This course is designed for coaches working with female tennis players of all ages and levels. Through studying this course coaches will be armed with a new understanding of the female player enabling them to communicate better while facilitating common technical changes for capable athletic females.
97 Lessons | $197 (FREE for Pro Members)
With this course, you’ll learn everything from the nuts and bolts of the musculoskeletal system to the four tiers of the Performance Pyramid, empowering you to help your player feel and play her best.
6 Lessons | $49
The Girls Tennis Strength Development Program is for young female athletes aged between 8-18 years. It is also for players, coaches and parents that are wanting to know the “how, when and why” of strength training for young female athletes.
9 Lessons | FREE for members
This course is designed to introduce coaches to working with female tennis players of all ages and levels. Through studying this course coaches will be armed with a new understanding of the female player enabling them to communicate better while facilitating common technical changes for capable athletic females.
12 Lessons | FREE
This course is for young female athletes aged between 8-18 years. It is also for players, coaches and parents that are wanting to know the “how, when and why” of strength training for young female athletes.
9 Lessons | $39
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At this year’s WTCA New York Conference, we will welcome Adam Sher and Tim Bainton, two people who are making significant advancements in the world of tennis technology and analytics. Adam is the CEO of AccuTennis, and he is working with Tim, among others, to bring to...read more
By Coach Jamie Kirkman One of the biggest topics I often see online and hear coaches talk about is determining the differences when working with male and female players. In my professional opinion, if you are a great coach there really is not a great deal of...read more
By Sandra Zaniewska - WTA tour coach of Petra Martic Maybe you are one, maybe you are affected by one. Either way, I suggest you read on. Yesterday a player I coach lost a match at a tennis tournament in Toronto. More specifically - Petra Martic, ranked 21 in the...read more
Trond Kittelsen has been playing tennis all his life. With very little formal training, he found himself questioning the basics of the game. He understood that there was opportunity for insight, such as swing type and stroke, but how to use that data in order to...read more
A crucial part of coaching is learning how to accurately read your player so you know where to adjust their form and technique. In some cases, trying to “fix” your player can end up being detrimental to their current strengths and style of play. It is important to...read more
Due to the quick pace and sudden weight changes of the game, tennis players at any level are highly prone to injuries. If your athlete is dealing with the long, unwanted journey of an injury, help them understand the road in front of them and the tools they need to...read more
The “coaching carousal” is something we have seen at all levels of tennis. Whether it’s beginner or pro, sometimes a split is inevitable. For coaches, it can often be emotionally difficult to hear that your athlete wants to seek out other instruction. But even in a...read more
The uncontrollable nature of weather has the ability to test the mental toughness of even the strongest players. From a coaching perspective, knowing how to keep your player in the correct mindset, though not to over-coach them, can be a real test. Having to come...read more
There are many external factors on the court that lie outside of an athlete's control. While elements such as weather or court conditions can inhibit performance, the one thing that athletes can always control is how they prepare themselves. When it comes to success,...read more
Lenny Schloss began playing at age 15 and since then has had a longstanding career within the world of tennis. Becoming one of the top 10 Americans on the Pro Tour, he learned the ‘ins and outs’ of the court very quickly. But even after Lenny’s successful career, he...read more
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