Brad Mullet Tennis Lessons

Brad Mullet Tennis Lessons

5.0 (2)
3 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

With over 10 years of experience coaching high school tennis and 5 years as a USPTA certified tennis pro at private clubs my teaching experience and passion for the sport motivates me to get you to your next tennis goal! Be it winning tournaments or just learning how to play, I can help. From technical advice, to strategy, to drills and match play, I try to improve players' skills and mental game to the next level!

A 4.5 level player myself, I also offer hitting sessions and match play if you would enjoy that service. All of my services are affordable ($35 private/hr, $25 per person/hr for group lessons), yet high quality. Encouraging and patient, all of my students have great experiences with me on the court.

I love to give lessons to kids, too! I have also run junior events and drills for the past 5 years at private clubs. I have a lot of experience with red, orange, and green ball. I love getting down to the level of kids, being playful with them, and making them laugh. 

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Sarasota, FL 34237
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Erin S.

    Brad is professional, informative, and great at teaching. We learned so much in just one lesson. A great teacher overall.

  • Henry Farber

    Brad was so helpful! He really focused on what I wanted to improve, and gave very helpful suggestions. And he was a lot of fun. I fully recommend Brad.



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I begin by asking what dreams and aspirations my students have. I also ask what they would like to work on today and get out of the lesson. I am very attuned to catering the lesson to their wants and needs. Then, I typically rally with new students for 15-20 minutes, looking at their strategy, technical skills, and different strokes. From there we begin to work on specific interests of the student, what I notice, and what would better the students' game. 


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