Why Junior Players Should Stick to Closed Stance

My philosophy on why closed stance MUST be taught in juniors: Let me start with this: Before anyone accuses me of not being a ‘certified tennis coach’, well I am, for 13 years now. Not that it makes me ‘better’, … Continue reading

My Tennis Child Has 4 Ages? What Is That?

In tennis, one has to consider many factors evaluating any child. One important fact to consider for tennis parents and coaches is the age of the child. Of course we all know how old the child is. What we don’t … Continue reading

Why Does My Kid Always Start the Match Poorly?

Match is the real test of tennis skills. You can practice many hours and put your best every time you step on the court but if you can’t use these skills while competing you will never achieve great results. There … Continue reading

How to Identify Young Talented Tennis Players

Parents often ask tennis coaches: “Do you think my kid can become a tennis pro?” Coaches often answer along the lines of: “Every good tennis player has a chance…a player should train and play hard…if a kid wants to be … Continue reading

Has your Child Been Bucket or Hand Fed Too Many Balls?

Do I use hand or bucket feeding for my junior players? Absolutely. Is it the basis of the training I do with them? Absolutely not. I use it to work on specific things, but the true test to know if … Continue reading