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How does a Tennis Player overcome a Stagnant Performance?

How does a Tennis Player overcome a Stagnant Performance?

By 15 March 2024
No one likes a stagnant performance. Frustrating to disheartening to somewhere in between is typically descriptive of various emotions that are felt at the multitude of stages that occur within this spiral to the feeling of being ‘stuck’ with a near combustion of sorts to move beyond these current confines to burst free. Sound familiar? […]
Open Ed: Simona Halep and a Callous Team

Open Ed: Simona Halep and a Callous Team

By 8 March 2024
Let’s make no mistake here, what Simona Halep’s coaching team has done is destroy her career over the best part of the past 18 months — perhaps momentarily but those 6+ Grand Slams are gone when Help was at one of her peaks and a genuine contender to claim additional Championships wins. I mean, it’s […]
Learn to go from Good to Great in Your Forehand Groundstroke in Less than 60 minutes with 2 Steps from the World’s Leading Tennis Authority

Learn to go from Good to Great in Your Forehand Groundstroke in Less than 60 minutes with 2 Steps from the World’s Leading Tennis Authority

By 2 March 2024
I don’t normally do this. And when I say I don’t normally do this, I really mean it, especially given the fact that I’ve dedicated the best part of my life to becoming the best in the world at what I do. That said, by all means there is merit to sharing and I definitely [&

Tennis and Talent Identification, Universal Coach Education, Parents Beware of Coach Promises to Sidestepping Injury Woes

By 22 February 2024
At the very beginning of Beyond Top 10 Tennis (seven years after it was initially proposed), one of the more controversial topics I raised — but let’s be honest, there are a number of them, was around Talent Identification. But this was by no means a surprise given that the Book of focus was my […]
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