Dellavedova Tennis Academy (DTA) in Wonga Park is Changing The Game
Dellavedova Tennis Academy (DTA) in Wonga Park is changing the game of tennis, with master tennis coach Peter Dellavedova at the helm. With a new team and fresh plans, 2023 is looking like another big year for DTA.
Champion young player Matt "Maffa" Dellavedova.
Peter Dellavedova and his expert team are equipping Australian tennis players with a broad array of skills which can be taken with them into a post tennis career. With their high performance sessions held in Wonga Park, an extensive tennis facility, DTA is creating an environment for elite athletes to excel with their abilities. DTA features an array of clay courts and hard courts to simulate championship conditions.
A rare moment of rest during a high performance session.
DTA is a family business that runs a coaching program across a wide range of levels, from beginners to professional. Peter Dellavedova, Director of Global Tennis Operations is a former Australian professional tennis player, who has been a highly successful coach over decades, training many top juniors of Australian tennis.
Peter Dellavedova master coach.
Peter's son Andrew Dellavedova, Australian Manager of DTA Operations, is also a successful coach, as well as Drew Reed, Director of High Performance who has extensive international experience. All coaches are trained in the unique DTA Methodology and Philosophy.
Up and coming player Ethan Dent.
At Dellavedova Tennis Academy, Peter and his team have a passion to get Australia back on the world stage by creating opportunities to be a dominant tennis nation again. In order to achieve this goal Peter Dellavedova has developed a unique coaching methodology based on Linear Compression and teaches these principles.
Peter Dellavedova with son Matt Dellavedova.
DTA has a wide range of courts, including several clay courts.
Incredible views from DTA, on the doorstep of the famous Yarra Valley food and wine region.
Another dream is to provide unique pathways and greater opportunity for Australian tennis players to enable a successful career in professional tennis globally. At present, many young Australian tennis player spend long periods overseas in order to chase their tennis dream. This can be a challenging lifestyle and there's the difficulty of sheer expense. DTA is developing solutions to complement current structures in place.