Exciting Wins for Blue Chip Tennis Stars at Junior Tennis Tournament
Blue Chip Tennis Junior Anya Ambarish does it again!
A junior tennis tournament is a great place to test the skills you learn during lessons. As young players develop though, its important to consistently support them both on and off the tennis court. One core belief of Blue Chip Coach Jeremy Carl is to always encourage and celebrate the juniors he works with. One such student is Anya Ambarish, who won consolation G 12s draws at the USTA Virginia State BG 10s, 12s and 16s Indoor Championships L4 (400pt) at Skyline Racquet and Health Club in Falls Church, VA on December 26-30, 2016.
The junior tennis tournament format for the boys and girls 12 year old and 16 year old singles category (BG12 & 16 SINGLES Main Draw was 2 out of 3 sets with a super tiebreak in lieu of a 3rd set. Set tiebreak at 6 all (“first to 7 by 2”). Regular ad scoring. Read about Anya’s early tournament success and comments about the match in her own words here.
High Performance Coaching & Competitive Spirit
Anya has that Blue Chip Tennis Competitive spirit and she trains hard in Blue Chip Tennis Academy’s High Performance program. Led by Jeremy Carl who attended the prestigious USTA Tennis High Performance Coaching Training, the program is geared towards preparing current and future tournament players and during clinics they engage in live ball drills, dead ball drills, match play, as well as mental and strength conditioning. Jeremy Carl has also published several articles on tennis coaching, he has been invited to join the elite training in conjunction with the Davis Cup team as they take on Switzerland (Federer and Wawrinka!) in February 2017, and he is currently writing a book on the subject of coaching.
Quentin DeCamara Competes at Holiday Junior Tennis Tournament and Brings Another Blue Chip Tennis Win
“Part of the joy of coaching is to be able to support your students as they begin to become competitive in junior tennis tournaments,” says Coach Carl. He is pictured at right with a very happy Blue Chip Tennis student Quentin DeCamara. The huge smile is only slightly blocked as Quentin holds a trophy from his win at the Montgomery TennisPlex Holiday Open L6 in Boyds, MD December 27-31, 2016!
Congratulations to both Quentin and Anya on getting our over the holiday week and enjoying your successful run at the junior tennis tournament in which you competed…and won!
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