Champions Might Fail from Time to Time, but They Never Quit

Champions might fail from time to time, but they never quit. They simply keep on trying until they get it right. When you are on a mission to achieve something, there will always be the critics, naysayers and those who … Continue reading

Youth Sport: Six Ways for Sports Parents to Set a Great Example

Youth Sport: Six Ways for Sports Parents to Set a Great Example Let me start with this: Kid’s look up to adults for the example. They learn self-control by watching you display self-control. Like a coach who remains calm and … Continue reading

What Is The Biggest Challenge Tennis Coaches Face These Days When Working with Kids?

What is the biggest challenge tennis coaches face these days when working with kids? For many it seems tennis parents are the ‘problem’ in kids sport. But are they really? Could it maybe be, that in a lot of cases, … Continue reading

Five Rules for Developing a Tennis Player Under 12 years

Five rules for developing a tennis player under 12 years The biggest mistake made in developing an elite tennis player is that the fundamental and development years (8-12 years) are rushed the minute the kids gets a result or two. In these years, … Continue reading

What is the Number One Thing in Coaching Young Tennis Players?

When it comes to coaching young tennis players, don’t lose track of what the number one thing is a tennis coaches responsibility isn’t just about the skills and drills. With kids, It’s a responsibility of the tennis coach to be teaching … Continue reading