16th - 20th April 2016 Maria Rasmussen now offers a number of international tennis weeks where you have the opportunity to receive a very targeted and individual tennis instruction, and come home from your active holiday as a better all-round player.
The participants will be working with individual goals depending on level and ambitions. This could vary from wanting to learn how to hit a topspin forehand to learn a kick serve. No goal is too big - or too small, they just need to be realistic.
With her great passion and love for the game, Maria delivers tennis instruction and video analysis at a high level. Each theme will be a mix of theory, exercises and playing with and against the other participants.
To participate on the tennis week you have to be an accomplished tennis player, and master the basic strokes: forehand, backhand, volleys and server (similar to Club La Santa's "red" level) as you sometimes will be doing exercises with the other participants. Max. 8 participants (min. 4).
09.00-11.00 Allround training with the aim to get ready for the afternoon's video recordings
11.00-13.00 Club La Santa's social double tournament (Please sign up in Sports Booking)
16.00-18.00 Video recording
09.00-11.00 Video analasis in the conference centre
16.30-18.00 Focus on ground strokes
11.00-12.00 Single tactics
12.00-16.00 Club La Santa's green, blue and red tournament
09.00-10.00 Volleys and doubles tactics
10.30-12.00 Beach tennis, introduction and tournament on the beach volleyball courts
16.00-18.00 Club La Santa's social doubles tournament
16.00-18.00 Tennis week's final tournament
Besides being educated as a tennis coach, Maria Rasmussen is a former elite tennis player with over 21 Danish Championships. She has represented the Danish National Team for more than a decade.
Maria has been running Tennis Weeks at Club La Santa for many years.
Maria puts much emphasis on the aesthetic, mental and the basic technique in tennis. She works with the details and the game's many facets in an easily accessible and understandable way. Maria teaches with a holistic approach, which is based on the individual's physical ability, age and other factors that can be a limiting factor.