It is almost 20 years since the IDTC Academies (International Development Tennis Center) were founded in Argentina by Fernando Segal and at the end of 2005 they broke into Mexico, creating a new and sophisticated development program in different clubs in the country.
The General Director of IDTC, Gabriel Fainguersch, was satisfied with the work carried out and at the same time ready to face a series of challenges that will allow him to continue positioning the Academy as one of the most prestigious in Latin America.
“We are very happy with everything that has been achieved. The long-term relationships we have with very big clubs have strengthened us a lot. That speaks of the value of the development of the methodology that we have and, at the same time, the development of the people who are in charge of the clubs. We agree that development is done in the very long term. Sometimes they want immediate changes, but that doesn’t exist. It is a sport, with a process, in the very long term. That is bearing fruit for us”, says the Argentine certified by the Tennis Association of his country.
Fainguersch explains that at IDTC they have “programs for all kinds of people and ages. Our eyes are drawn to the high competition, but we must understand who we are serving. The bulk of the population is recreational, that will allow us to keep the courts full”.
Undoubtedly, one of the keys to success at the IDTC Academies is constant “training, all the trainers have a high level of knowledge. We have more than 40 years of experience managing clubs, understanding what the member wants. We present them with options so that they can clearly develop within the club, but with a whole sustainable methodology that has endured over time”.
Currently the IDTC Academies have Club Mundet in Mexico City, Lomas Sporting Club and Club Tecamachalco in the State of Mexico, as well as Club Campestre Tuxtla in Chiapas and others as affiliated clubs that use the methodologies.
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