Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) May 26, 2014
Bayview Village Tennis Camp (http://www.BayviewVillageTennisCamp.ca), the Greater Toronto Area’s leading provider of first-class tennis camps and clinics for players of all ages and skill levels, is commenting on the upcoming French Open, the most significant professional tennis tournament, and its importance to aspiring young tennis players.
“It’s the one tournament that everyone knows and talks about,” says Peter Nielsen, director of Bayview Village Tennis Camp. “Regardless of whether one’s a tennis fan, a player, or not really involved in tennis at all, the French Open is just that well-known and respected for always featuring the best of the sport.”
This year’s French Open tournament will begin on May 25 and stretch to June 8. It features both men’s and women’s matches, with names such as Serena Williams and Roger Federer competing. (Source: G.W., “News from the French: Day One,” Roland-Garros web site, May 20, 2014; http://www.rolandgarros.com/en_FR/news/articles/2014-05-20/201405201400597394813.html.)
“While watching all the big names at the French Open compete is great entertainment, there is a more valuable aspect to watching these players perform,” Nielsen explains. “It’s great motivation for the kids at our camp that have dreams of playing professionally one day, and being able to watch these matches and see just how tough the competition can be is a great lesson.”
Nielsen also acknowledges that the tournament can be used as a teaching tool, as it’s a lot easier for kids to take the lessons they’re being taught seriously when they look on TV and see their favourite players doing some of the same things.
"Bayview Village Tennis Camp has summer camps upcoming for all kids who may be inspired by the athletes at the French Open,” Nielsen concludes. “Whether a child has hopes of being professional or just enjoys the sport, Bayview Village Tennis Camp caters to kids of all skill levels and aspirations.”
Bayview Village Tennis Camp provides first-class tennis camps and clinics for players of all ages and skill levels. Club director Peter Nielsen, a National Senior Champion and former member of the national coaching team for Tennis Canada, has successfully worked with juniors at all levels of the game, from grassroots to international. Beginner and intermediate students will learn at a six-to-one student-to-instructor ratio, while advanced and tournament players practice at a four-to-one student-to-instructor ratio. All program content at Bayview Village Tennis Camp is implemented by Tennis Canada-certified tennis professionals. In addition to summer camps, Nielsen and the Bayview Village Tennis Camp Assistant Pros are also available for private lessons. To learn more about Bayview Village Tennis Camp, visit the company’s web site at http://www.BayviewVillageTennisCamp.ca or contact Bayview Village Tennis Camp at 905-889-7293.