IATF Israeli American tennis foundation, is established in order to support Israeli and American young tennis players, by providing a professional tennis and educational program.
SHLOMO GLICKMAN, BOARD DIRECTOR
Born January 6, 1958 in Rehovot, Israel, Mr. Glickman is a former Israeli professional tennis player. He reached his career-high singles ranking of World No. #22 in November 1982, and his career-high doubles ranking of World No. #28 in February 1986. Mr. Glickstein retired in 1988 and then served as Director of the Israel Tennis Academy in Ramat Hasharon from 1992–96. In the spring of 1998 he was still managing the Israeli Davis Cup and Fed Cup teams.
The System 8
Athletix Rehab & Recovery
THE J TENNIS PROJECT
My name is Benjamin. I am a 15 year-old Jewish boy. Two years ago, I was accepted to a very well-known tennis academy in Spain. The transition was difficult for me because of the distance from my home, friends, and the Jewish values I grew up with. As a young tennis player, I really think that a model that combines professional excellence and achievements, along with Jewish values, is very important.”
Development: 11 and under
High Performance: 12 -14
Elite Program: 16 plus
Part-time: Starts at 2pm
Full-day Program: Morning and late afternoon / Training 5pm – 8pm
Full-day Program includes accommodation in a secure community and by an educational consultant
4 Hard Courts
4 Clay Courts
4 Mini Tennis Courts/ Pickleball
Synthetic Grass Court
Indoor Running Line
Yoga and Gymnastic Room
The David Posnack Jewish Community Center is about 20 minutes driving distance from the Fort Lauderdale Airport and is secured 24/7 by professional security firms.