Importance of Periodization for Development of Tennis Players

There were more injuries and pull outs in the Australian Open this year than any other slam. With the season having been shortened to give the players more rest, surely there should be less injuries you would think? Over eagerness … Continue reading

How to Prevent Injures in Tennis

How to Prevent Injures in Tennis Recently, famous Belorussian tennis player Max Mirnyi, former #1 in doubles, conducted a practice session in Minsk, Belarus at his tennis center. At the beginning of the event Max shared a secret of his … Continue reading

Don’t Train Like a Tennis Professional

Don’t Train Like a Tennis Professional The biggest mistake tennis coaches and players can make is coping what professional tennis players do. The problem with copying what the tennis pro’s do: When I see a video or piece that says: … Continue reading

Fitness During Tournaments for Tennis Players Trying to be Elite

This past December I had a discussion with a young touring professional  who was having trouble sustaining his level of fitness during matches on the ATP tour. He had some very good chances to win matches against good players, but … Continue reading

Mastering the Fundamentals – ‘Where the Magic Happens’

Mastering the fundamentals – ‘Where the magic happens’ Ahhhh, I can hear some of you already, “Fundamentals, how boring!”. As I am predominantly known as a movement specialist in the sports performance world, I have always believed that you need to … Continue reading