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Competitive Based Development

Peter D. McCraw - Competitive Based Development

Peter D. McCraw is an expert in world-class athlete development.  He founded the ‘CBD Model – Competitive Based Development for Tennis.  He is a coach educator, leading tennis researcher and world-renowned developmental coach.  Peter is Australian born and currently the National Director of Coaching for Tennis New Zealand.  He makes regular trips to the UK and is available for club consultancies, player assessments and coach mentoring.  His website is www.McCrawMethod.com

Articles & Videos By Peter D. McCraw
Maintaining Posture and Balance
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 26/11/12

Movement patterns that help players maintain good posture and balance whilst striking the ball.

Views: 4255
Developing a World Class Forehand II
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 10/11/12

A great tip on how to get our players developing a world class forehand swing path.

Views: 5066
Developing a World Class Forehand
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 02/11/12

The swing path not only has a huge impact on the amount of speed and control of the ball, but also the tactical options that are available. In this article Peter McCraw tells us the ideal swing path he looks for in his players forehand.

Views: 7034
Technical Fundamental DVD
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 31/01/11

Video Clips from my new DVD

Views: 15599
Body Part Dominance Information
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 17/12/10

How to run the body part dominance tests

Views: 2811
Stroke Template
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 17/12/10

Body part dominance stroke template

Views: 3340
Body Part Dominance Overview
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 16/12/10

Here are the latest results collected from a sample of 238 tennis players around the world.

Views: 2782
Grip overview
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 16/12/10

The way you hold your racket has a massive impact on the ideal swing and way you should try to hit the ball.

Views: 2986
Creating the environment
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 31/10/10

Effective performance coaching, who is producing the goods and why?

Views: 2995
How 'Not' to talk to your children
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 10/05/10

Developing a 'GROWTH' mindset

Views: 3706
Grand Slam Point Outcomes (ATP & WTA Tours)
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 24/02/10

Coaching applications. This article shows the data and gives practical advice for coaches

Views: 2209
ATP and WTA Tour Reasearch Summary
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 24/02/10

These findings are summarized by tour and surface and identify the tactical differences relevant to training boys and girls.

Views: 2238
Grass Court Point Outcome Study
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 23/02/10

The intended use of this study is to establish if tennis is played differently on the ATP and WTA Tour and assist in the tactical development of junior tennis players.

Views: 1871
Hard Court Point Outcome Study
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 23/02/10

The study was conducted at the US Open (Hard Court – Deco Turf) in 2008 on the ATP Tour and US Open (Hard Court – Deco Turf) in 2007 on the WTA Tour.

Views: 2690
Grand Slam Point Outcomes
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 23/02/10

Is Grand Slam tennis more about reducing unforced errors or hitting winners?

Views: 1830
Clay Court Point Outcome Study 2008
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 21/02/10

The study investigated the connection between outcome type, percentage of point outcomes and gender.

Views: 1952
WTA Point Outcome-Further Discussion
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 20/02/10

Further discussion about how the percentage of points won can help us understand tactical development better.

Views: 1507
Point outcome study. WTA Tour 2007
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 12/02/10

The intended use of the study is to assist in the tactical development of junior tennis players

Views: 1651
Using the hit up to your advantage. Part 2
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 08/07/09

This article is the second in a two part series on the hit-up in tennis. In this article I discuss what to look for when observing your opponents game and reveal some techniques you can use to get an early break over your opponent.

Views: 3512
Using the hit up to your advantage. Part 1
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 28/05/09

Do you win the hit-up but loose the match? If not, perhaps you know someone who does.

Views: 3224
Whats the score?
By: Peter D. McCraw
Added: 28/05/09

The first mistake players make when playing a match is they believe the majority of points have equal weighting.

Views: 3641
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