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New Tennis academy in Southern California
Skip Redondo Tennis Academy at La Costa Resort and Spa is now accepting full and part time students. Be one of the first 10 students and receive a discount to this exciting new tennis program in ďAmerica's Finest City" where players have the advantage of San Diegoís year-round, sunny climate.
The academy, and its small-scale program, is designed to directly focus on the needs and success of serious players. Whether your childís goal is to become a world-class professional, to compete at a collegiate level or just to learn and enjoy the game, the Skip Redondo Tennis Academy will enable him or her to reach those goals.
Redondo Tennis Academy Director
Director of Junior Tennis, La Costa Resort and Spa, La Costa, CA
Former Tennis Director, Weil Tennis Academy, Ojai, CA.
Former San Diego State University, Menís Tennis Coach, 1977-1988
Highlights of Coaching Experience:
Andrea Tamasvari, WTA Professional, Top 10 in the world
Alexandra Stevenson, Semifinalist at Wimbledon, 200?
Marita Redondo, Top 30 in the world, 1970ís
Amber Lieu Chang, two-time NCAA Champion and four-time All-American
Walter Redondo, ATP player
Pablo Pires de Almeida
Brian Wilson, NCAA Doubles Champion, All-American Stanford University
Jeff Abrams, All-American, Stanford University
Ryan Redondo, three-time All-American SDSU and finalist at the NCAAA Championships
Many Nationally Ranked players in the U.S., many went on to the top 20 schools with tennis scholarships
Redondo Tennis Academy Head Coach
Currently SDSU Assistant Coach, Menís Tennis
Coaches many nationally ranked and College players
Competed against Andy Roddick, Robbie Ginepri , Marty Fish, Taylor Dent and has a win against Mario Auck.
First Junior Davis Cup Winner
Boys 14 Nationals Winner
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