Talking about the training of young tennis players it implies considering physical and sporting aspects of the player, but it also implies addressing integral aspects of his development as a person. At the Academy we understand that the training of a good tennis player goes linked to the formation of a good person, with a culture based on the simple values of always like respect, humility, fellowship, and sacrifice.
We live in the digital age, a time of immediacy, where the need to obtain quick and easy answers and all this inevitably impacts the patience and performance of our youth. However, the practice of a sport such as tennis and their training as young tennis players allows them to build their inner strength through great teachings that they find in each training session or in each competition: sad days, days of satisfaction and pride and also days of anger or frustration when things don't go their way.
But they learn to try again.They learn to keep fighting and to know that the important thing is not to fall, but to get up again and again to win a game, get the grade they want in an exam or to get the job they are passionate about. They learn for life.