The Vida Tennis Australian Open Training Camp will be held at Glen Iris Tennis Club over three days and will be jam packed full of a variety of activities, on and off the court. Experience day to day training at an elite level in a team environment to help prepare your game for upcoming tournaments and competitions in 2014 and beyond. The 2013 camp was an amazing experience for more than 50 kids and we have planned an even bigger camp for 2014. Places are limited, so check out the following info;
Vida Tennis – Australian Open Training Camp
When: January 9th to 11th (Thursday to Saturday)
Times: 9am to 4pm (later finish on day we attend Aus Open Qualifying)
Where: Glen Iris Valley Tennis Club
Who: All tournament & junior competition players
All the players and coaches from the various Vida venues will come together for the 3 day camp. Its a great opportunity to train with different people, improve your game and make new friends.
Once you have signed up, you will receive emails about various presenters and leaders in their fields who will be coming along to share their expertise with the group.
Last years group at the Australian Open with Anthony Rocca (Collingwood Football Club) and John Aloisi (Melbourne Heart)
Some specific camp content for the Australian Open Camp
On Court Themes
Live Ball Patterns of Play
Game Style awareness
Set Plays & Routines
Singles & Doubles Tactics
Video Analysis (On & Off Court)
Movement Patterns of the Pro’s
Off Court Themes
Between point process
Fitness testing benchmarks
Injury Prevention / Pilates / Core Stability
Strength & conditioning overview
Professional players games style analysis
Tactics V’s Technique
The mental side of tennis
Where can tennis take me?
What are my pathway options?
What is USA College Tennis?
How do I combine my tennis & School commitments?
How does my technique hold up under pressure?
Where is my best court position when I play?
What is my game style?
Speak with current and elite sportsman / women from other sports
How important is managing your body?
Why are you getting injured and where are the weakness in your body?
How do I put steps in place to better deal with pressure?
What do the top 10 players do between points to get ready for the next point?
Analyze game styles at the Aussie Open.
Would you like to meet & speak with some players at this years Australian Open?
There are limited spots available and early bird special offer applies. Once the camp is full we can not take any further numbers.
For more inofrmation or questions please contact Kane from Vida Tennis on 0401 052 636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org