Morristown, NJ

Community Program

The Delbarton School Tennis Courts

230 Mendham Road

Morristown, New Jersey 07960

Program Dates

Fall 2023

Saturdays

September 9, 16, 23, 30

October 7, 14

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. (ages 5-18)

Financial Info

$30

Deadline

The deadline to register is September 2.

Scholarships
ACEing Autism strives to keep costs affordable for families and can provide an ACEing Autism scholarship to families in financial need. We also offer information on the Dick’s Sporting Goods Grant for those that qualify.

Program Directors

Kirstyn Bonetti

Kirstyn is a stay-at-home mom of two teenage boys who attend Delbarton. She grew up playing tennis and was first singles on her high school team. After attending Georgetown University and also receiving her MBA from NYU, Kirstyn worked at Goldman Sachs for 7 years in the Investment Management Division before leaving to raise her two boys. She is a member of the Board at Mount Sinai’s Institute for Exposomic Research and is the advisor for the USTA Eastern New Jersey Region Junior Council.

Hudson Bonetti

After volunteering at the ACEing Autism program in West Orange, Hudson decided to start a program at the Delbarton School in Morristown. Hudson is a sophomore at Delbarton where he has played varsity tennis for the past two years. He also plays competitively in a high-performance tennis program throughout the year and is a member of the USTA Eastern New Jersey Region Junior Council where he helps spread the love of tennis by running different events.

Robert Perkins

Bob Perkins has taught tennis to kids of all ages and levels, even some world ranked players! He was the past President of the United States Professional Tennis Association, Eastern Division, and was in charge of traveling around the country to train students who wanted to become tennis teaching professionals. He is also the former Head Tennis Coach at Fairleigh Dickinson University, former Head Pro at Orange Lawn Tennis Club and an All-American Tennis player. He is now retired and in his free time he coaches his two grandkids, Hudson and Brayden.