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Hrandyrko
06-21-2009, 03:34 PM
:)Howdy yall, I'm thinking about maybe next summer, or during my winter break, going to Spain to train at an academy there, either with a private coach or in a small group. Do any of you know how much this would cost per hour? Or how much a package will be? Thanks! :shock::):twisted:

Claudius
06-21-2009, 04:01 PM
Is your goal to become pro?

Hrandyrko
06-21-2009, 05:04 PM
Is your goal to become pro?

Yes. However, if you're going to base your answer on this question, please give me information about academies for those who do not wish to become pro. Thanks bro. :)

dincuss
06-22-2009, 11:34 AM
Not to be rude/offensive,
But just because some pros moved to Spain and became pros, doesnt mean it will happen to you. Those players literally moved to Spain and lived there. Not just participated in a summer camp.

Anyways it will cost a lot and youll have to pay for food, water, housing etc.

Hrandyrko
06-22-2009, 04:37 PM
Not to be rude/offensive,
But just because some pros moved to Spain and became pros, doesnt mean it will happen to you. Those players literally moved to Spain and lived there. Not just participated in a summer camp.

Anyways it will cost a lot and youll have to pay for food, water, housing etc.

Okay, thank you.

Bagumbawalla
06-22-2009, 06:41 PM
This is one of the few resorts that listed some prices.

http://www.tennisholiday.co.uk/la-manga-tennis-fees.html

It will give you an idea.

Bab01At
07-07-2009, 11:49 AM
You don't want to go to a big comercial academy like Sanchez Casal or Bruguera...
There's a real nice small academy in Mallorca (Nadal's...all original coaches and fitness trainers still there!) It's in a rural area not too far from the Palma airport.
Prices (all in) are around 800 euros a month, so it's really cheap, but the training is really personal with a relaxed feeling.
The accomodation is pretty cool, 2-3 boys in a room sharing a bathroom, food is in their restaurant and the place has internet! (Rare in mallorca!)
It's called global tennis team. The website is mostly in Spanish, but if you drop them an email, they'll give you all the info you need.

Babs.

ericsson
07-07-2009, 12:50 PM
Contact Barca_tennis, he's the man you need! Great guy.

Costagirl
03-30-2013, 11:53 AM
:)Howdy yall, I'm thinking about maybe next summer, or during my winter break, going to Spain to train at an academy there, either with a private coach or in a small group. Do any of you know how much this would cost per hour? Or how much a package will be? Thanks! :shock::):twisted:

Howdy! What level are you? How intense do you want it to be? Are you looking to compete along with your training? And do you want to board at an academy or simply stay close by?

It's the best idea since slice bread. And well worth it but like anything else...do your homework. Right now Barcelona, Mallorca and Valencia are high on Spain's training academies.

Costagirl
03-30-2013, 11:56 AM
You don't want to go to a big comercial academy like Sanchez Casal or Bruguera...
There's a real nice small academy in Mallorca (Nadal's...all original coaches and fitness trainers still there!) It's in a rural area not too far from the Palma airport.
Prices (all in) are around 800 euros a month, so it's really cheap, but the training is really personal with a relaxed feeling.
The accomodation is pretty cool, 2-3 boys in a room sharing a bathroom, food is in their restaurant and the place has internet! (Rare in mallorca!)
It's called global tennis team. The website is mostly in Spanish, but if you drop them an email, they'll give you all the info you need.

Babs.

Babs....it appears you & I have a lot in common! Excellent choice and maybe one of the the very BEST in Spain. In my humble opinion of course:oops:

pstar
04-03-2013, 01:21 PM
Do any of you know of a tennis-academy in the alicante-area that offers tennis lessons for adults? I'm interested in 2-3 hours training with a coach daily, staying for 3-4 days last week of april.

Costagirl
04-27-2013, 05:58 PM
Do any of you know of a tennis-academy in the alicante-area that offers tennis lessons for adults? I'm interested in 2-3 hours training with a coach daily, staying for 3-4 days last week of april.



Yep...Ferrero's place is good and not far from Alicante!

Tennisclint
05-01-2013, 01:04 PM
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SportCampTravel
06-05-2013, 09:33 PM
Hi Pstar!
I know of some great places in the Alicante area that you can train. If you're still interested, shoot me an email at usacampagent@gmail.com

the cat petter
06-06-2013, 03:18 PM
I think Galo Blanco is available...

vvkid
06-19-2013, 08:24 AM
anybody went to Elitennis in Gimeno? im planning to bring my 9yr old kid there. how much would it cost me for 8 weeks (intense?) training?

