Advantages of the program
- The Asc 360 Performance System© is unique in the world. Designed by Emilio Sánchez Vicario and Sergio Casal, it is based on four core pillars: technical, tactical, physical and mental. The system works for all types of players, regardless of age, fitness condition or tennis experience.
- Each of the four pillars is developed in depth, and is tailored to the player’s level, depending on age, physical condition and tennis ability. The stages are reflected in the ASC Pyramid, and range from Initiation to Elite.
- Every athlete can choose the desired intensity for his/her training, depending on available time and interests, choosing between the Full and Part Time Programs.
- Now, junior tennis players in Atlanta will be able to train following the same training system that helped to develop elite players such as Svetlana Kuznetsova, Andy Murray, Grigor Dimitrov and Daniela Hantuchova, among others.
The team of ASC coaches will guide each player through creating a personalized tournament calendar, which can include both tournaments hosted at the ASC facilities and other local, national or international tournaments.
ASC Atlanta players can also join the Florida or Barcelona Traveling Teams to attend certain tournaments, always with the support and guidance of our coaches.
The Tennis Academy of China
The Tennis Academy of China is home to the only national-level special tennis academy, located in the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum Scenic Area on Purple Mountain.
That such a facility exists in Nanjing comes to most as a surprise, especially when the Academy’s credentials become apparent; the only facility in China with four Grand-Slam-standard courts, second to none Worldwide.
What will you learn?
The developmental pyramid of the Academia Sánchez-Casal Players
Based on the ASC Training System© used in our Academies, Emilio Sánchez Vicario has created a pyramid to describe the evolution of players as they progress for their athletic development, by age and level of play.
Each stage of this evolution has its own general and specific objectives for each pillar of training (technical, tactical, physical and mental).
Click on the links below for further information about each stage of the pyramid.