Gary Naughton on Working With International Players
Gary Naughton is the new Head Performance Coach at the University of Warwick and is one of the most successful coaches of high level junior players in the UK.
Richard Marklow interviews i2c Head Performance Coach at the University of Warwick, Gary Naughton. Gary is one of the UK’s most successful coaches of junior international players.
This is a candid, no-nonsense interview in which Gary shares his thoughts on what he looks for in young junior players, what it takes to become an international standard junior tennis player, and some interesting insights into life in tennis from both a coach and player perspective.
Whether you are the parent or the coach of children who are just starting out and whether or not those children are hoping to play at an international standard in the future, it’s an unprecedented insight into this area of tennis.
- What does Gary looks for in young junior players
- Things parents can do to help their kids’ tennis
- His views on the difference between the best junior national players and the best junior international standard players.
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