bolleteri vs. evert

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by bigmanoncampus, Jun 1, 2005.

  1. bigmanoncampus

    bigmanoncampus Rookie

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    which one is better for a 1-2 week sesion over ths ummer for a junior who is a 4.5 ntrp ut looking ove up fast
     
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  2. 154Ace

    154Ace Rookie

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    I've heard boleterri is more hardcore. Non-stop training.....i've heard Evert is a great academy, but not as die-hard. You'll be satisfied with either one.
     
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  3. evw

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    I agree with that.
     
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  4. bigmanoncampus

    bigmanoncampus Rookie

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    what about for an intermideate to advanced player?
     
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  5. michel loutchaninoff

    michel loutchaninoff New User

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    We sent our teenage daughter to both - much preferred Evert as the groups were smaller - more hands on we thought - Chrisse was there almost every day and would work with the kids a bit (nice touch).

    the area around Evert's was also WAY nicer - the area around bolleteri's is dumpy.

    another option is Saddlebrook (Harry Hopman) just north of Tampa - lots of pros train there - we used to see Sampras alot in the 90's. they have great facilities and instruction - more of a resort as well.
     
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  6. TwistServe

    TwistServe Guest

    Go to spain and train with the spaniards
     
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  7. acedu

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    Both are great. I dormed in at bollitieris while at evert i stayed with my relatives.
     
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  8. artennis

    artennis Guest

    Evert is supreme... If you go to Bolletteri, Say hi to Juan, Juan, and Danny... All Coaches/friends of mine =)
     
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  9. zorg

    zorg Professional

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    Do they accept anyone? How much does it cost? Is there a web site?
     
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  10. Waimea_Boy

    Waimea_Boy Semi-Pro

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    Saddlebrook
     
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  11. keenanj_08

    keenanj_08 New User

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    Evert
    Bollettieri
    The sites will tell you everything you need to know.
     
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  12. arky-tennis

    arky-tennis Semi-Pro

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    Both are about 1100 bucks... I have been to Evert but prefer Newcombe.
     
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