This interests me. I see from re-reading your first post that you're playing at the incredible level.
When I have training weeks (non-match weeks), I usually spend twelve hours on physical conditioning, though how it breaks down varies depending on whether I'm in the early game (before the first tournament win — generally the first four months or so), midgame (roughly until she breaks rank 50 in singles or 20 in doubles) or endgame (when she's a fully mature player). In the early game it's two hours apiece on each of the six disciplines. By the midgame it's three hours apiece of four exercises, and by the end four hours apiece of three things, yoga always being one of them.
I also do three hours on each mental discipline during the early game for as long as her Experience points last, dropping to two each during the midgame and one after she gets pegged in the 95+ range. After that she rests long enough to bring her form back to 100.
The remainder of the training week is split between technical skills, sparring and rest. In the early game it's about 2:1 skills to rest, sometimes 3:1 depending on how tired she is (there being no good partners available). By the midgame it's split pretty evenly between the three, and by the endgame it's usually 2:4:3 or 2:4:2 technical to sparring to rest.
This all varies based on circumstance, of course. Sometimes there are no Experience points left to spend, and sometimes her physical skills are so finely honed that she only needs six hours of tune-up, instead of twelve. When she's jet-lagged more time goes to her mental training, and so on.
During tournaments I do almost exclusively resting and sparring. I like to spar so I can compare myself to future opponents and get an idea whether I'll need to spend experience (and how much) to get past them. I very much appreciated it when Manutoo changed the available partners to exclude those you might play in the next round. I thought that reduced a 'cheat' or exploit in the game that I had been taking advantage of. I also like knowing that I'm coming up in the world when I find myself sparring against Sabina Applemans during the early rounds of several tournaments in a row.