SUMMER TENNIS CAMPS

Tennis Summer Camp Options

Developmental Program Includes up to 4 hours and 45 minutes of tennis, with a 45 minute private lesson, 2 hours of a group lesson (up 4 students on a court), one session of mental conditioning and/or strength & conditioning (alternate days), lunch and 2 hours of match play in the afternoon. 

Our most popular program! The Developmental Program is designed to take players to the next level by providing a very exclusive, individualized program that aims to reach the specific goals of each student.   The difference between the Developmental Program and Full Day Program lies within the additional daily 1:1 lesson. 

Schedule: 

*We have 3 different rotations/start times for this program. Most players get two rotations of group lessons and one rotation of private lesson.

7:00AM-7:15AM – Warm-up for 1st rotation of Developmentals for BOARDING students

7:15AM-8:00AM – 1st Developmental Rotation (Private lesson)

 

7:45AM-8:00AM – Warm-up for 2nd rotation of Developmentals for BOARDING students (sometimes non-boarding)

8:00AM-8:45AM – 2nd Developmental Rotation (Private lesson)

 

8:30AM-8:45AM – Warm-up for 3rd rotation of Developmentals for Non-Boarding students

8:45AM-9:30AM – 3rd Developmental Rotation (Private)

 

9:30AM-10:30AM – 1st hour of drilling in a group up to 4 people

10:30AM-11:30AM – 2nd hour of drilling in a group up to 4 people

11:30AM-12:15PM – Fitness or Mental Conditioning (alternates days)

12:15PM-1:00PM – Lunch

1:00PM-1:15PM – Warm-up

1:15PM-3:15PM – Match Play


*Students enroll on a weekly or multi-week basis. Includes a Video Evaluation. 

Full Day Program Includes 4 hours of tennis, 2 hours of drilling in the morning in a group setting (up 4 students on a court), one session of mental conditioning and/or strength & conditioning (alternate days), lunch and 2 hours of match play in the afternoon.

The Full Day program  systematically addresses every aspect of a player’s game which includes technical, tactical, mental, and physical training. Our fitness sessions include tennis specific strength, speed, endurance and agility training.

Schedule

9:15AM-9:30AM – Warm-up

9:30AM-10:30AM – 1st hour of drilling in a group up to 4 people

10:30AM-11:30AM – 2nd hour of drilling in a group up to 4 people

11:30AM-12:15PM – Fitness or Mental Conditioning (alternates days)

12:15PM-1:00PM – Lunch

1:00PM-1:15PM – Warm-up

1:15PM-3:15PM – Match Play

 


*Students enroll on a weekly or multi-week basis. Includes a Video Evaluation. 

Half-Day (AM) Non-Boarding Only - Includes 2 hours of drilling in the morning in a group setting (up to 4 students on a court), ]one session of mental conditioning and/or strength & conditioning - alternate days.

Our Half Day program’s main focus is towards our younger players looking to work on the games foundation.  Our groups work on the technical & tactical elements of the tennis which include footwork, court positioning and overall movement balance.

Schedule

9:15AM-9:30AM – Warm-up

9:30AM-10:30AM – 1st hour of drilling in a group up to 4 people

10:30AM-11:30AM – 2nd hour of drilling in a group up to 4 people

11:30AM-12:15PM – Fitness or Mental Conditioning (alternates days)


*Students enroll on a weekly or multi-week basis. Lunch is not included in the Half Day Program. 

Boarding vs. Non-Boarding Programs & Pricing

Evert Tennis Academy Summer Camps

Need more information? Please call at 561-488-2001 and ask for Edmee or e-mail her at Edmee.Morin@evertacademy.com. To register your child, please complete the Summer Tennis Camp Registration Packet.

All Registration Forms can be e-mailed to Omieka@evertacademy.com or Edmee.Morin@evertacademy.com. They can also be faxed at 561-488-2055.

Frequently Asked Questions

Topics
  • What makes the Evert Tennis Academy unique amongst other academies in the industry?

    Evert Tennis Academy is different by design. Most notably, it is smaller, more intimate, and offers a family environment. Our program is designed to take an individualized approach to helping each student-athlete achieve his/her goals. This is accomplished through small student/coach ratios (4:1 or less) along with the attitude that coaching should be a cooperative effort. All of our full time high-performance coaches and directors also work with our campers and short-time players.

  • How does the Evert Academy determine a players skill level so they are paired up with the appropriate groupings and match play?

    Our coaches assess all the new players first thing on Monday morning. The coaches also meet twice a day to move around the groups and insure that the players are in the correct group. We want everyone's experience to be maximized both in group play and match play. 

  • How should a player prepare for the heat in Florida before and during their stay?

    The Florida heat in the summer is not much different than most places in the US. However, we recommend that you drink plenty of fluids before and during your stay in Florida, wear light colored clothes, bring a hat and put sunscreen on.  Coaches will regularly take breaks and remind players to drink water and electrolyte drinks which we offer in the pro shop.

  • What is the contingency plan for rain?

    If weather prohibits playing tennis, we will move around the schedule and start with indoor programs such as Mental Conditioning, Fitness and Video Analysis then we will get back on court. Florida weather tends to move quickly so we work with the coaching staff to dry the courts quickly and be ready to play when the courts are safe again.

  • What do players do when they are not playing tennis?

    The Evert Academy provides boarders with a variety of activities during their stay. You can find the full schedule if you click HERE.  We also have ping-pong, foos-ball, free wifi and television for students on campus.

  • How are injuries, re-habilitation, and medical illnesses handled? What medical services are offered?

    When it comes to injuries, the majority are basic ‘overuse’ issues (too much tennis, etc.), our Director of Strength and Conditioning, will evaluate athletes with these minor issues, and treat them with basic ‘rest/ice/rehab’. In the event of a more serious injury (i.e. a player twisting their ankle or a prolonged ‘overuse’ pain), we immediately schedule an appointment with a top orthopedic doctor. We always inform the parents throughout the whole process and will accommodate their choice of physicians if they have their own. Tina Dale, Director of Student Services, schedules the appointment with the appropriate physician, assists in completing the proper paperwork and arranging transportation to the appointment for boarding students.

  • How is supervision and safety monitored in the dorms for boarding students?

    The dormitory is supervised at all times by Evert staff. The dormitory is equipped with an alarm and security system including surveillance cameras throughout the common areas.

  • How many kids per room in the dorms, how do you match up roommates and can I request a roommate(s)?

    We have up to 4 players per room. Girls and boys are separated at all times in the dorms and roommates are determined by age and other different criteria. The Director of Student Services, Tina Dale, will accommodate all roommate requests. 

  • How much spending pocket money should a boarder bring with them?

    A personal account may be opened for each student with cash, check or a credit card payment. Based on past history, an amount of approximately $125 per week is adequate for personal spending. Additional money may be deposited at any time. Withdrawals from the account may be done during posted hours. If a credit card is used, “Transportation/Student Bank Form” must be completed. Prior to departure student may withdraw all money remaining in account.

  • Do you provide high performance pre-tournament training?

    Yes, in fact we are one of the top academies in the country focusing on high performance training.  You would have the opportunity to work alongside our full time students and other short time students as they prepare for national level USTA tournaments, UTR and ITF tournaments.