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Program Overview

Program Goals

The goal of this supplementary program is to work with club leaders and coaches to supplement current club training environments with the following few simple but crucial guiding principles and objectives:

1. To regroup the top players in order to encourage them to train with a heightened sense purpose and intensity, while maintaining a strong focus towards competitive and physical preparedness both on and off the court.

2.The program coaches will work in conjunction with personal coaches/parents to help optimize annual planning and management of these athletes to help meet the LTAD plan training and match guidelines. This includes an understanding of the competencies required to meet the highest standard on the LTAD pathway: Living as a Pro or Top 50 world rankings.

2017-18 Program Information

As BC strives to become a leading development province in Canada, it is important that all of our programs fall in alignment with the Long Term Athlete Development Plan.  For the 2017/18 season, players wishing to take part in the program must be working to meet the minimum requirements as per LTAD.  Program coaches will work in conjunction with personal coaches/parents to help optimize annual training plans and match guidelines.

The provincial training camps will be held over weekends between September 2017 – June 2018.  Each regrouping will consist of 2 full days of tennis, fitness training and/or sport psychology (2) and nutrition seminars (2).  These camps are designed to augment the great work being done at TDC weekly program, ultimately having all partners working towards common priorities and objectives.

In addition to the camps, a select number of provincial team members will be provided with competitive travel opportunities.

Provincial Try Out Information
For any questions please contact Sarah Kadi skadi@tennisbc.org.
Provincial Try Out – Contract click here

2017-18 Camp Schedule:
U10 Program
Sept 30 – Oct 1
Nov 11 – 12
Jan 20 – 21
Feb 17 – 18
Mar 10 – 11

U12 Program
Oct 14 – 15
Oct 28 – 29
Jan 27 – 28
March 17 – 18

Provincial Training Program

|The following outlines plans for the BC weekly Provincial High Performance training program and competitive program.

This program is in partnership between Tennis BC and Tennis Canada , who work together to support club leaders, athletes, coaches and parents as a way to enrich the current training and competitive environment for top performing BC athletes in the system between ages of 7-18.

Tennis BC and Tennis Canada have recognized the need to combine and maximize resources to deliver a world class integrated provincial and national HP program structure.  Building tennis champions, using tennis as vehicle to become better human beings and building role models/ambassadors of the sport are important outcomes of this partnership.

Tennis Canada

For players aged 8 through 15, Tennis Canada now offers three National Junior Training Programs across the nation. The objective of these programs is to provide supplemental training and professional assistance to the region’s top juniors, working in conjunction with their clubs and personal coaches.

Vancouver’s TC National Junior program (ages 8-15) Based out of the North Shore Winter Club, is the country’s third Junior National Training Program which is serving Western Canada’s Alberta and British Columbia. The program is lead by Tennis Canada’s Head National coach, Oded Jacob, Roberto Brogin, and Kamil Pajkowski.  A variety of selected young athletes are currently part of this unique program, which delivers a vibrant world class competitive training environment.

Members of the program include:

National Junior Training Program (BC):

Under the leadership of Oded Jacob, during the 2017 -2018 season the program continued its steady growth. 17 players involved ranging in age from 8 to 15 years.

Players:

Coaches:

  • Head Coach – Oded Jacob
  • Assistant Coaches – Roberto Brogin, Kamil Pakjowski
  • Fitness Coach – Sergey Nazarov

Tennis Canada Western Training Centre Guidelines click here