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Old 06-15-2005, 08:36 AM   #5
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I've been to the Nike tennis camp in Amherst twice (once during an "Advanced" session, and once during a "Singles" session). My advice would be to set your expectations appropriately if you are a good player. The camp is extremely well run, and the instructors are helpful and enthusiastic. However, as a rated 4.5 player out of Atlanta I found that I was clearly the best player in camp. That's not the position you want to be in. I was not getting challenged by the other players in the foursomes into which we were always grouped. Reiny does a great job of sorting the players he has, but if there's no one of your ability, you get what you get. The instructors are fun to hit with, but some were not better as players than I was. I think it's a great camp if you're a true 4.0 or below. If higher, I think it's going to be hit or miss whether there's someone of your ability there.
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