Articles

  • Story about Nikola PilicAn extremely small number of top tennis players continue coaching careers and achieve even better results. Especially if both succeeds each other and last more than half a century -than it deserves our attention and respect.
  • Being a good tennis parentTennis parents play a vital role in the development of their children as it relates to participation in sports,particularly in tennis.
  • Being a good tennis coach…It’s a privilege to be a coach – to have an opportunity to guide young people in their tennis career. There are many factors which distinguish a good tennis coach from the others.
  • Interview with Nikola Milojevic # 1 ITF junior playerIt is not often in the world of tennis that two players from the same country, at the same time are the best on the ATP and the ITF juniors list.
  • Interview with Jelena GencicIdentifying a future champion in any sport is a multistage process. It is truly remarkable to be able to recognize special talent from a large group of beginners in a particular sport.
  • Size Does(not) MatterIn the era of modern tennis there is a noticeable presence of tall players in both men and women's divisions. One might theorize that the height of a player could quite possibly be a contributing factor in predicting the future success of the player.
  • Interview with tennis coach Del LittleIt was once said that humility suits well only to those who would have a reason to be immodest. So such can be said for tennis coach Del Little and it will not be further from the truth.
  • Consistent work brings success In working with young tennis players some issues often remain unanswered, and the main reason is mostly due to neglecting the effect of developmental characteristics of the youth in development.
  • The transition from junior into professional tennisAnyone can say that "wants to become the best player in the world", but few of those are willing to sacrifice and "pay the price" and that is indeed true.
  • Interview with Robert LansdorpIf you can value a coach by the achievements of his players than you can consider Mr. Robert Lansdorp as one of the most important and most influential tennis coaches from the beginning of Open era till today. He is unique because he coached four players from their earliest junior days up till their top rankings: Tracey Austin, Lindsey Davenport, Pete Sampras, and Maria Sharapova.