If you work with 10U players you’ll regularly have to decide when to progress a player from red to orange or from orange to green. This is Mark’s comprehensive analysis and discussion of the considerations.
I honestly believe that being a really good Mini Tennis coach is one of the toughest jobs in tennis. However, the quality of the player you see on the orange court is largely down to the quality of the work done on the red court. So, moving players from red to orange is a big…
Do you like the power and simplicity of keywords in your coaching? So do we! Repeating a keyword can force you to focus on a change that you want to make so it’s a great tool to use as a part of your coaching. So, here are the top 5 keywords that we use – and the on-court situation where you’d use them.
Warm-ups are an essential part of every lesson and your programme. Your warm up routine reflects you and what you are about – don’t let it be boring! Use it as a way to set your standards for the lesson and your programme.
This post looks at examples of common flaws and mistakes and then offers coaching suggestions on how to deal with mistakes and eradicate flaws.
This article is co-authored by Nick Jacques from Tennis New Zealand and Mark Tennant, a Director of inspire2coach.