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IN THE NEWS
A huge congratulations to Coach Jose Galvez, the Assistant Professional of the Year for the Georgia Professional Tennis Association!
IN THE NEWS
The Agape Tennis Foundation is looking to collect 100 gifts for these children from November 7th – December 3rd. You can drop off your gifts right at DeKalb Tennis Center.
AGAPE TENNIS ACADEMY’S VISION
Agape has the necessary people and processes in place for not only efficient and effective management of multiple tennis centers, but for the improvement of management in the City. Agape’s culture, vision, network of tennis industry leaders and professionals, and our innovative software and technology make us the best fit to manage an ever changing and growing City of Atlanta.
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Tennis Club Business provides monthly news to over 8,000 tennis professionals, afficionados, organizers, club owners and managers in the industry.
Tennis Club Business chose Agape Tennis Academy as the August 2019 Tennis Organization of the Month!
BUSINESS WOMEN LOVE TENNIS AND AGAPE TENNIS ACADEMY PARTNER TO BRING ATLANTA BUSINESS WOMEN TOGETHER FOR NETWORKING AND TENNIS
Business Women Love Tennis (BWLT), a high-performance, personal growth brand created by strategist and speaker Sheronde Glover hosted its second Business and Tennis Clinic on Friday, June 21st at Dekalb Tennis Center in conjunction with Agape Tennis Academy.
Amy Pazahanick, of Atlanta, Georgia, has been named PTR Member of the Year for the State. This award is presented to a member who has shown dedication and diligence in promoting and supporting tennis and PTR.
Yesterday evening Agape Tennis Academy was awarded the 2018 Outstanding Program of the Year Award for the state of Georgia. This was awarded by the Georgia Professional Tennis Association at the USTA Georgia Hall of Fame Museum.
On Saturday February 11th, Agape Tennis Academy, the new management group for DeKalb Tennis Center, held a Grand Opening for the local community. The event was a big success with over 250
BLOG – THE SECRET SAUCE TO CHANGING YOUR GAME…AND LIFE
Your first goal in every tennis match is to try to play point by point and never dwell on the outcome. The outcome is out of your control, and if you do focus on it, you’ll experience anxiety and feel the pressure.
Here are a couple examples of how to focus your mind to stay present…
Anyone who has played tennis, for even a short period of time, knows full well that tennis is a very mental game.
Here are some common areas where we see players, at all levels, falling short on the mental toughness scale: Losing a match after being up by a large margin
1. Avoid hitting neutral or weak balls to the opponent’s net player at all costs.
2. Do hit at the net player occasionally if you can attack or the net player is not confident at the net. She/he will have less reaction time
WHY does your child play tennis? WHY do you spend so much of your time, support, and money on lessons, classes and camps? Is it to win the ALTA City Championships or this weekend’s USTA tournament? Is it to help your junior player make their high
What is the “best” way to play doubles? What is the “best” strategy? The best way and strategy for doubles play is awareness. Everyone wants to know if one player at the baseline and one player at the net, or both players at the net, or both players at the baseline is the best.There is a different solution for every “problem”