The Bajoit Program

Tennis Training

Well-rounded tennis instruction

Tennis Training

  • Camp instruction system designed by Hunter Bajoit and Neil Adams

  • Run by Bajoit Tennis Academy and current and former NCAA players

  • Personalized attention with 4:1 player to staff ratio

  • Build upon what you learn in your regular training

Fitness training

Improve explosiveness, speed, and power

Fitness training

  • Learn form from certified university strength coaches

  • Develop tennis specific movements

  • Warm up and stretching that can be used before practice or matches

  • Special guests

  • Yoga in the aerobics studio

Personal Development

Life skills through tennis

Personal Development

  • Learn to set and achieve goals

  • Objective analysis and seeking the truth

  • Unlock life skills that will help long after the camp

  • Mental training for matches

Testimonials

This was one of the highlights of my entire summer and no doubt the most instructional two week period of tennis I have ever experienced. The entire staff worked to ensure that each player received personalized feedback to improve their game while having a great time. It was the most fun I’ve ever had playing tennis, and I couldn’t recommend it enough.

Josh, High School Player

The coaches are very attentive and care about both character and skill development. Even in groups, they give the students personalized attention with customized improvement plans. They also create a community atmosphere where the kids cheer for each other, and they have helped my child develop a love for tennis.

Esther, Parent

I had a lot of fun with my friends and was able to improve my game. The Bajoit Cup team matchplay event was awesome.

Spoorthy, Top 20 Player in Texas 12u

Program Overview

Weeks 1 and 2

Run by the founders of Bajoit Tennis Academy, our camps are designed for players to have a great time and genuinely improve. The core of this is personalized attention and a passion for each player’s development. Our goal is for them to learn concepts that stay with them well after the camp is done.

College Exposure Camp

For high school players, our exposure camp is to introduce you to what’s next. Players often wait and see or hesitate to take action not knowing what they’re actually capable of. The process to college is fun. Let’s maximize it and set you up for the future both athletically and academically. This camp will include a showcase with college coaches in attendance.

 

 

Our Facilities

2024 Camp Facilities

Southwestern- Tennis Courts

Southwestern- Tennis Courts

  • Resurfaced in the summer of 2022

  • Home to the nationally ranked men’s and women’s Southwestern teams

  • PlaySight cameras on 6 courts can be used to record matchplay

  • Many shaded areas and cooling stations will be available for the players

Southwestern- Dining Hall

Southwestern- Dining Hall

  • Newly renovated for 2024

  • All-you-can-eat buffet every meal of the day

  • Multiple stations for choices

  • Many healthy options available

  • Food allergies and dietary preferences can be indicated on your registration form

  • Same setup with Aramark dining services at both Schreiner and Southwestern

Schreiner- Tennis courts

Schreiner- Tennis courts

  • 8 courts in a great layout for camp

  • Shading and hydration station between the courts

  • Right across from dorms, fitness center, and outdoor pool

  • Very short walking distance to cafeteria

Schreiner- Baldwin Hall

Schreiner- Baldwin Hall

  • Brand new dorms

  • Directly across from the tennis courts

  • 4 bedrooms and 8 friends per quad with a shared living room

  • Two bathrooms per quad (shared by two rooms like a suite)

Southwestern Address

1003 Southwestern Blvd, Georgetown, TX 78626

Academy Email

bajoittennis@gmail.com

Schreiner Address

2100 Memorial Blvd, Kerrville, TX 78028

Join The Bajoit Tennis Camp

Registration open!

