ADULT TENNIS CAMPS

The adult camps are designed to help players excel in their game and in their league, tournaments, as well as in club competitions.

During the camp, players will train 2 hours per day from Monday through Thursday for a total of 8 hours of intense and fun training, with a focus on technique, tactics, mindset, and performance. The training will cover a wide range of technical and tactical areas, from improving minor aspects of play to focusing on strategic play and competing at a tournament level. Our camps are open, but please specify your level of play in our registration form so that the organization can group players accordingly. Please note that during the first training session players may be moved around by the Rafa Nadal Academy Head Coach based on their real level and/or the group distribution requirements.

TOTAL TENNIS

Doubles

The Total Tennis Doubles camp is designed for doubles players who want to improve overall performance, placing special importance on essential aspects of the game like covering the net, attacking the net and smart shot choice, all crucial abilities to excel in league, tournament, and club competitions. The main contents that the camp covers are the following:

  1. Avoiding the net player.
  2. Improving the net game.
  3. Positioning.
  4. Poaching.
  5. Serve and return strategy.

This training will give you and your partner the development and competitive edge you need to play the game using real competition situations – the Rafa way!

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TOTAL TENNIS

Singles

Sessions are designed for the individual player who wants to improve overall tennis performance. The staff makes an initial assessment of the level of play to then tailor the training based on the Rafa Nadal Methodology. The main focus will be on technique and tactics while also placing importance on tennis-specific conditioning.

The main contents that the camp focuses on are the following:

  1. Groundstrokes
  2. Defensive shots
  3. Offensive shots
  4. Net game

All these contents are worked upon a progressive model that relies on the following structure:

  1. Warm-up (without the racquet).
  2. Warm up (with the racquet).
  3. Technical/tactical drills (hand feeding, racquet feeding, coach-volley).
  4. “Live ball” drills (real game situations).
REGISTER

TOTAL TENNIS

Singles

Sessions are designed for the individual player who wants to improve overall tennis performance. The staff makes an initial assessment of the level of play to then tailor the training based on the Rafa Nadal Methodology. The main focus will be on technique and tactics while also placing importance on tennis-specific conditioning.

The main contents that the camp focuses on are the following:

  1. Groundstrokes
  2. Defensive shots
  3. Offensive shots
  4. Net game

All these contents are worked upon a progressive model that relies on the following structure:

  1. Warm-up (without the racquet).
  2. Warm up (with the racquet).
  3. Technical/tactical drills (hand feeding, racquet feeding, coach-volley).
  4. “Live ball” drills (real game situations).
REGISTER

UPCOMING CAMPS

MIAMI

Frank Veltri Tennis Center
9101 NW 2nd St, Plantation, FL 33324

March 21st – March 26th

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HOUSTON

The Woodlands Country Club, Tennis Center
2301 North Millbend , The Woodlands , TX 77380

June 6th – June 10th

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ATLANTA

GGC Tennis Facility
100 Countryside Pl, Lawrenceville, GA 30043

June 13th – June 17th

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SAN DIEGO

Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa,

5921 Valencia Cir, Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067

June 20th – June 24th

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PHILADELPHIA

Swarthmore College
1 Crum Ledge Ln, Swarthmore, PA 19081

June 27th – July 1st

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CHICAGO

Oak Brook Tennis Center
1300 Forest Gate Rd, Oak Brook, IL 60523

July 5th – July 9th

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BALTIMORE

Goucher College
1021 Dulaney Valley Rd, Baltimore, MD 21204

July 11th – July 15th

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WASHINGTON

The Aspen Hill Club
14501 Homecrest Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20906

July 18th – July 22nd

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