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    JC Ferrero Equelite Academy-Spain.

    Hi guys.
    My son is the winner of a national championships here in Australia and next year
    we are looking to send him to Europe to train in an academy for a few months
    and play some futures.One of the places we are looking at is JC Ferreros Academy
    in Alicante.Looking forward to hearing if anyone has been there plus your feedback.
    Thank you.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    is your son looking for some individual coaching or he prefers the group environment?

  3. #3
    Probably a bit of both.Ideally an environment where a group of guys roughly about that satellite/futures level are working together maybe under the guidance of one coach.Not sure if academies are specifically geared for this but thats what i aim to find out !

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    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    i guess that should be possible to find. you say next year he should be going to europe and on tour, so there is enough time to find the right setup, whether in an academy or just as a small team with a coach.

  5. #5
    Does anyone know the cost of an individual lesson in equelite?

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