Physical training

Physical training for tennis aims to achieve a perfect balance between aerobic and anaerobic endurance, explosive power, strength and flexibility. Tennis is a sport that requires very specific fitness. We train you to be a fit tennis player, not just a fit athlete.

ENDURANCE & RESISTANCE TRAINING

endurance or aerobic training promotes the circulation of oxygen through the blood and allows players to last longer on-court and be at their best at the end of a long match, while resistance or anaerobic training involves short duration effort (less than 2 minutes), in which oxygen is not a limiting factor in performance.

SPEED & EXPLOSIVE POWER

our training involves lots of on-court fitness where we focus on movements specific to tennis, emphasizing quick feet, sprinting, jumping, lunging and more. This training improves the player’s speed and exclusivity, allowing him/her to get to the ball faster and hit with more power.

BALANCE & FLEXIBILITY

These two aspects of training are often neglected but are crucial to a player’s development. Good balance in tennis is key to a compact, controlled and powerful swing. In addition, we will reinforce the importance of stretching every day for muscle flexibility, recovery and avoiding injuries.

STRENGTH AND MOBILITY

In addition to being a key factor in a player’s on-court success and longevity, physical training also prevents injuries, through strengthening and stretching. Players who hit hundreds of balls every day need to strengthen and stretch the key muscles to cope with the demands of the sport.

DEVELOPMENT OF MENTAL TOUGHNESS

Just as we can get stronger physically by going to the gym and lifting weights, we can also get tougher mentally by developing mental muscles such as self-confidence, patience or concentration. Our team has a sound background in sports psychology and will help you develop a stronger mind.

MATCH PLAY

There is no greater tool for improving mental strength than experiencing tough wins and tough losses. Our program includes lots of match play to put players in a competitive situation.

TACTICAL UNDERSTANDING

AWARENESS OF OWN GAME STYLE

Before developing tactical awareness, it is important that a player knows what kind of a tennis player he she is. There are four main game styles: aggressive baseliner, counter-puncher, serve-volleyed and all-around player. Players who are aware of their game style are more efficient in developing their strengths.

USE OF STRENGTHS VS OPPONENT’S WEAKNESSES

We believe that players need to spend more time developing their strengths to turn them over into a big weapon. The next important step after developing strengths is to know how to use them efficiently. We teach our players how to use their strengths against their opponent’s weaknesses.

ADAPTING TO PLAYING CONDITIONS

Another important aspect of tactical understanding is the ability to adapt to outside factors that are not under the player’s control: factors such as wind, sun, heat, noise and more… learning to cope with such situations can make the difference in close matches.

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