What do pros Sloane Stephens, Victoria Duval and Sachia Vickery have in common? They are all past participants of the USTA Florida Development Camps for Diverse Backgrounds.
The one-day camps provide a one-of-a-kind experience for junior competitive players ages 12-18 who want to improve as tennis players while also learning about college scholarship opportunities, tournament and additional support opportunities, and the latest physical training techniques. USTA Florida Development Camps are a special opportunity to train hard, have fun, and form lasting friendships.
The next USTA Florida Development Camp for Diverse Backgrounds will be held on Sept. 23, 2017 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando.
Development Camps For Diverse Backgrounds have started for 2016! These camps provide a one-of-a-kind experience for junior competitive players ages 13 through 18 ranked in the top 450, who want to improve as tennis players and learn about college scholarships, tournaments, and physical training. It’s a special opportunity to train hard, have fun, and form lasting friendships.Find upcoming dates and registration information at www.USTAFlorida.com/DevelopmentCamps
Posted by USTA Florida on sábado, 25 de junio de 2016
“Scott Williams is a rock-star coach and will be directing the day,” says USTA Florida Player Development Coordinator Andy Gladstone. “He is a former USTA Florida Coach of the Year. Local Lake Nona pros Kelvin Rivera and Pedro Estrada will be working the camp as well.”
The day includes lunch, a t-shirt, game-based drills, match play, a discussion on college tennis opportunities and more. Cost for the one-day camps is $54.25, and financial assistance is available.
Participants should have USTA tournament experience, and high school and middle school players are encouraged to attend. Players must be a minimum 12 years of age. The registration deadline is Sept. 21.
For questions contact Andy Gladstone at firstname.lastname@example.org or to register click the button below.Register Today