About Dimitar Tennis Camp: 

California Love. You bet this states gets a lot of shout outs. One glimpse at the view from the Dimitar Tennis Academy and you will fall in love with California. Known as the "American Riviera", Santa Barbara is a prime destination for playing tennis in paradise.


  • Hard Courts
  • Pool
  • Residence
  • Hotel 
  • Gym


Dimitar Yazadzhiev, owner and tennis director of the academy, leads the coaching staff. He has been coaching at highest professional level for almost 20 years and has coached many players to success, such as: Grigor Dimitrov (#1 ITF B18s, 2006 Orange Bowl Boys, 16s Single champion, 2008 Jr. Wimbledon champion and 2008 Jr. US Open Singles Champion); Sesil Karatancheva (Top 40 WTA and French Open Quarter Finalist); Ksenia Milevkskaya (Top 200 WTA, 2007 #2 ITF); and Nolan Bauer (#1 Southwest Section B14s, Top 40 US B14S).

Highlights Include

  • Training from Monday-Saturday  
  • Psychological "Peak Performance" Program
  • Nutritional Education
  • Accommodations (double or triple room)
  • Hotel for adults and parents
  • Full Board for players (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • 24-hour Security
  • Laundry 
  • Weekend Activities (Beach, cinema, etc.)

Not Included

  • Flight 
  • Insurance
  • Airport Transportation
  • Towels 

Dates & Price

05 June 2017 - 28 August 2017895 dollars/week (boarding)

05 June 2017 - 28 August 2017650 dollars/week (non-boarding)

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Dimitar Tennis Academy

City: Santa Barbara, California, USA

Ages: 7 +

Accommodations: 4 stars 

Training: 5 stars 

Summer/Winter/Autumn/Spring Camp Available

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