Bril Tennis Academy

Located in Prague, Chech Republic, 15 15-minute metro ride from the city center, the Academy offers programs tailored to all levels, from beginners to professionals. Beyond on-court and physical preparation, Bril Academy places significant emphasis on physiological preparation.

The Academy is managed by its unbeatable leader – Professor Mikhail Bril, the author of the “Tennis Talent Test” program, a specialized test for analyzing and developing physiological tennis abilities, recognized and utilized by world-famous tennis players like Dinara Safina (No.1 WTA), Evgenia Kulikovskaya (No.46 in doubles WTA), Mikhail Kukushkin (No.46 ATP), Konstantin Kravchuk (No.79 ATP), Alexander Kudryavsev (No.117 ATP), Roman Safiullin (No.43 ATP). 

Meet the Team

Mikhail Bril (Founder) 

Professor Bril has several decades of psychological expertise in preparing tennis players, including top-ranked ATP/WTA players. He elaborated and patented a unique method of analyzing and developing tennis qualities and abilities called the “Tennis Talent Test.”

Oleg Bril (Head Coach) 

Dr. Oleg Bril, a Faculty of Physical Education and Sports graduate at Charles University in Prague, holds the title of MASTER+ tennis coach from the Russian Tennis Federation and is a certified coach of the Czech Tennis Union. He is an author of online tennis video tutorials: – “The Master’s Collection,” and a course on tennis tactics and psychology named – “How to Become Invincible.”


Tennis Talent Test program€ 14940-60 minutes

Bril Tennis Academy Facilities


Indoor Hard Courts:  3.

Outdoor Clay Corts: 3 (one court is being covered during the winter season)


  • Badminton court
  • Recreation area with a ping pong table
  • Restaurant
  • Parking
  • Shop: range of tennis rackets and tennis equipment 
  • Changing rooms with restroom facilities 




Additional information

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, often nicknamed the “city of a hundred spires,” is, no doubt, one of Europe’s most spectacular cities, good to visit in every season.

Old Town Square 

The 12th-century square comprises historical buildings of the Old Town Hall, the iconic Astronomical Clock, and the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn. The square is a kaleidoscope of colorful houses, the view of which can be enjoyed by climbing to the top of the Old Town Hall. Bordered by the Old Town Hall is Prague’s most visited site – the astronomical clock. Established in 1410, it is the world’s third-oldest astronomical clock and the oldest one still functioning. Since 1410, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., the Astronomical Clock of the Old Town Hall jumps to life every hour.

Charles Bridge

The renowned Charles Bridge was built in 1357 and connects Old Town to the “Smaller  Quarter” (Mala Strana).  It’s one of the city’s most picturesque and romantic parts — the perfect spot for Instagram photos.  

Prague Castle 

The Prague Castle, once home to Bohemian kings, has changed a great deal since its construction in the 10th century and, as a result, comprises different architectural styles. It has been included in the Guinness Book as the largest ancient castle in the World. One of the castle’s main attractions is the stunning stained glass of St. Vitus Cathedral. From the top, magnificent views are opening over the Vltava River, the Charles Bridge, and the Old City with numerous church spires.


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    May I rent a court, and what would be the cost?

    No court rental services are being offered.

    Do you provide any programs for children, and if so, starting from what age?

    The program is intended for adults and children over 6 years of age.

    I’m not familiar with how to play tennis. Are there options available for beginners like me?

    Any level of preparedness (from beginners to experienced players) are invited to the training.

    Is there parking available?

    Yes, parking slots are available in the academy.

    Do you offer group training sessions?

    Both individual players and groups (with or without their own coach) can come.

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