Best Camps

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by sjay, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. sjay

    sjay Guest

    what places have the best summer tennis camps, especially for high school players? i wanna go to one this summer, but so far the only one i have really heard of is Saddlebrook.
     
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  2. Louise_a

    Louise_a New User

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    Some others:
    Newks,
    Chris Evert Academy,
    Bolleittieri,
    Sachez-Casal (madrid)

    Not been to any but going to Evert soon! :yay:
     
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  3. Dan007

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    Bolleittieri Camp
     
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  4. Matthew

    Matthew Professional

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    There are Nike camps all around the country, and they are much more affordable than some of the other camps. If you are a high school player you will probably find a lot of players your age and in the same skill level as you.
     
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    Newk's ROCKS and Evert is okay
     
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    Depends the level and intensity of player you are. Are you playing tourneys in high school? If you’re looking for college tennis on any level you want competition involved in your summer camp not just on court instruction. Great summer competition camp for competitive players every Summer in July at Costa del tennis. Decent price, lots of accommodations but most importantly weekly tournaments within the Barcelona junior circuit. Smart deal. I went there myself and loved it. I was thinking about sending my kid, but not this year. I’m researching some academies in Valencia, Alicante, etc. Not Sanchez Casal for serious players and they are in Barcelona and Naples not Madrid. Also in Germany there’s Shuttler Waske producing good players professionally.
     
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