Maine Pines is open and it is safe to come in! Here are all the safety precautions we have taken:

*Hand wash station, Please wash your hands! *Chairs social distanced in entry way *Masks MUST be worn in social areas *Plexiglass at desk and mask worn by front desk person *Aerobics room cleaned and spaced at 14ft social distancing (9 only allowed) *Hand sanitizer stations on each court *Masks worn in weight room where social distancing is difficult *Air purification units in all rooms *One person on stairway at a time *Cardio machines distanced at 8ft and not facing each other *Yoga room distanced on floor at 8ft, 5 only allowed, mats and blocks cleaned and disinfected. *Regular cleaning of all areas *Only two shower stalls opened for use, disinfected regularly

View a video tour of the changes we have made for your safety!

Current Hours: Monday – Thursday: 6AM to 8PM, Friday 6AM to 6PM, Saturday 7AM to 5pm & Sunday: 8AM to 5pm

Tennis Staff

JASON TERRY | Director of Racquet Sports

USPTA PRO/PPR Pickleball Coach 
(High Performance, Pro Shop Sales, Racket Technician)

Jason_TerryJason is a USPTA tennis professional who has been teaching tennis for over 30 years and recently received The USPTA Regional Tennis Professional of the year award for 2104. He has a passion for the game and enjoys teaching all ages and abilities. A few of his accomplishments are assisting Bill Beverly on a tennis tip show “Racquet Talk” and playing on a USTA 4.5 team from Portland, ME, that finished 3rd in the Nation. He also served as the co-director for Maine’s Jr Competition Training Center, where elite juniors from around the state were trained and instructed in game strategy with the help of advanced sports science.  Jason’s other interests are spending time with his wife and 6 kids.

Call or E-mail Jason: 207-807-3643, [email protected]

(Ten and Under, Adult Development Programs)

Andrea_GeorgianAndrea, a 5.0 USTA player, learned tennis at the age of 5 and grew up playing USTA tennis in Massachusetts. She was a ranked in the top 20 in New England during high school and played #1 for her high school team. She went on to play number one singles and doubles at Bates College, where she captained the team through a successful season her senior year. She currently is a 5.0 ranked player who is ranked #3 doubles in the nation and who plays on Women’s and Mixed Doubles USTA teams.

Andrea has coached 6 years of high school girls tennis along with teaching high school English. She owned and ran the Bridgewater Tennis Academy for two summers. As well, she taught at the Damariscotta YMCA and at Maine Pines summer tennis camps. After taking some time off to raise her 4 kids, she earned her USPTA and USPTR Certifications.

Andrea currently teaches the Ten & Under program (including Preschool and the Schools Program), the Junior Development Program, the 123 Adult Tennis Program, High Performance Ladies, Homeschool Tennis, coaches women’s tennis teams, teaches Private Lessons, and runs Tennis Birthday Parties. As well, she runs a variety of Tennis Clinics such as Cardio, Adult Camp, Triples, and Skills & Drills, and she administers the Tennis Ladder. In 2014 she was the USPTA Regional Pro of the Year, and has served as Vice President of the USPTA Board.

Andrea is the #1 Women’s Singles Player in Maine, the #1 Women’s Doubles Player in New England, and the #3 Women’s Doubles Player in the nation.

E-mail Andrea: [email protected]


(All ages, Adult Development Programs)

Jeff Barrett

Jeff is a long-time certified USPTR tennis teaching professional with a life passion for the sport of tennis. He began his playing career at St. Francis College in the late 1970’s. Jeff is available for private or group lessons. 

 Some top playing achievements are:

  • 1988-2005-achieved top ten Maine Tennis Association (MTA) rankings in the Men’s Open Division consistently
  • 2004-ranked #1 in MTA Men’s 45 age division
  • 2004-ranked #7 in USTA New England Men’s 45 age division
  • 1993-2003-ranked #1 or #2 in the MTA Men’s 35 age division
  • 1993-2003-achieved top ten USTA New England rankings consistently in Men’s 35 age division
  • 1991-men’s 4.5 USTA team who played in the Nationals in Tucson, AZ

In 1990, he decided to attend a USPTR Tennis Teacher’s training and graduated Certified Professional I by the USPTR. He also gained Certified Professional II through USPTA and Sports Scient Level 1 by USTA that year and began his ongoing tennis teaching career. 

Jeff has been on court teaching as a year-round profession since those certifications.  His knowledge of the game-based on his playing background, knowledge of tennis history and excellent teaching skills have allowed him to develop a teaching style that meets or exceeds the expectations of his students. He enjoys working with students in private, semi-private and group environments.  He has worked with students from ages 7-80 from all walks of life.

Email Jeff: [email protected]