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Philosophy

The Justine Henin Tennis Academy philosophy does not see performance as an end in itself. The result of an activity is essentially the result from a state of mind.
 
For the player and his or her team, this mindset means to do everything possible to reach his or her potential in any circumstance, be it during fitness training, a tennis practice or a match...
This philosophy will positively impact all activities, on and off the court.
 
To reach their potential, the player must fully engage in what he or she can control. The only parameter of the "performance" that can be controlled is the process that led him to make the most of himself or herself that day.
 
To implement this philosophy, all the resources of the academy are focused on putting the player in optimal conditions, whether in tennis, physical, mental or emotional.
The primary mission of the Academy is to support, guide and help the player evolve in their sport, regardless of age or level.
 
 
VISION
The Justine Henin Tennis Academy aims to propose training programs adapted to all ages and levels, from 3.5 years of age, from the first contact with the racket up the performance at the high level.

MISSION
To reach this purpose, the Justine Henin Tennis Academy has set up:
  • methods of learning which place the human being and the human relationships first;
  • a program adapted to every age, level, and goals;
  • a team of professionals dedicated to the program, contents, and methods of teaching of the Justine Henin Tennis Academy;

OBJECTIVES

  • to create the environmental conditions favorable to the learning and to the development of the potential of the players;
  • to develop the human values connected to sports:
    • HUMILITY
    • RESPECT
    • WILLPOWER
    • SELF-CONTROL
    • AUTONOMY
    • SELF-CONFIDENCE
  • to guide players to reach their full potential; 
  • to train and develop players to the top-level.

 

QUALITY ENGAGEMENT

  • priority to the development as a person;
  • programs with qualified coaches;
  • adapted methods of learning;
  • courts and practices structured according to objectives;
  • an environment of adapted learning;
  • quality service and attentive listening;

 

 
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