THE BEST JUNIOR TENNIS CAMPS....

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by tenizman444, Apr 5, 2004.

  1. tenizman444

    tenizman444 New User

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    I AM LOOKING FOR THE BEST JUNIOR TOURNAMENT TRAINING FACILITY/CAMP, WITH GOOD PROS, THAT OFFERS THE CAMPER THE OPPORTUNITY TO TRAVEL WITH THE CAMP TO USTA NATIONAL OPENS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY GOOD CAMPS WITH THESE CHARACTERISTICS?

    THANKS
    -MATT
     
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  2. matchpoints

    matchpoints Professional

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    I'm only familiar with http://www.newktennis.com

    You pretty much live on site and goto the local High School. You get out early and train your butt off.

    The whole Academy recently went to the Texas Cup together. Some kids went to Easter Bowl together. In fact, one of the girls, Johansen (if i'm spelling the name correctly), won the Easter Bowl. There are always pros that travel to the tournaments with the kids. The pros take care of the tournament arrangements. Everyone I've known that has trained there and gone to college tennis went on with a scholarship of some sort (full or partial). Some go on the tour.

    Anyhow, If you have any particular questions, ask here or e-mail me: matchpoints@yahoo. I'll answer them as bluntly as I can without any advertising junk :mrgreen:
     
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  3. montanatennisacademy.com

    montanatennisacademy.com New User

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    I am also a Pro Coach down there in Miami, Florida. For over thirty-five years I have been involved in every aspect of tennis - from player to coach to club operator to tennis parent. As a junior I was nationally ranked several years; in college. I was "All S.E.C." while at The University of Florida; as an adult player. I was twice ranked No. 1 in Florida in the men's 25 & over division, and earned high senior national rankings. It is in his teaching accomplishments, though, where most of his recognition resides. I have helped develop three national champions, later tour-professionals, (sons Pablo and Francisco III, and Mary Jo Fernandez), and more than 50 of this area's top ranked juniors. Perhaps it is the intricate combination of this experience - successful player, coach, club operator, tennis parent, that has helped him earn the recognition as one of the nation's most knowledgeable and effective teaching professionals. You are welcome to come down to South Flordia for Tennis Training.. You can also check out our website at http://www.montanatennisacademy.com or http://southfloridatennis.org
     
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