Due to the personalized training, the Academy has a limited number of places in the annual competition program. During the player’s stay, a training and competition plan is developed according to the age, level and objectives.
Players train an average of 35 hours per week (between 33 to 38) they train every day except on Saturday in the afternoon and Sunday, and also the resting days: Tournaments and/or specific preparation. A normal day is divided in two turns of tennis and fitness in the morning and two in the afternoon, including mental work and if necessary, physiotherapy to prevent any injury.
The training plan is the same as Pablo Carreño or Mario Vilella follow; and it has the Playsight technological system. The most innovative and complete tool in terms of track training with which all GrandSlam counts: game analysis, training by objectives, ranking …
The plan will be developed by our team, made up of coaches, fitness trainers, physiotherapists, doctors, nutritionists and psychologists. Our coaches are certified by the most prestigious organizations in the world and have many years of experience; led by Juan Carlos Ferrero and Antonio Martínez Cascales.