More than 13 NCAA All-Americans ...
More than 6 NCAA national champions ...
and 2 junior national champions.
A full-service training academy for the player who strives to achieve the best they can in tennis, academics, and character.
A staff of 12 instructors and more than 100 players in training.
The staff and resources to allow any player to reach the level of excellence they desire: high school team, advanced junior competition, collegiate tennis, or the pro circuits.
Tennis Academy of the South
Founded by Gery Groslimond, the Tennis Academy of the South (TAS) is one of the oldest and most renowned tennis training programs in the South as well as the US!
With a staff of 12 instructors and more than 100 players in training, the Tennis Academy of the South is a full-service training academy for the player who strives to achieve the best they can in tennis, academics, and character.
Gery has taught more nationally ranked players than any other coach in the South, including 12 NCAA All-Americans, 5 NCAA national champions, and 2 junior national champions. Â (See partial list of past TAS players)
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Alabama’s Andie Daniell was named the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year the conference office announced on Wednesday. Daniell also earned Second Team All-SEC and All-Freshman Team honors.
TAS players excelled at the recent Icy Hot tournament in Norcross!
Galen Lee won the Icy Hot USTA Southern Level 2 Tournament in Mobile Alabama. One the way to the championship, Galen won six singles matches, dropping only one set. Congratulations Galen on the hard work and your success!
In her professional tennis debut, former TAS player and North Carolina All-America Caroline Price won the second annual Mr. Rogers Windows Charlotte Clay Classic.