Tennis (boot) camps in Southern California - advise please

Discussion in 'Tennis Travel' started by ttchao, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. ttchao

    ttchao New User

    Jan 14, 2009
    Can someone please recommend a hard core tennis camp in Southern California. My experience with a couple of camps I went to was not quite I expected - their typical day was like this: They just feed you the balls and holler "good job" for a couple of hours then set up double matches for everyone to play. It's good to meet people and socialize, but it doesn't really help improve your games.

    What I'm looking for is a camp that concentrate improving the techniques and correcting the mistakes, it will be drills, drills and more drills. Doing 3 hours plain ball feeding in the morning then play doubles the rest of the day is a waste of money and time.

    Thanks in advance.
  2. GMay

    GMay New User

    Jan 3, 2009
    I cannot recommend a camp but I can tell you one to avoid --- Brady Tennis Camps. My husband and I went to the camp in Santa Barbara in June and it was the worst camp I have ever been to. Hopefully my bad review is still up on

    I have been to tennis camps at Northstar (Lake Tahoe), Reed Anderson (Palm Springs), John Newcombe (Texas) and also regularly do private lessons at home. The Brady's were the worst, worst, worst ever.

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