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At our Tennis Academy, we understand the importance of keeping parents informed and involved in their child's development. We offer a range of activities and services that are designed to help parents support their children's success. Our events allow parents to watch their children compete and learn more about the sport. We also provide parents with resources and advice about how to best support their children's tennis journey. We are committed to creating an environment where parents can feel involved and part of their child's progress.


At our tennis academy, we understand the importance of keeping parents informed of their child's progress. We provide regular progress tracking reports to parents, which include detailed feedback on their child's performance and areas of development. We also offer the opportunity for parents to meet with the coaches to discuss their child's progress and any concerns. In addition, we provide a variety of online resources to help parents support their children's tennis journey. With these tools, parents can stay up-to-date and get the most out of their child's experience at our academy


Our tracking system will allows parents to monitor their child':

1. skill level

2. Tournament performance

3. Technique

4. physical conditioning.


Parents can also keep track of their child's practice schedule and match results. With our future progress tracking system, parents can have peace of mind that their child is achieving their fullest potential.



As a parent, you play a crucial role in supporting your child's passion for the sport and helping them achieve their full potential. Our goal is to provide you with valuable insights and practical advice to help you navigate the world. Youll learn things like:

  1. Coaching: How to find a qualified coach and what to look for in a good coach.

  2. Tournament play: Understanding the tournament circuit and how to manage your child's schedule.

  3. Nutrition and fitness: Tips on proper nutrition and fitness to help your child perform their best.

  4. Mental game: Strategies for helping your child develop a strong mental game and cope with competition stress.

  5. Injury prevention: How to prevent common tennis injuries and what to do if your child gets injured.

  6. Life skills: The life skills that tennis can teach your child, such as sportsmanship, discipline, and perseverance.

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