$920 Per week – overnight

$700 Per week – commuter rate

Week 1: June 30-July 5

Week 2: July 7-11

Week 3: July 14-18

Activities

Sample Daily Schedules

Week 1: Schreiner University
6:45am
Roll Call
7:00am
Soccer on the university Soccer Field or Campus Jog
8:00am
Breakfast at Gus Schreiner Dining Hall
9:00am
Tennis at Cree Family Tennis Center
11:15am
Strength and Fitness Training in Mountaineer Fitness Center
12:00pm
Lunch at Gus Schreiner Dining Hall
1:00pm
Seminar in Lecture Hall
2:00pm
Tennis at Cree Family Tennis Center
5:00pm
Free Time in Baldwin Hall
7:00pm
Dinner at Gus Schreiner Dining Hall
8:00pm
Movie in Campus Theater or Free Time in Video Game Arcade Room
10:30pm
Lights Out
Week 2: Southwestern University
6:45am
Roll Call
7:00am
Kickball at Rockwell Baseball Field
8:00am
Breakfast at Mabee Commons
9:00am
Tennis Drilling with Technical Focus at Marvin D. Henderson Sr., Tennis Courts
11:15am
Guest Speaker #1 in Olin 105 Lecture Hall
12:00pm
Lunch in Mabee Commons
1:00pm
Fitness at Robertson Center Indoor Track
2:00pm
Tennis Matchplay
5:00pm
Free Time in Mabee Residence Hall and Courtyard
6:00pm
Dinner in Mabee Commons
8:00pm
Pickleball Tournament
10:30pm
Lights Out
Week 3: College Exposure Camp
6:45am
Roll Call
7:00am
Fitness and Stretching at Marvin D. Henderson Sr., Tennis Courts
8:00am
Breakfast in Mabee Commons
9:00am
Doubles live ball and Strategy drills at Marvin D. Henderson Sr., Tennis Courts
12:00pm
Lunch in Mabee Commons
1:00pm
Meeting with southwestern admissions leader to learn tips for resume building and applying to schools
3:00pm
Matchplay at Marvin D. Henderson Sr., Tennis Courts
6:00pm
Dinner in Mabee Commons
7:00pm
Free time
8:00pm
Games in walzel gym
10:30pm
Lights Out

Bring In

What To Bring?

01
Tennis racquets
02
Tennis shoes (no running shoes on court)
03
Athletic attire for the week
04
Casual clothes for select evening events
05
Laundry bag
06
Sunscreen, Hat, Tennis Towel, Water Jug
07
Swimsuit (Week 1 only)
08
Toiletries including toilet paper
09
2 twin size sheets, pillow, blanket or sleeping bag, 2 bath towels

frequent questions

FAQ’s

Information on our most frequently asked general questions related to Bajoit Tennis Camp

01.-
What is included in our fee?

23 hours of tennis instruction and matchplay, 6 hours of fitness and yoga, seminars, guest speakers, prizes, buffet style lunch, snacks, a t-shirt and more!

Overnight campers will have additional morning and evening activities, housing, and buffet style meals for breakfast and dinner.

Supervision: Our staff resides in the residence halls and is strategically placed for optimal supervision.

02.-
How do I know if I registered?

Following registration, a confirmation email will be sent to ensure your place at Bajoit Tennis Camp. If you have not received your confirmation email, feel free to contact us at bajoittennis@gmail.com. There is a chance this email was sent to your spam folder.

03.-
What if I need to cancel?

Refunds for Bajoit Tennis Camp are available up to the deadline of one week prior to your specific camp start date, minus the deposit. After that date there are no refunds.

 

04.-
What if I need to transfer to a different session?

Contact us as soon as possible. We cannot guarantee that there will be space in a different session, but we will try our best to accommodate a transfer.

05.-
When do I need to pay?

Payments can be made online now. If you choose to make a deposit, the remaining balance is due one week before your camp start date.

06.-
Am I able to make a roommate request?

Of course! This can be done during the application process. In the event that a roommate request is needed following registration, email us at bajoittennis@gmail.com and we will do our best to honor your roommate request. Roommate requests cannot be coed and must be within 2 years of age. Suite mate requests are also possible and follow the same guidelines.

07.-
How are roommates assigned?

Roommates are assigned based on similar age and gender.

08.-
What if I have any food allergies?

Food allergies can be documented during online registration. In the event that a food allergy was not listed during registration, please contact bajoittennis@gmail.com.

09.-
Can I bring snacks or water to the residence hall?

Snacks and water can be brought to the residence hall. We just ask that every camper picks up after themselves.

10.-
Is there a skill requirement for attending Bajoit Tennis Camp?

There are no skill requirements for attending our camps. The only requirements are that campers are between ages 9-17. Campers will be grouped based on their age and skill level on the first day.

However, there is a skill requirement for the college exposure camp.

11.-
What is the ratio of campers to staff?

4:1. This is one of the lowest camper to staff ratios in the country and allows for personalization of the players’ camp experience.

12.-
Are campers supervised at all times?

Adult supervision is provided 24 hours a day.

13.-
Is there a trainer on campus?

Yes. We have certified trainers from Southwestern University to assist with injury and injury prevention. They will provide water, emergency equipment, and supplies for every station as well.

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