Elite Tennis Academy
What we offer
Our mission at Elite Tennis Academy is to create a unique tennis academy for developing well-rounded, successful, high-performance tennis players and young adults. Elite Tennis Academy will develop a player’s overall growth by emphasizing on and off-court development – we will provide the proper guidance and tools necessary to progress to the next level(s) in a competitive and supportive environment.
Elite Tennis Academy. Our mission is to develop well-rounded, successful, high-performance tennis players and young adults.
Elite Tennis Academy will provide:
- Training with former touring professional
- Extended match play experience
- USTA tournament training
- College recruiting prep
- Strength and conditioning
- Focus on decision making
- Individual progress monitoring
Our team has worked across the country in elite academies with top-flight players – now is your chance to learn from them and train with them.
Will Choy is the managing director of the Elite Tennis Group. Will played college tennis at NYU and began training as a teaching professional in various clubs in NYC. After taking a leave from tennis to pursue a legal and business career, Will returned to teaching at Magarity Tennis Club in Flourtown where he’s spent the last 15 years. During his time at Magarity, Will has developed dozens of highly ranked USTA high school and college players. Additionally, Will has trained numerous teaching professionals who have gone on to work in the area’s renowned country clubs.
Paloma Escobedo is one of our Guest Professionals and player mentor. Paloma was a top-ranked junior in Southern California before relocating her training to the John Newcombe Academy in Texas, where she developed into a blue-chip recruit. Paloma accepted a full tennis scholarship from Ohio State University, where she played #1 singles and doubles and earned MVP honors in 2010. After graduation, Paloma competed in professional tournaments on the WTA Challenger circuit. What makes Paloma an outstanding teaching professional are her skills, experience, and desire to mentor young players.
Guest pro – former University of Iowa Hawkeye standout.
Abby Caddick grew up competing and training in the Philadelphia area and went on to play at Methodist University where she was voted team captain and earned all conference honors. Abby graduated with a double major in mathematics and computer science with a minor in professional tennis management. She is certified as a teaching professional by the USPTA and PTR and certified as a USTA official and master racquet technician by the USRSA. Abby has been playing tennis as long as she can remember and has a real passion for the game. She loves teaching and watching players progress.
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