High Performance (HP) is for tournament level players ages 10-22.
The focus in this work-out is point-play. We drill to start the work-out with drop-feeding followed by rallying, then we go into live ball points with patterns. We start with groundstrokes, then transition play, followed by service points. This is followed by team points and doubles’ games. The High Performance class is high energy and competitive. The goal is to make players more successful in tournament play by making them more playable. Players become accustomed to competing on a daily basis, and they learn how to navigate that environment more successfully. Players can attend from one class to five classes weekly. Ability range in HP goes from strong middle school tournament players to high school varsity players as well as five star and blue chip national players.
Since starting in 2011, SCTA has trained 100’s of competitive players to help them excel in tournaments, USTA Jr. Team Tennis, high school tennis and to earn scholarships to college. Our format is to spend the majority of our time doing competitive drills to encourage focus and to improve our playability so we are tournament-ready. Our competitive and playful atmosphere makes the culture at SCTA energetic and fun. Players enjoy training at the Academy, meeting new friends and preparing for competitive play in a format that leads to success.
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