Tennis Training and Coaching in Buenos Aires

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Are you a tour tennis player? Are you looking to become a professional tennis player? Would you like to train like a pro in Argentina?

The solution is our personalized tennis training program is geared towards the general and specific demands of competitive tennis.

Running Season: All year round.

High Competitive Intensive Tennis Program

Our High Competitive Intensive Tennis Program (HCITP) prepare tennis players to succeed technically, tactically, physically and mentally on the court.

Work plans complement each player’s calendar of competitions and aim to ensure that players attain their technical, tactical and physical conditioning peak.

Objective: Our personalized HCITP aims to maximize your full potential as a player. Our development tennis program prepares you for highly competitive tennis, providing you with improved consistency, better court coverage and point construction.

The Program: Our Tennis Training and Coaching program is based exclusively on player’s objectives and goals. After a deep analysis, a work plan is designed based on player’s short, mid and long term goals.

Work plans are established to improve all the strokes. More complicated strategic models of play are practiced based on the strengths of the player. The physical fitness regimen is designed to match this technical/tactical tennis training.

Each week, a progress analysis is undertaken together with the player, and objectives for the following week are set. At the end of the player’s stay, a full report with observations on techniques, tactics and fitness is prepared for the player.

The tennis training is coordinated by a staff of professional tennis coaches and pros that will follow together each player’s progress.

Elite tennis players trained and coached:

Federico Browne, Juan Mónaco, Nicolás Massú, Juan Pablo Yunis, Mariano Delfino, Dusan Vemic,
Diego Álvarez, Erasmo Vázquez, Mariano Puerta,Richard Gasquet, David Nalbandian, Richard Gasquet,
Ricardas Berankis and Eleni Daniilidou among others.

The Team:
A team of former ATP tennis players, coaches and fitness professionals directed by
Gabriel Markus, Francisco Cabello and Jorge Repetto
are the ones responsible of your tennis success.

Training, Coaching and Conditioning to succeed

  • Tennis Training
  • Tennis Coaching
  • Physical Conditioning
  • Optionals

  • Lodging
  • Physiological Counseling
  • Study Program
  • Language Program
  • Tournaments Participation – Tour

Testimonials: Dear Juan, Once again thank you for everything you have done. So far I have been playing well…In Costa Rica; I beat two seeded players and qualified into the main… More testimonials.

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Tennis Training and Coaching in Argentina –a brief history-

Argentina is an international powerhouse of pro-tennis players.

In addition to having two Hall of Fame Players (Guillermo Vilas and Gabriela Sabatini), Argentinean tennis players like Jose Luis Clerc, David Nalbandian, Guillermo Cañas, Juan Mónaco, José Acasuso, Gisela Dulko, Maria Emilia Salerni, Guillermo Coria, Gastón Gaudio, Paola Suárez, Mariano Puerta, Agustin Calleri, Juan Martin Del Potro, Ignacio Chela, and Eduardo Schwank are good examples of this Argentinean Tennis Powerhouse.

Coaching in Argentina is very important too. In addition to top professional Tennis players, Argentina also has many successful and recognized Tennis coaches. For example, Carlos Rodríguez (Justin Henin), Martín Jaite (David Nalbandian), Hernán Gumy (Gustavo Kuerten, Marat Safin) and Horacio de la Peña (Fernando González), Gabriel Markus (David Nalbandian, Nicolás Massú, Richard Gasquet).

For almost ninety consecutive years, Argentina has been competing for the Davis Cup trophy. With more than fifteen years in the World Group, Argentina was semifinalist in 1980 finishing twice as runner-up (1981, 2006, 2008 and 2011). For the last eight years, Argentina has been competing in the World Group, advancing to the quarter finals every time and becoming the number two on the Davis Cup ranking by the ITF.