VDTA

On July, 15th, 2006 in the natural area of Vsevolozhsk in Leningrad region the Children Tennis Academy — the “ VDTA” was opened.

The “VDTA” – is the great base for training sportsmen since their childhood and achievement high results in the competition of a various level, including international tournaments. There are ideal conditions and facilities corresponding the all-European standards for training future champions of Russia.

This modern complex consists of a huge building which is included

— 4 indoor courts with unique Hard surface where you can play all the year round
— 7 ground outdoor tennis courts
— Gym
— Modern equipments for training
— Comfortable changing rooms with a shower
— Residence
— Medico sanitary part
— Massage cabinets
— Sauna
— Hotel complex for students and adults with a bar
— Library
— Cafe
— Canteen
— Parking

The teachers work all day and night.
In the “VDTA” 120 children can simultaneously be trained, part of them combines intensive tennis trainings with their secondary studying in the local school № 5 which is situated on 1 km from “VDTA”.

The Academy offers lodging services for its participants, where students remaining under the Academy’s strict supervision. The sport Residence offers rooms equipped with shower rooms, study classrooms, a library and an internet room.

Constant residing at Academies has the conclusive advantages to the future professional sportsmen – there is an opportunity to spend more time on courts, not spend it for moving to city. Children live in forestry zone, near the lake, that positively influences their physical development an achievement.

The “VDTA” is the mighty, united organization with its own methodology. In Academy is accepted by the system of the collective upbringing. When every trainer has got many students, there’s a competition which is comfortable, favorable and useful for them. All training has place according to the group methods, individual trainings is used for correction work. The natural development is possible just in the natural competition’s conditions. Parents are also very important…as parents, especially helping their children and trainers to achieve the main aim – to bring the sportsman up.