About Canas Tennis Camp: 

The academy is located near beautiful Miami, Florida, where players can train year round and temperatures are always warm.  Guillermo Cañas, former top ATP 8 player leads the academy and is often on the court with the players. The academy is open year round, and players can come for any length of time. With its good weather, superb tennis facilities, and abundance of tournaments, Miami is the perfect place to train, and you can breath in the sweet ocean breeze while improving your tennis skills! 

Facilities 

  • 4 Hard Courts and 4 Clay Courts
  • Pool
  • Residence
  • Hotel 
  • Gym
  • Pro Shop
  • Restaurant
  • Parking

Coaches

Cañas is a former professional top 8 ATP player. He and his coaching team will improve your tennis by incorporating their experience as former players and working with players in small groups and individually.

Other Programs


Highlights Include

  • Training from Monday-Saturday  
  • Excursions on the weekends 
  • Accommodations (double or triple room)
  • Hotel for parents and adults
  • Full Board for players (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • 24-hour Security
  • Laundry 

Not Included

  • Flight 
  • Insurance
  • Airport Transportation 
  • Towels

Dates & Price

 

Summer Camp 2017 (8 - 16 age)

 

Dates:

29 May 2017 - 11 August 2017

 

Prices:

Program Prices
Weekly Intensive Tennis (Boarding) 1190 dollar
Weekly Intensive Tennis (Non-boarding)590 dollars

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You can customize your camp during the year by submitting a custom camp request. If you already know your dates, click the Book Now button above.

 

Canas Tennis Academy

City: Miami, Florida, USA

Ages: 7 +

Accommodation: 5 stars 

Training: 5 stars 



Summer/Winter/Autumn/Spring Camp Available  


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