Tennis Lessons for Kids, Adults, Kids tennis coach Private and Group San Jose CA, Bay team tennis academy

Title: Founder

Seydou is a professional tennis player who played on the ATP Tour for several years. He started teaching in 2008 at Chris Evert Tennis Academy, one of the famous tennis academies in the US in Boca Raton, Florida. He moved to the bay area in 2009 and worked with Eagle Fustar the same year and The Harker School for over 3 years as head coach. Seydou loves to spread the culture of learning and transfer his knowledge to others.

He is a PTR Professional certified coach and has a high standard of playing and teaching skill. These experiences gave him the knowledge to train and develop young players and  players at the junior level and produce college players

 

ACHIEVEMENT AND AWARD

Coached and Hitting partner with Madison Keys in 2008-2009 at Chris Evert Academy currently number 11 in the WTA ranking and  Ajla Tomljanovic, ranked number 33 in the WTA.

PTR professional certified with 10 and under, junior development and Adult development

Helped 8 players make college  tennis team in the past 5 years. Seydou, professional ATP player and tennis coach in San Jose CA. Tennis Academy, PTR Professional certified.

Kids tennis coach Private & Group Tennis Lessons | professional APT player -San Jose Area‎, Bay team tennis academy

 

Bay Team Tennis Academy is a youth and adults tennis training academy, specialized to train and develop players who are looking to excel in their game.

Our program is designed to suit players from any age group and level of play, whether they are a beginner, intermediate or advanced player. We focus on fundamental skills for beginners and intermediate players by improving their technical and tactical skills. These are the fundamentals of the game, and through a 4 step method used by our coaches starting with ball dropping, hand tossing, racket feeding, and rallies, we develop their skills targeting their errors in specified drills. Each clinic we train our players on a particular skill or stroke, using equipment and the correct court size/ball level in order to give them a chance to hit the ball and work on that given stroke.