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Dania Deaifi full scholarship to Grand Canyon University - D1 Tennis

Designed for the dedicated and hard working player to reach his / her maximum potential, aspiring to play college tennis, compete on the ATP, WTA, ITF, and UTR Pro Tours. Our globally recognized coaches have a combined experience of 40+ years of developing players. Over 150 Athletes have been placed in colleges across the nation through our personalized programming. TTC Tennis coaches train and manage over 25 players competing on the ATP, WTA and UTR Pro Tours.

Programming includes:

  • Technical development

  • Personalized fitness plan

  • Nutrition management

  • Mental training

  • Competition plan

  • College placement

  • Professional tennis tour planning

In school learning: Pacifica Christian High School Newport Beach

Home School Options: 

Independent PE: TTC Tennis students are able to attend programs and receive credit for PE. This Option allows students to start training at 1:00 p.m.



Monday - Friday

12:00pm - 1:00pm     Fitness

1:00pm - 3:00pm      Tennis          

3:00pm - 4:00pm     Lunch break        

4:00pm - 5:30pm     Tennis

5:30pm - 7:00pm     UTR Verified Matchplay



12 weeks, 5 days/week - $8,160 (save 15%)

4 weeks, 5 days/week - $3,200

Private lessons available before and after training.


Athletes ages 3 to 12 are given a tailored program that will accelerate them through progressive fundamentals and playing with yellow balls. The Junior Elite Program’s intent is to build excellent technical foundations with the focus on tactical development while instilling discipline and focus. As the athlete progresses through the program, they learn the training habits, build workout routines, experience tactical competition, and gain knowledge on how the body recovers.


Program Mission

Three to five days a week, the athlete is immersed in the world of high-level athletics. Each athlete is held to the highest standards as the outcome of the Junior Elite Program to set the young athlete on the path toward university competition or professional tennis.


Daily Breakdown

The start of the session focuses on physical development in which the athlete works with a trainer to maximize strength and conditioning. With younger athletes, this pertains to motor skills training and aerobic endurance. As the athlete grows, it encompasses weightlifting and the development of explosive agility.

In the next phase, the athlete works with one of the Senior Professionals on technical proficiencies outlined by the athlete’s primary instructor.

Once the athlete’s technique has met the progress required by the Senior Professional, the athlete then plays points or matches with a tactical focus.


Part Time Program

3 Days of Group Training a Week

  • Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays

    • Noon – 1pm

      • Fitness

    • 1pm – 2pm

      • Technical Development

    • 2pm – 3pm

      • Tactical Competition

1 Lesson a Week

  • 1 – 1.5 hours of personal development with a Senior Professional


Full Time Program

5 Days of Group Training a Week

  • Mondays – Fridays

    • Noon – 1pm

      • Fitness

    • 1pm – 2pm

      • Technical Development

    • 2pm – 3pm

      • Tactical Competition

2+ Lesson a Week

  • 1 – 1.5 hours of personal development with a Senior Professional


Considering the high level of commitment of these young athletes and their families, we understand the need for an education system that allows for these performance programs to be possible. The following are local academies and online schools that will accommodate even the most rigorous athletic schedules while still providing an exceptional education.


Connections Academy


Seashore Academy


Laurel Springs Academy


Other options may also be available, and encourage each family to find the best option for their young athlete.

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