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. (See partial list of past TAS players)
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Caroline and the UNC Tar Heels just won the NCAA indoor championship this past week at the ITA National Team Indoor Championship in Charlottesville, VA.
Nami Otsuka and Bailey Showers won the boys and girls 18 and under singles at the Icy Hot USTA Southern Level 2 Championships in Mobile. In addition, Nami won the doubles, too! We're especially proud as our players grow and mature and their successes!
Former Academy player and two-time All-American, Caroline Price won the USTA/ITA Carolinas Women's Tennis Regional Monday morning in Chapel Hill, NC. The UNC Tar Heel senior earned a spot in the ITA National Indoor Championship field that takes place Nov. 6-9 in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center.
Georgia Tech and former Academy player, Megan Kurey and her partner Kendal Woodard won the 2013 USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships, held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center over the past weekend.