Walk the Dog is a great exercise to start to develop racket and hand control and to understand the relationship between the racket and the ball. Skills kids will need to rally.
Join me watching Nick Jacques from Tennis New Zealand, demonstrate his Tape That exercise live at the Evolutionics 2018 International Coaches Symposium.
This Interview with Nick Jacques from Tennis New Zealand, was filmed at the Evolutionics 2018 International Coaches Symposium, where he talks about the CAR (competence, autonomy, relatedness) acronym and how he has adapted it to become the Learning CAP and how he has reflected on his own experiences to be a better coach.
Key notes from Mark Tennant’s presentation at the 2018 International Coach Symposium in Orlando, Florida The Scene in 2018 When I was a kid, playing computer games involved moving from one level to the next, usually as fast as possible. The first few levels were usually easy and a bit boring; the higher levels were…
In addition to coaching a lot of talented young tennis players, i2c run a lot of junior tournaments. Many parents of young talented tennis players are confused and frustrated by the advice they receive. David Mullins provides sensible advice to parents.