Sánchez-Casal Academy is more than a high-performance center; it’s a place full of stories and dreams. It is the starting point for young tennis players and students who dream of a brighter future ahead.
If our children love sport, summer is the ideal time for them to dedicate themselves to their favorite sport and take a step forward in their level. But choosing the right camp for each child can be tricky. How can we choose the best camp for our children?
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?
The month of November has been a special time here at Academia Sanchez-Casal. First, we had our alum Andy Murray capture the number one spot in the ATP rankings and later during the National Letter of Intent (NLI) signing period we had six student-athletes formalize their commitments to some of Division I’s top academic and athletic schools: River Hart- University of Minnesota, Victoria Emma- University of Florida, Edson Ortiz Tovar- University of Alabama, Zummy Bauer- Georgia Tech, Tristan McCormick- Notre Dame, Fletcher Scott- University of Illinois. For these high school students, this event marked an important milestone and sets them on a path to continue their tennis careers while also earning a quality education.
At Sánchez-Casal Academy we have been using tennis and education as a vehicle for the personal development of our young players for almost 20 years. We are extremely proud of all who have trained and studied with us. One of those is Mike Vermeer, who has graduated Cum Laude from Columbia University.
Emilio Sánchez Vicario has created a new program, the only one in the world, which combines tennis and education under one system. The program spans over two continents, located at sites in the USA (Naples, Florida) and Europe (Barcelona, Spain). As a student tennis player himself, Sánchez Vicario found it hard to combine these two aspects of his life when he was younger, and thus the Sánchez-Casal Academy Intercontinental Program was born.