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BCTA Junior Player Dominates In Her Tennis Tournament

Anya Ambarish won the Fairfax Racquet Club 14U Tennis Tournament on August 13-14 2016.  She played in the 14 and under division and is one of Blue Chip Tennis Academy’s young rising stars. She has been training with Coach Jeremy Carl for the past few years in our High Performance Program.

Inside the Mind of a Junior Tennis Tournament Player

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Blue Chip Tennis Academy’s High Performance program is geared towards preparing current and future tournament players. Players engage in live ball drills, dead ball drills, match play, as well as mental and strength conditioning.

“My serve and return were working well, and I was hitting my spots with my forehand. This was only my second 14U’s tournament, so I’m glad I won! Thank you to Coach Jeremy and his daughter Maggie for supporting me during my matches.”  – Anya Ambarish

Coaches Perspective: Supporting our Junior Players

image1BCTA Resident Professional was able to watch and support Anya in her tennis tournament. We love seeing the progress that each of our players make during practices. It’s even more rewarding when we get to see them outside of practice and apply what they have learned during tournament play.

“We are so proud of Anya, who trains very hard during our High Performance sessions and is always hungry to learn how to improve her game.  In particular it was great to see her improve areas such as serve placement and consistency and attacking return of serve.  We wish her continued success and look forward to continuing to work with her.”  – Jeremy Carl 

“Thank you so much for coming and watching her!” –  says Anya’s mom

High Performance Program

At BCTA, we pride ourselves on creating well-rounded players and supporting them on and off the court. If you have a player who is interested in getting involved in tennis and tennis tournaments, stop by any of our indoor Blue Chip Tennis facilities or look for our outdoor summer programming!

 

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