We Train Champions
Weil Academy has trained many junior world champions including former ITF No. 1 junior and ATP World Tour Top 10 player Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, and ITF world-ranked No. 2 Ksenia Milevskaya. There have been top professionals such as World No. 4 and 2009 Australian Open Semifinalist Vera Zvonereva of Russia and Top 50 Sesil Karatancheva of Kazakhstan who have trained at Weil Academy. But Coach Weil’s vision has always been clear for his players, and his vision separates Weil Academy from all other tennis academies worldwide: to train and prepare young players to play college tennis at the highest level and study at top universities in America.
We Focus on Results
The results of this mission speak for themselves. Weil has trained and placed over 400 US and International students in prestigious American universities like Stanford, Duke, Dartmouth, Johns Hopkins, Georgetown, Emory, Carleton College, Cornell, Brown, UC Berkeley, UCLA, Northwestern, UC San Diego, USC, Notre Dame, NYU, Williams College, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara and many, many more. Some of those players have achieved outstanding success on the court winning six NCAA Team Championships, 10 NCAA All American awards and one NCAA Individual Championship! IN addition, since 1997, Weil has also produced over 100 junior national champions and 50 international champions including one Wimbledon Junior Champion, Two US Junior Champions, two French Open Junior Champions, six Orange Bowl Champions, and six Eddie Herr Champions. Three of Weil’s players have reached the Top 10 in the ITF end of the year rankings.
Unsurpassed College Placement Record
No other American coach nor international academy has achieved more success in placing their students in top American Universities over the past 20 years than Weil Academy. Weil attributes this success to his rigorous selection process and his unique training program focused on achieving excellence on and off the court. The secret, he feels, is finding motivated players whose dream it is to study and compete in American Universities, and the designs customized training programs and competitive schedules for each player to reach their dreams.
“Tennis is an international sport, and what we have helped so many parents and players understand is that tennis is also the KEY to gaining admission into top universities around America, very often on scholarship. Parents around the world are just becoming aware of the incredible opportunities for their children in the US through tennis. Our proven record of placing students in top universities matches perfectly with parents’ goals for a better future for their children,” Weil believes.