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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: 2442
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: 2040
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: 2096
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: 2907
Confidence is KING!
By: Roberto Forzoni
Added: 22/02/10

We reveal the main reasons why confidence will help you achieve your true potential

Views: 2761
15 steps to a Positive Mental Attitude
By: Roberto Forzoni
Added: 22/02/10

Here are 15 simple psychological strategies to boost your tennis performance:

Views: 5930
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: 2144
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: 1735
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: 1871
Diet and concentration
By: Sally Parsonage
Added: 11/02/10

We tend to think of concentration as a purely mental asset, but in reality it is as much related to what you have been eating - or not eating!

Views: 2636
Stretch your way to better tennis!
By: Nick Bollettieri
Added: 04/02/10

With a few unusual exceptions, top tennis players have quick feet on the court. Bjorn Borg said it best and proved it on the court, “There is no substitute for mobility.”

Views: 3315
6 BIG mistakes players make between points
By: Roberto Forzoni
Added: 04/02/10

Whilst athletes from different sports tend to believe their sport is ‘psychologically’ the toughest sport, most elite performers understand and agree upon the need to be psychologically tough, whatever sport they play. On many occasions, the result can be influenced massively, by the mental toughness of each competitor

Views: 4177
Sizing up the opposition
By: Nick Bollettieri
Added: 23/01/10

Identifying ways to beat your opponent.

Views: 3614
Developing a great doubles partnership
By: Nick Bollettieri
Added: 20/01/10

Tips on how to increase your odds of creating a winning doubles team!

Views: 2632
'Tennis- best played one point at a time'
By: P.Dent K.Reynolds
Added: 25/11/09

Learning Outcome: Learning to play one point at a time

Views: 3181
Create you own unique website name for a more professional look
By: Simon Grieve
Added: 24/11/09

How to create your own unique website name for a more professional look.

Views: 1766
Mantal Skills - Engagement
By: P.Dent K.Reynolds
Added: 29/10/09

Learning Outcome: To help players to be more actively involved in their own learning

Views: 2598
The Tennis Tool Kit methodology
By: P.Dent K.Reynolds
Added: 29/10/09

In an effort to illustrate our methodology let’s work through a very short story….

Views: 3612
What is the Tennis Coaches Toolkit?
By: P.Dent K.Reynolds
Added: 21/10/09

Paul Dent through his journey to become the successful coach and coach educator, he now is, has increasingly specialised in the primary factor of the four performance categories, namely mental skills.

Views: 3732
Sugar - Players friend of foe?
By: Sally Parsonage
Added: 21/10/09

According to what you read, sugar can either be the elixir of life, or the “pure, white and deadly” substance that needs to be avoided at all costs! In reality, it is a little of both –what makes the real difference is where it comes from.

Views: 2419
Requesting a link with a coach
By: Simon Grieve
Added: 14/10/09

Requesting a link with your coach

Views: 1886
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