Daily Schedule at What Tennis Camp Could Look Like
When it comes to going over the details of our adidas Tennis Camps, we’ve gone over a bunch of the basics, but there’s still one important one that you need to know about.
We’ve talked about what makes certain types of camps different from others, what to pack before heading to the courts, the teaching curriculum and have even provided a step-by-step guide on how to sign up. What’s the last thing, though? It’s what you should be expecting to do on a daily basis!
No two adidas Tennis Camps are the same, and we make it that way on purpose. Each camp is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all type of program that we employ. There is freedom of creativity for camp directors to build programs how they want, while knowing there are certain aspects that must be touched upon at one point or another.
Schedules are subject to vary given the type of camp (overnight, extended day, day, half-day), location and year they’re offered. Having said that, there is still a rough daily outline available allowing us to provide a heads up of what to expect upon grabbing your gear and heading to the courts.
Once the first day of camp finally comes, the typical check-in time for campers is pretty standard. For any overnighters, we like participants to arrive between 1-2pm. For any extended day or day campers, the time is a little more precise at 1:30pm.
Here’s what a typical daily schedule would look like for someone attending an overnight tennis camp:
9:00 Stretching and warmup
9:15 On-court training
11:15 Match play
12pm Lunch, swim
1:30 Match situation drills
6:30 Optional match play
7:30 Evening activity
10:30 Lights out
This schedule would look very similar for any extended day campers, but the obvious difference here is that you won’t be staying overnight with us. Your day would just start around 9am with stretching and warmups.
For day campers, the evening activities get cut out and we shift focus solely to on-court time, which generally runs between 9am to 4 or 5pm in the afternoon. When it comes to those attending half-day camps, the tennis instruction normally gets consolidated into a much shorter window – something like 9am to 12pm.
Whether you’re spending all day and night with us, 12 hours a day, or as little as three hours per day, we aim to make sure the curriculum is helpful toward you reaching your ultimate goal – whatever that may be.
Since there is no “standard” program, we strive to provide as much personal instruction as possible, including an individual skill evaluation and a take-away booklet so the learning doesn’t have to stop when camp is over!
It’s always good to have an idea of what you’re getting yourself into before actually experiencing it, so we hope this helped prepare you for the fun that’s ahead!
Interested in signing up for an adidas Tennis Camp this summer? Click here to find a camp near you and receive more information.