US Open 2017 Can Teach Juniors a Lot

I was fortunate enough to be able to come to New York this year. Junior US Open starts during second week of regular US Open 2017 so this opportunity gave me a chance to see many top professional players. Hanging … Continue reading

Responsible Athlete Develops Faster

Tennis coaches have to teach own players a lot of things. We go through technical skills (backswing, grip), tactical skills (taking advantage of short balls, hitting with more spin while being under pressure), physical abilities (improving speed, developing dynamic balance) … Continue reading

Don’t Try to Be Perfect

“Perfect shot”. “It was a perfect match”. “The conditions were perfect”. These and many more sentences we can hear during practice sessions or while being on the tournament. What is the one word that connects all these example? The word … Continue reading

Top Mistakes in Coaching Communication

There are a lot of great tennis coaches in each country. They have solid experience, huge knowledge and desire to be the best they can be. There we also have great tennis players. Skilled, motivated and willing to sacrifice a … Continue reading

Injury – Catastrophe or Blessing?

Sport is beautiful. Every person who participates in sport can confirm that. Hundreds of hours spent on being better than our yesterday’s version, tens of spectacular wins, many sad evenings after tough losses and several moments when in doubts according … Continue reading