My focus is on developing your strokes and game to give you the chance to reach your full potential at tennis.
I do give attention to the technical side of the game. If you are going to develop shots and patterns effectively, you need the strokes and skill first.
I work with players of all ages and skill levels. So if you are interested in learning the game well, I recommend taking a lesson from me. 😉
Some of my credentials:
- 9+ years of coaching (worked with several players who have competed at national and southern levels as juniors and moved on to college tennis)
- National-level junior
- 4 year Varsity at Emory University
Watching my players grow. I emphasize the fundamentals with my students.
Once everything start to take hold, that's when you can see the growth starting.
I enjoy seeing my students start to put it all together and get the results from their work.
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Assessing what the student needs, and then getting to work. As I mentioned, the fundamentals and principles I teach are the same for everyone.
But each student is going to have different things that need addressing. And each student will respond differently to different drills and tweaks.
Years of coaching the game at a high level.
I charge $60/hr.
I got started with tennis coaching because it's something I really enjoy. I coached some while I was in college and still playing just to pick up some cash, and I think I just got hooked. Watching students' games grow and helping them reach their potential is something that really motivates me.
Once I get into a lesson, it becomes about how I can leverage the next hour or so to get the very most out of my students.
I have worked with a wide range of students, from beginner kids and adults to seasoned veterans looking to fine tune something in their game to advanced, competitive juniors looking to play college tennis.
The commonality with the players I work with is that they all care about improving their game. I'm going to teach you tennis, all of the strokes, ideas, shots, and tactics.
I recently started working with someone who was really struggling with their forehand. After a few months, it has really improved, and he is starting to be able to use it as a weapon, which is a great sign of things to come.
Each time I work with him, it looks a little better. And I don't see that trend stopping.
He's just getting started with college tennis, so I'm excited to see his continued improvement.
It can be tough, but you have to go with your instinct on it.