I got into tennis in high school and enjoyed getting proficient fairly fast. By sophomore year we got to states, and unexpectedly my serve was one of the best there.
Since then I've been playing recreationally and professionally. I've seen so many combinations, skills, and plays that I can guide someone as effectively and efficiently as possible.
I picked up tennis and really excelled in a fairly competitive environment. Technically, tactically, physically, and mentally, I aim to bring the game together for whomever I coach to have the most fun from the experience.
I also know fitness and nutrition to a great extent, which has helped me tremendously in all sports. It should be a requirement for anybody in sports to get the most out of the game, while not getting injured.
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Whether or not they're starting out, I always aim to improve their touch and fundamentals first. This is such a solid foundation and my method is the best way to improve their skill.
My way of bringing the best out of the student is to expose them to the right technique, have them practice the skill in increasing difficulty, until they get slightly (but not too far) out of their comfort zone. That way they improve the most while enjoying the training.
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