Our method draws from the more than 35 years of accomplishments and professional experience of Lluís Bruguera, one of the world’s most prestigious and successful coaches, and Sergi Bruguera, two-time French Open champion and one of the best players in the history of Spanish tennis.
The Academy is a high-performance centre with a unique, world renowned programme endorsed by the more than 25 former players who succeeded in breaking into the Top 100 in the ATP and WTA rankings.
Our Academy is backed by over 35 years of success
The method employs a comprehensive training system that encompasses technical, strategic, physical and mental development.
The basis of the programme’s success is putting into practice, through appropriate exercises, a style of tennis based on acceleration, attack and defence, balance and footwork. This way, players learn to automatise movements, develop a solid, organised style of play, learn to choose and successfully manage their emotions and relationships.
The Bruguera Method prepares players to compete through a training system that involves technical development, tactical skills, fitness, mental toughness, nutrition and preventive medicine, video analysis, participation in national and international competitions and formal education.
We develop competitive values such as: leadership, competitiveness, positive mindset, capacity for ongoing learning, concentration and winning character.
A METHODOLOGY BUILT ON VALUES AND KNOWLEDGE THAT TURN PLAYERS INTO STRONG COMPETITORS CAPABLE OF REACHING THEIR HIGHEST LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE:
THE METHODOLOGY AND WORK SYSTEM DETERMINE THE SUCCESS OF ALL PROFESSIONAL TENNIS PLAYERS (LLUÍS BRUGUERA)
A SOLID, ORGANISED GAME IS VITAL TO COMPETING AT A HIGH LEVEL (SERGI BRUGUERA)
Two-time French Open champion
Silver medallist at the Atlanta Olympic Games
Highest ATP ranking: 3
Silver medallist at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games
2004 Davis Cup winner as Spanish team captain
6 ATP singles titles and 4 doubles titles
Highest ATP ranking: 23
Winner of the Hamburg ATP Masters (1990)
4 ATP titles
Highest ATP ranking: 7
2016 French Open champion
2015 Wimbledon finalist
Highest WTA ranking: 2
Numerous other high-ranking former professional tennis players also trained at the Bruguera Academy, including Fernando Luna (33 ATP), Diego Nargiso (67 ATP), Albert Portas (56 ATP), Óscar Martínez (68 ATP), José Imaz (146 ATP), Julián Alonso (53 ATP), Karim Alami (26 ATP), Maria Antonia Sánchez (33 WTA), Marta Fraga (273 WTA) and Julia Vakuelnko (31 WTA).