LONDON (Reuters) - Here are some details about three top international tennis academies that aim to train some of the tennis stars of the future.
Mouratoglou Tennis Academy
Biot, French Riviera, France
Accomplishment: Founder & CEO Patrick Mouratoglou has guided more than 40 players into the Top 100. His most famous protege is Serena Williams, whom he has coached to 10 grand slam singles titles. Other alumni include Grigor Dimitrov and Marcos Baghdatis.
Tennis training programme: €19,750
Full boarding: €13,250
Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar
Manacor, Mallorca, Spain
Accomplishment: Opened in 2016. Toni Nadal, the long-time coach and uncle of 15-times grand slam winner Rafa Nadal, is the head of the academy and his famous nephew often trains there.
Tennis training Programme: €26,500
Accommodation & catering: €19,000
Academic course at American International School: €10,500
IMG Academy Bollettieri tennis programme
Bradenton, Florida, USA
Accomplishment: 10 world No. 1 players developed including Maria Sharapova and Andre Agassi
Full boarding (includes private school tuition, sport tuition as well as standard housing & meal options): $78,250 (€70,187) for high school
Editing by Gareth Jones