The tennis training program here is very similar to how top juniors in Europe train from the ages of eight to 14 years. The program consists of five major parts, each of which is crucial for the development of a nationally ranked tennis junior. 1. Group lessons - 90 to 120 minutes - five times per week (weekdays)
Understanding the role parents play in junior tennis success. From providing transportation and emotional, logistical and financial support to reacting emotionally at matches and being over-involved, read some positives and negatives regarding the role parents play in their tennis player's success.
Junior players are evaluated for drill group levels by four criteria: - Athletic skills Tennis skills Commitment Competitive results Plan your training program to include the following: - Movement prep / dynamic stretches prior to workouts and competition. - Flexibility / stretching after workouts and competition. - Strength workouts
Remember for junior tennis players under 12, they should: Stay the course, follow the long term development plan. If you don’t have one, then find a tennis coach who does. Focus on developing the athlete. They should be spending at least 40%-50% on other athletic skills and games.
Junior Development Program. The Junior Development Program at Armonk Tennis and Armonk Indoor is for children of all ages and skill levels. It is designed to provide players with the most enjoyable experience, as well as the greatest opportunity to reach their full potential, with each level building on the skills developed at prior levels.
Player Development Planning Crosscourt Consulting, a division of DTS, provides families with the knowledge and framework necessary to navigate the youth and junior tennis systems effectively. Our goal is to help families design a master plan that includes key benchmarks in a player’s tennis development through proper goal setting, tournament planning, periodization schedule and developmental planning.
A. If a junior of 12-14 years would require 15-20 hours of training for optimal development and by the age of 15-16 years the technical aspects of the strokes should be in place (what I strongly advise) why do you spend 8-10 hours a week on individual coaching? The fine tuning should not take that kind of workload.
Tennis is learned faster and easier through this system. RED LEVEL 1 (6+ yrs) This program introduces the foundational skills of tennis with an oversized low-compression ball on a smaller court. Players learn basic rally, serve and net play skills along with activities that build tennis specific coordination. Rules