The Great Debate: Open Stance or Closed Stance
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1M ago
With each one having its own advantages and disadvantages, which one is the right one to use as often as possible ..read more
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How I Would Structure a High Performance Player’s Training Week Leading Into a Tournament
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1M ago
When it comes to planning your training week, whether you’re playing a tournament on the upcoming weekend or not should always be taken into account. It will affect how much you practice, how much strength & conditioning you do, how many sets you play, how much time you spend on technical work, and how much time you spend drilling ..read more
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Why taking your child to a collegiate or pro event can be a game changer
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1M ago
If you can’t see these things in person, it’s hard to get inspired by them. It’s hard to feel the magic. It’s hard to feel the crowd come alive. It’s a completely different feeling to see a 145mph serve in person come off of Isner’s racquet. To hear the sound of Juan Martin Del Potro’s forehand as it connects with the center of his strings ..read more
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Pick Your Junior Tennis Poison
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2M ago
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A Key Element to Mental Toughness: Routines In-Between Points
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3M ago
You can’t be mentally tough without handling the routines in-between points properly. Player’s spend more time in a match dealing with their internal dialogue, than actually hitting a ball ..read more
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How a Parent Should Handle the Time In-Between 2nd & 3rd Sets
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3M ago
What should they do? They’re not a coach, but here they are, with their child about to go into a nerve wrecking third set tiebreak (or regular set depending on the tournament), and are looking for guidance ..read more
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The Difference Between A Good Attitude & A Champion’s Attitude
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4M ago
It’s a hard thing to explain to someone if they haven’t gone through something incredibly difficult and challenging, and refused to back down. It can also seem like an unfair thing to explain to a young athlete, but it’s a necessary thing for them to learn ..read more
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Podcast with Jonathan Stokke from Baseline Intelligence
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4M ago
If you haven't listened to the Baseline Intelligence podcast, and you're a tennis coach, parent, or player, you need to! Stokke has an incredible wealth of knowledge, from his experience as a junior and collegiate player, playing in the US Open, coaching in college tennis, and now a private coach with an amazing podcast ..read more
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2023 Review: 3 things I learned & 3 things that stayed the same
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5M ago
Some great lessons were learned, along with some painful ones, but that's how we grow. I'm looking forward to more training blocks, more tournament matches reviewed, and more conversations with parents. In the meantime, please enjoy the 3 things I learned as a coach, but also the 3 things that stayed the same in 2023 ..read more
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How important is it to train with higher level players?
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5M ago
This blog was a difficult one to write, so I will be directing you to the podcast instead. Answering this question is straight forward, but finding that type of environment is difficult. There will always be a higher level training group so at some point, a coach has to say no, they can’t move you up. So here are the main points of the podcast, and I encourage you to watch or listen to the podcast to get all of the details behind my thoughts ..read more
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