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Riviera Sport Club

TGA school in Mijas

Riviera Sport Club offers you a tennis school under the directive of the prestigious TGA (Tennis Group Academy).

TGA provides professional and high performance services tailored to each student. The school offers different levels of initiation or competition.

The club has six clay tennis courts with self-cleaning and night lighting. In addition, the complex has two mini tennis courts unique in the area.

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Publicada por Riviera Sport Club en Lunes, 25 de junio de 2018

Tennis classes adapted to your skill level

The methodology of the TGA Tennis School has levels from mini-tennis for children from 3 to 7 years, initiation from 7 years and a level of improvement for players with an advanced technique.


This phase is designed for children that are discovering racket sports.


Multiple games are played, which are complemented by working the overall technique. This phase is very important since it contributes to the formation of the child in a healthy social environment, and to his physical development. The classes are carried out with elements of games, trying to improve the assimilation of the sensory elements that surround them.

Within mini tennis we have two categories:

Little tennis: Exercises adapted for children between 3 and 4 years of age.

Mini tennis: Classes adapted for children of 5, 6 and 7 years old. Within this category we have three different levels: Red, yellow and green.

This stage is aimed at teaching techniques, strokes and basic movements. The development of the tactics of the game, the in-depth study of the theory and rules, and the corresponding application of them in practice.


In this level we find students with ages ranging from 7 to 18 years, who are starting in the game or know how to play but not with a certain level.


In the introductory tennis classes the technique is worked on in a more analytical and progressive way, applying teaching methods in which the player progresses little by little with progressions and more complex exercises, reaffirming the technical process and initiating the players in tactics with the creation of a primary game pattern.

In this phase, players receive reciprocal exercises that help the student control their movements, speed, depth and height of the ball, in addition to improving the overall technique.


The TGA tennis training classes at Riviera Sport Club are taught from 7 to 18 years old.


In this phase, special swings are worked on, using the teaching method advancing in a combined, analytical and global way.

We managed to reaffirm the technique and the learning of the game system of feet and variants of the player. We also initiate advanced tactics.

The TGA methodology of learning and perfecting tennis is a global system with a system of drills, fixed and combined exercises, etc.

At the tactical level, game situations and their different variants, game rhythms, precision, percentages, etc. will be simulated.

TGA, a differentiating brand.


TGA has its own competition school where players begin at age 11 to play different level national and international championships.

On the other hand, it has a superior level that is the high competition school. In this case we receive professional players from all over the world who come to our school to improve their quality in the game and compete globally.

 Javier Fernández

Trainer of different players from his training to his incorporation to the ATP circuit, such as Pablo Martín Adalia (410 ATP) or Javier Martí (170 ATP).

In 2004 he received the Prize for the best tennis director in Spain for the RPT.

 Jose Carlos Villaespesa

Player with a Top 50 national ranking. Trainer for 4 years in ATP Tour with Emilio Álvarez (65 ATP), and coach 1 year in WTA Tour with Marina Escobar.

He is currently Director of High Competition School of the Andalusian Federation in Malaga.