Speedo shares an interview with Andrew Fitzpatrick, pro tour’s youngest 27-year-old tennis coach. Mr. Fitzpatrick encourages adding swimming and other off-court exercises to tennis players' regimens to improve their on-court abilities. Here is a summary of why Andrew feels that swimming is good for tennis players:
Welcome to “2019 Camper Moments”! Even though our summer camp has ended, we will continue to feature campers from a variety of camps at Purchase on Wednesdays. Please contact us with any requests to know more about Future Stars Camps at: email@example.com
Todd Widom of TW Tennis shares his thoughts about bucket or hand fed tennis balls for tennis training. Here are some of his thoughts:
Future Stars (FS) isn’t just a “camp.” Admittedly, it is a camp, but it’s also a potentially life-changing place. This doesn’t mean that attending FS Camps will automatically turn you into a sports star. With attending, comes time, training, and an abundance of passion and dedication. You may ask, however; how can FS Camps change lives? Check out what former camper Ian Reibeisen had to say about his awesome experience and the years he spent at Future Stars Camps.
Tennis is a sport of a lifetime, you and your child will enjoy for years to come. If you are wondering if tennis would be the right fit for your child, here are 5 reasons you should sign your young athlete up for Tennis Camp today!
Variety has been the rule, not the exception, throughout Jordan Snider’s Future Stars career – from camper to Site Director. On a daily basis, Jordan manages a staff of international coaches teaching everything from the latest soccer drills from Chile to STEAM education, providing a joyous and enriching camp experience to children ranging from 6 to 16 years old.
We are excited to bring you inspiring interviews with some of our key family members! To kick off our interview series, we’re talking to the patriarch of it all, Co-founder Charlie VanDercook.
Synopsis: Enrolling young children in tennis will not only expose them to a great sport now, but could also could lead to a lifelong passion for this popular game.
As we are lucky to be witnesses to this incredible era of tennis we need to realize that it is more than just “great players” competing. Through modern sports science, psychology, training techniques, nutritional practices, and equipment, today’s players are reaching new heights. Even more important is the dedication, hard work, and commitment that they put into their profession.