Coaching

Words From our ASC Senior Student-Athletes

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There are only a few weeks for the long-awaited graduation of our students-athletes at ASC Florida, we wanted to interview our senior students and know their stories of how they got to Sanchez-Casal, what their expectations are in this new university stage, and their advice for young people who seek to balance tennis with their studies; they told us how all the effort was worth it in the end after so many years of sacrifice and hard work. Clara March, Aleksandra Caricir, and Casey Cummings of the Sanchez-Casal Florida Academy.

20 YEARS AGO

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The night before last we celebrated the 20th anniversary of Sánchez-Casal, with the whole Sánchez-Casal family in Barcelona. All together, we passed games and challenges in team building activities. There have passed twenty years since the Academy’s foundation but yesterday we all played as if we were children.

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR COACHING ROLE

Emilio Sanchez entrevista a Oscar Burrieza

“You are one of those coaches that I admire, the ones that do the dirty work, the complicated task of staying with players in the key moments’

What does it take to become a good coach?

And how do they describe their players in the four pillars of tennis?

Emilio Sánchez, CEO of Academia Sanchez-Casal in Florida and Oscar Burrieza, coach of the Madrid Tennis Federation analyze these topics during an interview recorded at the $15,000 Men’s Futures at ASC

#21 SUCCESSFUL HABITS FOR OVERCOMING ADVERSITY

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Everything that happens has a reason: some people call it ‘destiny’, others ‘energy’, some people call it ‘luck’, and others, ‘bad luck’. I think I’m fortunate to live life how I choose. I carry with me my principles and values, and I am that way partly thanks to my parents, thanks to the education they provided me, some key people that became role models in my life but mainly thanks to tennis, which shaped my character and made me resilient to adversity.

#18 SUCCESSFUL HABITS FOR OVERCOMING ADVERSITY

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Tennis is a very demanding sport mentally, requiring strong focus, maximum attention, and motivation for a long period of time. However, it is also a noble and generous sport because it allows you to overcome adverse situations and rectify problems in the middle of a match. Our mind is our most powerful tool to achieve it.

5 TIPS TO HELP YOUR CHILD BECOME A GOOD SPORTSPERSON

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The education of our young athletes goes beyond just sports technique. Having good values is equally as important, so we must teach respect, cooperation, self-discipline, and humility, among others. Teachers, coaches and, above all, parents have a great responsibility to provide this education in values.

Hydration as a performance factor

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During exercise, our body suffers a depletion of nutrients and ions through the loss of fluids. It is of vital importance to replace these losses or else the athlete may reach a state of dehydration.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE

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At Sánchez-Casal Academy, we believe that communication is the image and the nuance of each person, who, with mere silence or just a look, sends a message or reveals a simple intention. But who teaches us to communicate better in our daily interactions, and in our personal and professional life?

#13 Successful Habit for Overcoming Adversity

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Enjoy the pressure. Feel it, like it, savor it. You’ve worked so hard to arrive to this moment and now you are READY.

By Emilio Sánchez Vicario, CEO & Founder at Sánchez-Casal Academy.

The Davis Cup is different. It is something special that arrives at the end of every year bringing incredible stories full of emotion. The result of this energy that turn out epic matches. This year, Argentina’s story touched my heart.