The French Open has just been won by the undisputed King of Clay, Rafa Nadal. I just wish I’d realised before I booked my stand at the Elea Charity Day that it was Finals Day. I was really sad to miss it and the satellite wasn’t working there 😦 Ah, well!
So, for those of you wondering what to do with the kids over the long, long summer
holiday, never fear. The Summer Tennis Academy in Paphos is here! After the success of last year, I am repeating the same format – 2 hours a day 3 times a week, with several groups (divided into playing levels) running in Kato Pafos and Coral Bay. The morning slot is 8-10am and the evening 6-8pm. I’ve tried to keep the price down as low as possible, so it’s € 50 per week or € 170 for the month. It’s running from 1st – 27th July, with the option to extend it into August if there is demand.
What happens at the Summer Tennis Academy? Well it is designed to help children really progress with their tennis, as well as having fun. It will cover various strokes, techniques, tactics and matchplay as well as having a mini tournament at the end. If there is demand, we can add tennis fitness and sports psychology training, which will incur an extra cost.
There will be children taking part from all over the world, including some from the USA. Places are limited, so please sign up ASAP to reserve your space.
Either call me on 99 329107, or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or click through to the online registration form.
- Ideas for Summer Tennis Academy? (cyprustenniscoach.wordpress.com)
- Women’s Tennis Lessons in Paphos (cyprustenniscoach.wordpress.com)
- French Open 2013: How Serena Williams Became Unstoppable at 31 Years Old (bleacherreport.com)
- Rafa Nadal’s coach claims it’s a miracle the Spaniard is on the brink of history as he chases his eighth French Open title (dailyrecord.co.uk)