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The Negative Effects of Sitting and One-Sided Training on Tennis Players: Results and Insights from Expert Testing
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The Negative Effects of Sitting and One-Sided Training on Tennis Players: Results and Insights from Expert Testing

Many tennis players suffer from limited joint functionality and mobility due to excessive sitting and one-sided training, according to expert Silvester Neidhardt. Results from joint ...
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Mark Booras shares success story of Dominik Koepfer: From Number 6 Freshman to Nation's Best Senior
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Mark Booras shares success story of Dominik Koepfer: From Number 6 Freshman to Nation’s Best Senior

Discover the inspiring journey of Dominik Koepfer from a number 6 player to the best in the nation, as recounted by Mark Booras. Learn about ...
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The Unconventional Path to Success: How Marc Recruited Dominik Koepfer to Tulane Based on Potential"
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The Unconventional Path to Success: How Marc Recruited Dominik Koepfer to Tulane Based on Potential”

Discover the inspiring journey of Dominik Koepfer to Tulane University, thanks to a tip from Edgar Giffenig. Mark saw potential in him and took a ...
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Practical Mental Toughness
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Practical Mental Toughness

Are you looking to develop mental toughness? Discover how to stay focused and calm under pressure by embracing uncomfortable situations.
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Talking about College tennis with Marc Booras

Marc Booras was named head coach for Tulane men’s tennis in 2008 and tasked with rebuilding a program that was discontinued for four years as ...
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Carl Maes: The Former Coach of World Number 1 Kim Clijsters and Top Players in Belgium Shares Decades of Coaching Experience

Discover the coaching journey of Carl Maes, former coach of world number 1 Kim Clijsters and top players like Xavier Malisse and Justine Henin. From ...
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They are Never your Players
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They are Never your Players

The truth is that players will seek your expertise as long as you are providing what they need at the time and will change training ...
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Do not Forget the "Bad Ones"
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Do not Forget the “Bad Ones”

High performance coaches seem to have selective memories when recalling with whom they have worked. Over and over you hear coaches mention all the great ...
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Improving the Mental Skills of your Players
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Improving the Mental Skills of your Players

There are thousands of sport psychology books in the market dealing with this topic and offering advice to help athletes optimize performance, and any extended ...
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Keep Working on your Game
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Keep Working on your Game

Continually striving to improve as a player will make you a much better coach. You are a role model so being in shape and displaying ...
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How to Get out of a Slump
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How to Get out of a Slump

If you are a competitive tennis player, sooner or later you will find yourself in a slump – a time period when nothing seems to ...
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On Feeding
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On Feeding

A few years back feeding drills came under attack as the industry shifted to a more tactical-based approach in which players learn to play tennis ...
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