the examination only lasts for 15 minutes.

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