Originally Posted by Pro_Tour_630
here is a poster who went to SC and did a beautiful slide show for us
my only comment is that if you are going to play on the red clay, the training is not only done on red clay it is 50/50 with hard courts.
I asked emilio sanchez this past weekend about this and he said, some Jr's have tournaments on HC and they need training on HC it is not only about red clay.
Anyway, the spanish way is developed by the RPT, you could have gone to the conference this past weekend in FL and learned "the spanish way", You can contact RPT and ask them when is the next conference, they have them throughout the world.
Yes, I wish I was more on the ball about that conference and enjoyed your post. What about the player, do you think that there is advantage to being immersed in it - like basic training - at an academy or that the philosophy and methodology just be worked into the routine?