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

You can’t loose your focus!

It’s oftentimes said by spectators of tennis matches, coaches, parents and I’m by all means also guilty of having said this myself, that now a player “has lost his/her focus”. But what if you in reality can’t loose your focus, … Continue reading

The Parent Is the Key to the Tennis Success of a Kid

The Parent Is the Key to the Tennis Success of a Kid The key to the tennis success of a kid, is the parent, and I can tell you most are doing a poor job. In the triangle (coach, kid, … Continue reading

How to Train Young Talented Kids

Every parent of a talented kid should read this: 70% of talented kids drop out of their sport before age 13. The reality is, 70% of all kids quit organized sports by the age of 13, and the number one … Continue reading

The Perspective of Serve and Volley in Modern Tennis

We have discussed  why serve and volley is unpopular among modern players in the article Is serve and volley still alive? One blog’s reader said: “To serve and volley at the professional level (and be successful) an individual would have to … Continue reading