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College Tennis - ITF

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Gonzalo Corrales

on 16 June 2014

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American College Tennis:
950 Universities for Men and 1,144 for Women
High Scholarships for Men
Full Scholarships for Women
At least 8 players and 2 coaches per team
Individual tournaments first semester
25 to 30 Team-Matches in second semester
High level of competition
Team environment, high intensity

What's a normal day in an American University?

Conditioning before 8am in pre-season
Individual practice before 9am (voluntary)
Class from 9am to 12noon
Lunch with other athletes from 12noon to 2pm
Tennis practice from 2:30pm to 5:30pm
Conditioning and Strength from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
Dinner at 7pm
Study Hall and studying from 8pm to 10pm
ATP Singles Rankings as of June 1
John Isner Georgia 21
Kevin Anderson Illinois 25
Jesse Levine Florida 90
Rajeev Ram Illinois 93
James Blake Harvard 96
Benjamin Becker Baylor 97
Michael Russell Miami 99
Rhyne Williams Tennessee 121
Steve Johnson USC 130
Bobby Reynolds Vanderbilt 159
Oleksandr Nedovyesov Oklahoma St.160
Bradley Klahn Stanford 184
Arnau Brugues Tulsa 186
Somdev Devvarman Virginia 188
WTA Singles Rankings as of March 1 Maria Sanchez USC 111
Mallory Burdette Stanford 123
Julia Cohen Miami 124
Irina Falconi Georgia Tech 141
Nicole Gibbs Stanford 191
Julie Coin Clemson 200
Jill Craybas Florida 201
Samantha Murray Northwestern 259
Bojana Bobusic California 301
Can you still be a professional tennis player if you go to college in the United States?
What's the worst that can happen?
4 more years of tennis at the highest level
Live tennis in a different way, on a team environment
A college education in the best academic system in the world
The best personal experience of your entire life
Perfect English, both written and spoken
A future for your life after tennis
Most important rules to study and play tennis in the United States

- Start the process as soon as possible
- Get the SAT and the TOEFL done as soon as possible
- Do not repeat any school year in High School
- Go to college right after you finish High School
- Make sure you understand what each coach and university has to offer
- Have clear objectives: Tennis, Academics, Financial, Social
Thank you!

Gonzalo "Talito" Corrales
Director AGM Sports

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