MTA Tennis Academy
MTA Tennis Academy in Kiev offers great opportunities for all modern energetic people. This kind of sports became truly accessible in Ukraine only in recent years, after professionally trained trainers and high-tech sports base MTA. Indoor tennis courts according to international standards, allow to conduct classes regularly, even with bad weather, which is very important for the development of gaming technique.
The fitness center of the MTA Tennis Academy in Kiev is well-equipped fitness studios with special fitness tools and sports equipment where the athlets and healthy lifestyle followers conduct their trainings. In recent years, MTA fitness club entered the life of modern business people, because it’s really hard to cope with stress caused at work without good physical condition.
Goals and objectives of the International Tennis Academy: organization of a professional tennis center for teaching children; creating a progressive fitness club located in a unique natural area with healing air and life-giving water; holding competitions and tournaments on the territory of the International Tennis Academy;organization of a high school boarding school with online training and an active sports component
MTA Tennis Academy has a world-class sports base, which is based on 32 courts. Most of them are located in the sports complex of the Academy, in Puscha-Voditsa – the unique natural area of Kiev, part of the Obolon district.
There are 19 tennis courts at MTA Tennis Academy, at the following addresses: Miska Street, 9. Courts in Obolon are modern sports grounds for our tennis players,meeting international standards and having professional coverage similar to the ones equivalent to where the most famous tennis tournaments are held.
In mastering all the strokes of tennis, the main role is played by the motor (motor) memory – this is memorization of various characteristics of movement, their amplitude, speed, pace, rhythm, sequence. The success of memorizing the characteristics are not always the same for all. With poor motor memory or the presence of interfering factors, the student, repeating movements, is guided every time by their