Welcome to Santa Barbara School of Tennis

Santa Barbara School of Tennis Tournament Travel Team 1 Santa Barbara School of Tennis Tournament Travel Team 2

• Our Tournament Travel Team (TTT) program provides tournament coaching and supervision, to include: warm up, transportation, supervision, hotel & travel arrangements (if necessary)*:
- Weekend (Sat & Sun) with 4+ players: $250 per player.
- Weekend (Sat & Sun) with 2-3 players: $350 per player.
- One day only with 4+ players: $150 per player
- One day only with 2-3 players: $200 per player
- Tournament match play analysis: $100 per match
- Group warm-up for local tournaments: $20
- Individual warm-up for local tournaments: $45
- For National Tournaments there will be individual arrangements

* All other expenses (like gas, coaches' meals & hotel, etc) are paid separately as shared expenses.
Santa Barbara School of Tennis Tournament Travel Team with Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) at LA Open

Endorsed and recommended by Grigor Dimitrov!

(805) 746-3644 info@sbschooloftennis.com
News & Announcements

• Vasyl Yazadzhiev played very successfuly in the prestigious tournament GD World Junior Tennis Masters Turkey 2015.

Vasyl Yazadzhiev won the Little Mo Consolation Tournament in Florida for Boys-9

• Our junior clinics are now certified for independent PE program.

• We are proud to announce the new "Tennis and Language Program” for international tennis players. The program is for non-English speaking junior tennis players who can come and train at Santa Barbara School of Tennis as they learn English in a leading ESL program in Santa Barbara, California. For more information, please contact us.

Vasyl Yazadzhiev won the Little Mo Consolation Tournament in Florida for Boys-9

• Please join us in congratulating Aminah Hill, Calisa Dellabarca and Vasyl Yazadzhiev for being selected to represent Santa Barbara/Ventura Competitive Training Center (CTC) in 2015!

• Our HEAD Exclusive pro-shop is now online. It is called Tennis-Depot and offers HEAD tennis rackets, bags, shoes, and strings as well as Penn tennis balls.


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