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North Miami Beach Academy (NMBA) - Scott Del Mastro - Head Shot in Suit


Scott Del Mastro has trained professional and junior athletes on U.S. and world circuits for more than 25 years. Del Mastro, who earned a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology from San Diego State University, believes in developing the complete player and person on and off the court.


The owner and operator of the International Tennis Academy (ITA) in Delray Beach, FL, for 14 years, Del Mastro Coached and trained professional and junior athletes on the ATP, WTA, ITF, and US National domestic and world circuits for over 20 years. As a result, he conceptualized and developed Club Med Academies College Placement Program, which has assisted thousands of athletes in the college entrance process, leading to millions of dollars in collegiate athletic and academic scholarships.


Del Mastro’s training specialties are ENERGY Management, Footwork and Movement, Mental Conditioning, and Fitness. Additionally, Del Mastro developed and supported a long-term relationship with the Tianjin Tennis Center in Tianjin, China (one of the most respected Chinese tennis training centers), helping train their professional Men and Women for the past two Chinese National Games, held every four years.


Internationally acknowledged Speaker and Clinician: US Open - New York - Annual Tennis Teacher Conferences, United States Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) annual Coaching Convention, Annual Mexican Coaching Congress sponsored by Centro Mex Tennis, Taiwanese National Coaching Convention, Indonesian National Tennis Federation Sponsored Coaching

Seminars, Jamaican Lawn Tennis Association


His mission is to help people discover what it takes to achieve their goals and ultimately their dreams; and, by working together, to develop sets of tools that are essential in shaping the skills that will facilitate each student to realize their dreams. Personal Quote: "Sometimes obvious, often hidden are the things that will help us reach our potential. Journeying together is what makes it significant for me."

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