Tournament Info

U.S. College Summer Tennis Tours @ George Mason University, Virginia (July 1 – 14, 2018)
July 1, 2018 - July 14, 2018
May 1, 2018 - June 14, 2018
  • 122,500 Baht Per Person
  • Flight And Visa Not Included
  • Entry Deadline June 14, 2018


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Schedule of Event

Sunday, July 1, 2018

  • Families Arrive at Dulles International Airport (IAD)
  • Greet & Pick up by U.S. College Tennis Team
  • Check-in to GMU Dormitory
  • Lunch at GMU Cafeteria
  • Afternoon Training & Welcome Meeting
  • Dinner at GMU Cafeteria

Monday, July 2, 2018

  • GMU College Tour
  • Training

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

  • Training

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

  • College Showcase Tournament (UTR)
  • Training

Thursday, July 5, 2018

  • College Showcase Tournament (UTR)
  • Training

Friday, July 6, 2018

  • Training
  • Washington DC Area College Tour:

Saturday, July 7, 2018

  • Training

Sunday, July 8, 2018

  • College Visit: VCU, Richmond, Williams& Mary
  • Training

Monday, July 9, 2018

  • Training

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

  • Training

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

  • Training

Thursday, July 12, 2018

  • Training

Friday, July 13, 2018

  • Training

Saturday, July 14, 2018

  • Depart from Dulles International Airport (IAD)

What's At Stake?

JULY 1 – JULY 14, 2018: 14 DAYS – 13 NIGHTS

Our U.S. COLLGE TENNIS SUMMER Camps offer the best overnight summer camps for juniors, with All Skills, Tournament Training, and High School programs.

The Summer Developmental Program at GMU Tennis Center is a highly focused, personalized, training program designed to help each player further develop all aspects of their game – technical abilities, strategies, mental and physical acumen.

Our goal is for each player to reach maximum performance potential.

What does the Summer Camp program include?

  • 26 hours of tennis training per week
  • 5 hours of physical fitness training / Sports activities
  • Accommodation at the supervised residency within the George Mason University
  • Breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner within the George Mason University
  • Medical attention, physiotherapy and nutritional care
  • Customized Tournaments and College Visit
  • Leisure activities

What to Bring?


Jimmy Davis

A collegiate standout as both a player and a head coach at George Mason University, Jimmy has the versatility to motivate and develop top-level tennis talent. Jimmy is currently the youngest Division 1 tennis coach in the nation.

As a student athlete at George Mason, Jimmy shattered the record to become the player with the most wins in GMU tennis program history. Jimmy has been honored a first team all- conference player for both the Atlantic-10 conference as well as the Colonial Athletic Association.

Before excelling in collegiate play, Jimmy was the #2 ranked player in Virginia, a top 10 Mid- Atlantic player and a top 100 player in the country.

Jimmy has enjoyed time as an ATP coach at the Citi Open and the assistant coach for the George Mason Team before being promoted to head coach.

Vinh Do

Vinh Do’s career up to date includes an extensive track record of training young student-athletes to successfully compete in college programs, developing junior tennis programs in northern Virginia and earning awards for his contributions to the world of tennis.

Since 2001, graduates of his tennis programs have matriculated at various universities as student-athletes, including UVA, Cornell, Mason, MIT, University of Chicago, Colgate, and the United States Military Academy. In addition to being the full time Men’s Assistant Coach at George Mason University, Vinh has also taught and mentored two current Div. I coaches as well as the International Tennis Federation’s No. 5-ranked player in the world. Tournament play is also a strength for Do with his students having earned three Gold Balls and one Silver Ball at national championships.

In addition, he has been on the Coaches Commission (best youth coaches in Mid-Atlantic) since 2009 and was named the Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year in 2007. Do has also had the distinction of serving as Team USA’s Under-10 coach at the prestigious Smirkva Bowl, the world championship for that age classification.

In 2000 Do teamed up with Fairfax Racquet Club to create the leading junior tennis program in the area. His program had 200 students at the outset and had grown to over 800 students by the end of his time at FRC.

Never satisfied with his accomplishments, Do also founded the Thai Tennis Organization of America, The Asian Festival (Reston, VA), and a USTA Pro-Circuit event that was adopted by the WTA. He also has a 15-year history of generous volunteerism that includes the donation of an extensive number of private lessons to student-athletes from underserved communities each year.

Steve Hyre

Steve brings a wealth of knowledge and energy as a former varsity player for George Mason University. As an athlete for GMU Steve was awarded the CAA commissioners award and was an a member of the National Collegiate Scholars association.

Before joining the A Plus Tennis team, Steve served as a Director in the Junior Program at FRC as well as an assistant director at SportFit Bowie. He has also worked as an instructor for FirstServe Tennis and contracted with FUNdamental Tennis.

Prior to competing for GMU, Steve was an ESPN RISE Top 10 DC/Metro area player, winning 1st team all-county honors twice and two Maryland Region 3 Doubles championships. Steven has also spent time as the volunteer assistant coach for the Prince Georges County Champion Bowie Bulldog tennis team and is PTR certified.

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