Spain: Davis Cup Nation of Tennis

Congrats to Spain Reaching the Davis Cup FINAL in the last 4 out of 5 years!

Although they were just 1 match short of another championship, the Spanish Davis Cup team played very well on a fast, hard court, which is the complete opposite of their favorite red clay surface.

David Ferrer lead the charge for Spain, with his strong work ethic and determination. Even at just 5'9, he puts every ounce of effort into his play, just like Nadal. Also they have a cast of young players Marcel Granollers and Marc Lopez who also developing to be one of the world's most dominant doubles team! In fact, they just won the year-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London last week!

This is a Nation of strong tennis players, even with Nadal absent they are so strong. (ESPN Article) They won another Davis Cup on foreign soil in Argentina just a few years ago. Spain has become a Tennis Dynasty for over a decade now (they are the Lakers or Yankees of Tennis). So how can their tennis model help us improve our own game in the USA?

Training, Passion, Youth Development

So why not learn from the best?

Tennis Channel News (11/17)
Sanchez-Casal in Naples, FL: Now the Largest Clay Court Facility in the United States.


USPTA Player Development Conference - Dec 7-9, 2012

Sanchez-Casal Academy YouTube Videos

Learn from USPTA Master Professionals

Luis Mediero and Emilo Sanchez (former Davis Cup Captain for Spain) will be your instructors. The weather in southern Florida is usually almost perfect in December.

Only a short car ride to Miami and South Beach, this trip makes for a nice winter getaway.  If it worked for Andy Murray as a junior, it should help your students improve too.

Spain is Davis Cup World Champions in last 3 of 4 years

Understand progression training, build upon the "X" and "V" Attack-Defend Patterns and Footwork Drills. Learn how to bring a winning tradition to your own team/club.

Help young players learn to enjoy playing and working hard to get better:

Winter Tennis in Barcelona, Spain

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  • Learn to love clay and have flexibility on all surfaces
  • Teach players to use their feet (footwork), before they learn to use their hands (grips)
  • Mobility before Power
  • Use Tennis as a way of educating
  • Help improve the student's life, as well as their athletics