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yoh4u
06-01-2009, 07:51 PM
I'm thinking about going to "ATA" for 4 weeks in july and I was just wondering if there are better camps out there for the same price range or a review on this place? Thanks in advance.:)

baseline08thrasher
06-02-2009, 01:26 PM
If you are looking to spend that kind of money I would suggest going out of this country.

I'm going to Spain for two weeks in July, and I've experienced tennis academies in Los Angeles and Southern California and they are good for hitting a lot of balls but the kids aren't motivated, and the competition isn't up to par for top knotch players looking to get the most out of their money.

That's why I'm taking my game to the real clay.


Just some words of wisdom.

ODYSSEY Mk.4
06-02-2009, 01:55 PM
If you are looking to spend that kind of money I would suggest going out of this country.

I'm going to Spain for two weeks in July, and I've experienced tennis academies in Los Angeles and Southern California and they are good for hitting a lot of balls but the kids aren't motivated, and the competition isn't up to par for top knotch players looking to get the most out of their money.

That's why I'm taking my game to the real clay.


Just some words of wisdom.

very interesting post i was thinking about the same since i got some family out in Spain think you could email me some recommendations?

yoh4u
06-02-2009, 07:43 PM
very interesting post i was thinking about the same since i got some family out in Spain think you could email me some recommendations?

Yeah same here, I would take any info on camps or recommendations.

baseline08thrasher
06-02-2009, 10:22 PM
Sanchez-casal in europe.


That is a hot spot for talented juniors looking to be at their best level.

The atmosphere is so much different, the kids have so much more drive.

I've also heard that Germany has many of the top kids as of right now, and their tennis is booming in some locations.


I would also reccomend Paris.


Again these are top knotch, it doesn't get any better than this.


And once you go there you will have kids that are so good, and you know what to compare your game to, instead of getting a false idea of comparing your game to juniors who are not very good. Thus, making you feel like you are a superior player and your really not.

Just a thought.

baseline08thrasher
06-02-2009, 10:25 PM
One more thing is that I am visiting the sanchez-casal spain academy this summer.

ALL OF THIS INFORMATION IS FROM REVIEWS I HAVE HEARD. ^^^^

My coach has given me details and it sounds very accurate, and of course it is obvious since they are producing the world's best tennis players: Europe.

TTArgentina
06-12-2009, 07:28 PM
I also suggest going to Argentina. Tennis training in Argentina (http://www.ttargentina.com/nota_detalle.asp?grupo=4&nota=60) is excellent. The system and the coaches/trainers are great too.

You will be positively surprise about the level of the trainning that you can obtain for much more less than other similar programs in the USA or Europe.

http://www.ttargentina.com/nota_detalle.asp?grupo=4&nota=60