The second of the “21 Successful Habits for Overcoming Adversity”, by Emilio Sánchez Vicario, describes the importance of confidence. How can we build confidence? David Ferrer’s story is an excellent example.
I find myself in Italy, specifically, in Tuscany. The day before yesterday I was awarded the Fair Play Mecenate prize and appointed the initiative’s world ambassador, and yesterday, I was awarded the Solidarity in Sport prize for my work with the Emilio Sanchez Vicario Foundation. I was very nervous, but at the same time, completely delighted.
The Magic Wimbledon is here. We’ll enjoy with one of the most demanding tournament. Every player dreams to play well there. Murray is the Emilio Sánchez Vicario’s favourite player for this year. He’s going to be the one to beat.
This year’s Roland Garros 2016 has been very special for the Sánchez-Casal Academy, full of emotion, friendship and stories about the academy on Parisian soil. Daniel Muñoz, Head of Communications and Media at the academy, tells us the tale.
Reliability, aggressivity, self-confidence, amazing physical competency and strength and, above all, stress resilience, superiority. All this is reflected in a smile: the smile of Garbiñe Muguruza.
After 15 years the Tennis Academy of China Sanchez-Casal is a reality in the historic city of Nanjing with the temples of six dynasty’s surrounding it, is the biggest challenge for the future of ASC. This is the amazing story on how it happened.
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.