You know what they say: We never stop learning. Take the example of our ambitious coaches!
Silicon Valley Tennis Academy is ready for the new challanges that are going to come this Fall! Are you ready?
We also want to share our recognition for the tennis players that worked so hard this summer in the camp. We are really proud to see improvement and determination.
“Dear Parents and Players,
As we approach the end of our summer program, the coaching team at SVTA would like to thank all the players for a terrific summer season. Our players have worked incredibly hard, always putting their best foot forward and giving every ounce of their energy, day after day. It has been extremely exciting to see the improvements that each player has made. We would like to highlight several players in particular who have gone above and beyond this summer to push their game to the next level. Futa, Anthony, Ajay, Emily, Glenda, Mandy, Miu, and Isabella have individually committed 5+ hours a day (totaling nearly 250 hours each!) training both on and off the court, and the results show. Because of their consistency, hard work, dedication, and commitment, they have made tremendous improvements in all aspects of their game. More importantly, we can see that these players have developed a much deeper understanding and genuine love for the game. The coaches at SVTA are so proud of all our players, and we are excited to see this hard work continue through the fall season!
Silicon Valley Tennis Academy “
Who says that being good means only sweat and struggle? From time to time a little break helps everybody come back on the path to success. So what about a pool break and some burgers?
Emily won her open tournament! I won’t talk about how many hours of tennis this girl spent on the court in the last weeks because her future results will talk! You made us proud Emily!
Our little champ is staying on the track. Let’s see where she gets soon!
Let’s go champ!
Bella (11) has recently won a 14’s challenger and has received some great compliments from Hunter, the leader of the tennis academy from Los Altos, who said she is a really high level player trained by a determined, perseverant coach. What a great combination!
Another achievement not only for Silicon Valley Tennis Academy, but in the personal development of our little tennis players who are ready to grow in a big community. Futa won a 14’s Open tournament from San Jose. Big win we can say, as not much time ago, he came to SVTA as a beginner! Ambition and devotion, mixed with the hard-work of our head coach and the staff gave him a significant boost up to here. We are proud of you Futa!
“You don’t want to look like your heroes, you want to see like them”. Well, our students prove that with every new challenge they come upon. One week ago our summer camp started and at the end of the first stage the leaders of our small community of tennis players were decided:
Yuta wins the prize for “The player of the week”!
Congratulations Yuta, your potential never delays to show up!
Futa earns the title of “The most improved player”, then Mandy comes with “The hardworker” status and last but not least, Miu with “The best attitude”!
Nice work everybody! Keep the vibes up and let’s get ready to fight for the next trials!
We are going to keep you updated with the next results of the coming week!
Our owner and head coach Francisco Ruiz recently travelled to Acapulco to attend a tournament and participate as coach of the kids program. Besides conversations with different coaches, he attended many training sessions of professional tennis players as well. Observing their training helped Francisco get new ideas that he will implement into his own daily practice.
In the evenings Francisco got to watch different matches and observe a variety of players and styles. The next day Francisco learned more about the amount of time the professionals practice each day, what their routines are.
Francisco is excited about what he has learned and eager to bring new ideas into the tennis program at Silicon Valley Tennis.