Coach Ed Krass, founder and director of the 29th Annual College Tennis Exposure Camp, talked recently with podcast host Lisa Stone of ParentingAces.
ParentingAces — a free online resource for tennis parents — offers articles and podcasts to help parents as they navigate the process of junior tennis development and college tennis preparation.
Coach Ed Krass, who pioneered the concept of College Tennis Exposure Camps nearly 30 years ago, has extensive experience coaching at the collegiate level — at Harvard University, Clemson University and University of Central Florida — as well as coaching individual professional players in the World Team Tennis League as coach of the Charlotte Heat.
One goal of Coach Krass’ College Tennis Exposure Camps is to help players get exposure to college coaches so they can be recruited to play college tennis. The camps are open to male and female players ages 14-18.
Using an instructional camp format – which includes singles and doubles drills and matchplay competition – the camps encourage every player to be the best they can be. This summer, Krass will direct 2-day, 4-day and 10-day College Tennis Exposure Camps at University of Virginia, Lehigh University and Brandeis University. For complete details and online registration, please visit collegetennis.com.
Click on the link below to listen to Coach Krass and Lisa Stone discuss how the College Tennis Exposure Camps educate high school players about college tennis preparation, recruiting and tennis training.
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