Recent research indicates that nerves (worrying/feeling nervous) in stressful situations like competitions may not be as bad for children as once thought.
i2c’s Head of Performance Coaching talks about non-LTA opportunities for competing in tennis, to help kids enjoy playing tennis competitively.
Waiting around between tennis matches is nearly unavoidable at tournaments so, at some point, your child will need to re-prepare ahead of their next match. Preparation is key.
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.
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.