2017 Camp Dates
2017 School Holidays
Winter : from Feb 6th to March 4th
Spring : from March 27th to May 7th
Summer : from July 3rd to August 27th
Fall: from October 16th to October 30th
+33 (0) 483 881 438
a unique experience
Ten years of experience and over 2500 campers in 2016 make our tennis camps a “must” experience. We offer 20 to 40 hours of training per week and a variety of options : half day or full day tennis camp, tennis camp with tournament, tennis camp with french option ... This broad tennis offering allows our tennis campers to find the program that best suits them. Under our tennis and fitness coaches’ supervision, some of them being former professional players or American universities alumnis, our campers will learn the latest tennis techniques from the best. The atmosphere at our tennis camps is incredibly warm and friendly, with children aged from 6 to 18 years old and more than 35 different nationalities mixing together every week.
Whether you are a die-hard tennis enthusiast, a beginner, a true competitor, regardless of your age, you will leave the Academy with long lasting memories.
TRAINING CONTENT & TEACHING EQUIPMENT
In the morning, training is based on repetitions, technical improvement, and match-play situations, while the afternoon is geared toward the tactical and mental approach. The fitness work-outs are intensive, focusing on endurance, speed, co-ordination and flexibility to complement the tennis training.
Other options, such as English classes and tournaments may be added to the regular program.
The equipment and facilities used are scalable and tailored to the player’s age and tennis level (court size, net height, soft and regular tennis balls)
The academy offers several off-court activities in the evenings and weekends (beach and lake outings, entertainment, parties in the evening) that allow campers to enjoy a unique experience amongst players from all over the world.
(AT END OF THE CAMP)
• Individual training report (technical & tactical)
• Certificate of completion
• Goody bag