Some teenage tennis players are fully devoted to studying, and therefore, think that they don’t have time to play tennis. Other teenage tennis players simply disregard tennis because they have different hobbies or interests. Then, there are those who go to the extreme of devoting themselves fully to tennis competitions, and dream of becoming famous professionals that will one day earn a lot of money.

And, yes, there are also those teenage tennis players who are looking for a healthy balance. This balance can be very enriching, both physically and psychologically, and can expose the adolescent tennis player to a healthier environment.

Whether or not he or she competes, growing up practicing tennis helps one’s personal development in a surprising way. With a healthy tennis practice, an adolescent can alleviate the pressure of studying long hours. It also helps to keep him or her motivated, while keeping him or her away from dangerous environments. Getting involved in tennis can also help with personal development. Finally, being able to overcome challenges on the tennis court can also be beneficial to one’s studying and can be a great complement to other activities. So I ask, what better way is there to develop all these skills than by practicing tennis?

Coach Guillermo Minutella


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