An unforgettable tennis camp experience! Improve your ranking in the Toggenburg tennis youth camp in Toggenburg – enjoy match training in the morning and a license game in the afternoon!
The European Tennis Academy has over 20 years of experience in running successful youth camps. Tricks and tips are taught to manage one's thoughts in a helpful way during matches. ETA youth camps transform the participants' match performance lastingly and substantially. During the camp week the participants will receive coaching both for technical and mental performance.
Licensed games and Davis Cup
At the official licensed games you can not only put into practice what you have learned, but also improve your ranking! ETA youth tennis camps are registered as official tournaments at Swiss Tennis and every participant can work to improve his ranking in 3 to 4 licensed games during the camp week. On Thursday/Friday there will be a Davis Cup play as the finale.
Parents are part of the game
Parents are introduced to the camp's approach and strategy before the end of the camp. Before departure at the end, a joint analysis takes place with the camp leader, the participants and their parents. In this way what you have learned will stay with you even after the camp.
Off to the tennis camp!
Have fun, make new friends ,and learn new things! There wil be lots of fun on and around the tennis court! Leisure activities are carried out as a diverse program of «Camp Olympics». Skill games such as card and table games, billiards and darts, as well as polysport activities such as badminton, soccer, basketball, and volleyball, table tennis and of course our legendary Davis Cup event with handmade national flags are also included. Starting in 2018, boulder box climbing and pump track biking will also be part of the leisure program - let us surprise you!
MMP youth camps 2018
training in the morning, license plays in the afternoon (Mo – Th), Davis Cup on Friday
- depending on weather conditions: grilling, mini golf, swimming, or short lectures
- club test with the latest Head models
- course material with match analyses and personal motivation video
- introduction and final analysis with parents
- varied supporting program with Camp Olympics
- professional mental training for youths on and off court
- 3-4 licensed games during the week
- 8 hours preparation and follow-up of tennis lessons
- 12 hours Mental Match Play lessons
- 24 hour support
The camps take place in two training groups, with strengths R7 to R9 and R4 to R6. The minimum number of participants is 4 juniors and the maximum number of participants per training group is 8.
Spring holidays: April 22 – 27, 2018
Summer holidays: July 15 – 20, July 29 – August 3, 2018
Autumn holidays: October, 7 – 12, 2018
Price all inclusive (Su–Fr) CHF 940.- per participant
This applies to all tennis camps:
Accommodation and meals at Hotel Hirschen in rooms with 2-4 beds and full board (free drinks during training and meals). Parents' information session takes place the first evening at 5.30 pm, then leave-taking. At 6.00 pm presentation of the weekly program for all participants and dinner together.
Departure: Friday at approx. 4.30 pm
A selection of training topics for the ETA youth camp:
- Technique of basic strokes for VH, RH, serve and volley
Motto: More self-confidence through conscious technology
- Minimize unforced error
Motto: Today I win with certainty
- Serve and return
Motto: No serve, no return, no victory
- How to beat a winner
Motto: No risk no fun
- Tactical moves for the single game
Motto: Today I have a solution for everything
- Tactical moves for the double game
Motto: Double is fun if everyone knows what to do
- Attack volley for the singles game
Motto: Today I go to the net, not only for a handshake at the end of the match.
- Matches with different counting modes (tiebreak, games, group tournament)
Motto: Learning by doing
- Mental strength in the match
Motto: I can motivate myself and I know what helps me in which situation
- Tennis with music
Motto: How do I best use MMP music in my match training?