SportCampTravel
06-19-2013, 08:34 AM
Hi vvkid!

My fiancÚ used to train there for 2-3 months professionally. You can
Shoot him an email at usacampagent@gmail.com and he can answer all of your questions!

vvkid
06-19-2013, 07:07 PM
nice i'll hit em up later. thanks!

GRANITECHIEF
06-20-2013, 09:05 AM
Anything up in the Basque Region, Bilbao, Bakio, etc?

atatu
06-20-2013, 01:51 PM
I think Galo Blanco is available...

A blast from the past ! He used to complain so much, they called him "white whine" well, not really I just always liked that joke.

gavna
06-20-2013, 04:13 PM
Anything up in the Basque Region, Bilbao, Bakio, etc?

The only one in Bilbao we ever came across was RS Tennis Academy.....

www.rstenisacademy.com

vvkid
06-24-2013, 04:57 PM
Hi vvkid!

My fiancÚ used to train there for 2-3 months professionally. You can
Shoot him an email at usacampagent@gmail.com and he can answer all of your questions!

hi,

i send an email about last week and i havent got any feedback yet.

Topspinner271
06-25-2013, 12:09 PM
You don't want to go to a big comercial academy like Sanchez Casal or Bruguera...
There's a real nice small academy in Mallorca (Nadal's...all original coaches and fitness trainers still there!) It's in a rural area not too far from the Palma airport.
Prices (all in) are around 800 euros a month, so it's really cheap, but the training is really personal with a relaxed feeling.
The accomodation is pretty cool, 2-3 boys in a room sharing a bathroom, food is in their restaurant and the place has internet! (Rare in mallorca!)
It's called global tennis team. The website is mostly in Spanish, but if you drop them an email, they'll give you all the info you need.

Babs.

What is it called?

tabs
07-09-2013, 05:32 AM
You don't want to go to a big comercial academy like Sanchez Casal or Bruguera...
There's a real nice small academy in Mallorca (Nadal's...all original coaches and fitness trainers still there!) It's in a rural area not too far from the Palma airport.
Prices (all in) are around 800 euros a month, so it's really cheap, but the training is really personal with a relaxed feeling.
The accomodation is pretty cool, 2-3 boys in a room sharing a bathroom, food is in their restaurant and the place has internet! (Rare in mallorca!)
It's called global tennis team. The website is mostly in Spanish, but if you drop them an email, they'll give you all the info you need.

Babs.

This is now more like 800 euros a month if its Global Tennis

SportCampTravel
07-09-2013, 06:19 AM
Hi! Check your email, I replied and followed up!

tabs
07-15-2013, 04:45 AM
Sorry meant more like 800 euros a week now

worldtennis
12-19-2013, 08:44 AM
:)Howdy yall, I'm thinking about maybe next summer, or during my winter break, going to Spain to train at an academy there, either with a private coach or in a small group. Do any of you know how much this would cost per hour? Or how much a package will be? Thanks! :shock::):twisted:


I recognize this is an old post. But the academy in Mallorca with Global team is an excellent choice. It's a quiet place - rural as someone mentioned. But how old are you? The players there are typically btwn 10 - 14 and hard core. You won't sit down in a practice - ever. It may be less expensive in comparison for sure than Sanchez Casal or a Brugera - Elite type thing (although Elite in BCN is not boarding). The academy recently did away with video analysis done with Porta himself. Apparently only Costa del tennis offers this service now for free. you want that experience to be on court with him personally. They also work with placing kids for Global (not able to go pro) in college scholarships in the states. People who go here have intentions to go pro. So scholarships are a plan B so to speak. Very few american players so you will have your choice of international juniors. But the place is quiet, clean, young, and advanced. So hopefully you have done due diligence and chosen wisely for your life in the tennis. It's a serious and tough one.

Elite Tennis Barcelona
01-18-2014, 12:01 PM
I suggest you to consider my academy in Barcelona, elite tenis academy.

Roberto_spin
02-22-2014, 12:27 AM
It's difficult with all old posts to get an idea what a week for an adult, 3.5 will cost roughly..

Anyone:
What will a week tennisprogram with 3hrs intensive training (15hrs in total) roughly cost?

markiev37
02-22-2014, 04:04 AM
about 800 euros

Roberto_spin
02-22-2014, 04:54 AM
about 800 euros

Thnx, that is including stay at a resort? And with food/drinks?