Nico Guzman Tennis Performance Coach

Nico Guzman Tennis Performance Coach

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2 years in business

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Nico Guzman                               (Hablo Español)

23 y/o 

Rates go down with bundle packeges. Sold 4-6 lessons at a time. or buy a single lessons for 50%off! ($25)

Former Open-Circuit Competitor. 12 years competitve experience. I  coach part time.  I’m a training player when I’m not working. I've worked in the largest tennis shop in the world for 2 years as a racquet and shoe specialist. 


$10 Per Racquet Labor. $12 for strings and labor. 

(polyester string and Synthetic Gut Available) 


Right-Handed 6'1"

 What is a “hitting partner“? Not much drilling, not much coaching. Just consistant back and forth rallying. Paying to play with someone. ALL LEVELS. 






-Juniors Champs/Supers


It's a joy really. I love to see progress in my clients and clients children. I'm submerged into to the lesson with you. 0 down time to keep heart rate up and muscles hot and loose.  Lessons can be more of a physical  if requested for a healthy outdoor exercise.  As I do prefer clients who want to WIN. I'd still be more than happy to properly introduce you to the sport for biggininers :)

ALL LEVEL (Begginiers- Collegiate Level) 


 A sport that I consider part of my life.

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Pearland, TX 77584
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

 Assess your goals with tennis. Jump straight into it. You should come into the lessons stretched and ready to go. 
Warm up .Drilling. Feeding. Serving. Footwork. Condition. Live ball hitting. All based on what ever your specific goals are with tennis.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have been doing this for about 3 years now. I've worked with Coaches who have produced multiple college player and they have tought me the ropes well. I take note when I see a better coach than me. 

What types of students have you worked with?

College players.

Younger and older players.

Teen competitors 

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Ask them what their competitive experience is. If non, they probably arent experienced. 

Ask if they can hit with you rather than just feeding. No hitting with clients means they dont play much either. 

Ask if they have ever produced any collegiate competitors. Or anyone testomonial for that matter. 

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