All posts tagged ATP

Bill Tym On Winners!

Every time Coach Tym writes an email I get a little giddy! I see it in the inbox and I know it will be good. I know there is going to be something pertinent in the text of his comments that I am going to be able to take away and use later. He is on my list of coaches to visit and spend some time with.  I am always learning and he is always teaching and as long as he will keep sending me emails I will keep putting them up for others to see. He is a one-of-a-kind coach and he is a treasure! Everyone should read more from Coach Tym!

 

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We Coach TENNIS

We Coach Tennis Schedule Of Shows

Check out our full show schedule including past episodes and guests.

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Cross Court Is The Best Strategy

One of the best tennis coaches I have ever known and learned from was Coach Jim Leighton of Wake Forest University and the Old Town Club in Winston Salem, N.C. In the early days, as legend has it, on any given Sunday you could find Dennis Van Der Meer or Vic Braden sitting in the shop discussing tennis technique and strategies with Coach Leighton. I do not know if this is true or not but he was one heck of a coach.

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Suggested Resolutions For USTA 2013

Here are my picks for “suggested resolutions” the USTA could adopt going forward into 2013. I read these in this order on the We Coach Tennis radio show on December 30th, 2012. Hope somebody was listening. If not, now I have written them out so they might be better understood.

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New Mexico State Men’s Tennis vs. Boston University Men’s Tennis


This week with the “Road Not Taken” we are looking at two teams in very different parts of the country. New Mexico State University is located in the southwest at Las Cruces, New Mexico. Boston University, is located in Boston, Massachusetts. Both schools compete at the Division 1 level.

 

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Vic Braden Plea To Racquet Manufacturers

Federer Covers All Angles In London Hot Shot

Justin Gimelstob Is On The Show!

Justin Gimelstob was born in 1977, in Livingston, New Jersey. He began to play tennis at age eight, and he was the top-ranked boy in his age group by 12 years of age. He was top-ranked boy in the USA in his respective age group at the ages of 12, 14, 16, and 18.

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