Collective Tennis School was founded in the summer of 2014 by Konstantinos Vouroukos and Giorgos Kakalos (both are licensed as tennis coaches and are responsible for the competitive and high performance divisions as well as the entire Academy). Beyond the normal operation of an academy, the school also aims to the creation and implementation of innovative and high-performance athletic activities for all ages and all levels of athletes. From juniors and adults that are just starting to learn tennis to high-performance juniors and professionals from Greece or abroad. To achieve these goals, the Collective T.S. team consists of licensed and experienced coaches and trainers with national and international distinctions.
The School runs a wide range of coaching programs specifically developed and executed for the needs of each age group and each level. The Play & Stay programs for juniors and adults, Tennis 10s, Tennis Program 11-17 and TennisXpress (Development of players under 10, development and learning of players aged 11-17 years, but also learning adult players, through the training of technical and tactical goals in all game situations, assembling skills training) but also Development and High-Performance programs for 11-14 and 15-17 year old players (Technique-centered/Game-centered Technical-Tactical Training, Fitness Training, Training of Mental skills).
An integral part of the Academy are its innovative programs, which aim to give the opportunity to people from every region and at any time of the season to train at the academy. Indicatively some of them are the Weekly Sessions Year Round, the Intensive Training Sessions (a Saturday 2h per month), PreTournament Sessions (for Competitive-Advanced and High Performance Players), Fitness Tennis by Collective TS (1 h per Week) etc.
Meanwhile, the academy carries out sports activities for juniors and adults such as internal tournaments specially designed for the needs of its members, recreational sports days and training camps aimed at training and entertaining the participants.