Designed for tournament level players making a commitment to intensive year round training focusing on player development and competition. TAS has developed a congruent teaching method with set skill progressions for entry level tournament training through professional level training. TAS staff use repetitive drilling to make shot selection and execution second nature. Emphasis on physical, mental and emotional training helps juniors improve performance under stress. Rigorous training on and off court combined with regular pattern/set play develop critical match skills. Through intensive training and competition, juniors learn time management, goal setting, delayed gratification and discipline, life skills that will help them conquer obstacles on and off the court. TAS Academy consists of 3 divisions: Performance Academy and High Performance Academy After School and High Performance Homeschool.
Designed for junior players with a sectional and national level ranking who strive for intercollegiate tennis scholarships with the training to prepare for a professional tennis career. Intensive year round tennis training includes in-depth physical, mental and emotional training with a strong emphasis on strength and quickness training. TAS offers rigorous training 5 days per week for Home School and After School students. Training includes short and long term goal setting, 12-20 hours of on court training weekly, daily mental imagery training, off court strength, agility and conditioning, day/overnight tournament coaching, purposeful match play and daily accountability. Juniors in the After School program attend four 2 ½ hour drills per week. Juniors in the Homeschool program select five to nine on court drills per week plus 3 hours of strength and conditioning. Juniors must have a minimum USTA sectional ranking or equivalent to qualify. Enrollment in TAS High Performance Academy is by invitation of the Director based on previous training, current ranking and tournament results. Evaluations are requested and scheduled through the Director.
Designed for entry level tournament players who commit to train 2-3 days per week. Training includes short term goal setting, on court conditioning, purposeful match play and tournament coaching. Drills are offered 4 days per week, 2 hours in length. Juniors must have a minimum USTA state ranking to qualify. Enrollment in TAS Performance Academy is by invitation of the Director based on previous training, current ranking and tournament results. Evaluations are requested and scheduled through the Director.