In this tip i2c Director, Richard Marklow shares the quick coaching tip that he estimates he’s used most in his coaching career! It’s about making sure that you keep the racket on the ball for as long as you can.
Feeding is a really important skill for a coach! Watch Mark talk through some feeding progressions, some of which you will have seen if you have attended an inspire2coach Level 1 & Level 2 tennis coaching course . . . Oops! You aren’t logged in! This content is for members only. Login Register
i2c is a proud partner of the Qatar Tennis Federation. We filmed this exclusive, on-court session with a group of tennis coaches in Qatar on the 5Rs in the stroke production cycle. In part 3, Richard systematically summarises the 5Rs.
2c is a proud partner of the Qatar Tennis Federation. We filmed this exclusive, on-court session with a group of tennis coaches in Qatar on the 5Rs in the stroke production cycle. In part 2, the coaches discuss the differences between a ready position and a ready condition.
See how the ready position is based around technique and how the ready condition is the mental state of the player before receiving the ball from the other end of the court. Players need to be both physically (ready position) and mentally (ready condition) ready to react to the incoming ball.
Richard explains how i2c break down the stroke production cycle into 5 sections. A must watch that will develop your understanding of the step by step process of the stroke production cycle.