Archive | March, 2012

All You Need To Know About SAT: Part 17

29. March 2012

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All You Need To Know About SAT: Part 17

Written by: Helen Donohoe __________ ***Helen Donohoe, M.S.Ed., is a teacher of English and French in the Hamilton/Burlington area. She holds practice SAT sessions on Saturdays on an informal, drop-in basis at Cedar Springs Racquet Club where she is a member, long-time tennis hacker and aficionado. In this section of the website we will be publishing [...]

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Michael Emmett: “Who Is Going to Win First – Tiger or Roger?”

29. March 2012

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Michael Emmett: “Who Is Going to Win First – Tiger or Roger?”

Written by: Michael Emmett __________ ***Michael Emmett is the Director of Tennis Operations at all Mayfair clubs.  He is a certified Tennis Canada Coach 3 with a Journalism degree from the University of Texas. Michael spent several years working in sports television at TSN and Sportsnet.  Michael is a former National champion who finished his last [...]

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All You Need To Know About SAT: Part 16

22. March 2012

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All You Need To Know About SAT: Part 16

Written by: Helen Donohoe __________ ***Helen Donohoe, M.S.Ed., is a teacher of English and French in the Hamilton/Burlington area. She holds practice SAT sessions on Saturdays on an informal, drop-in basis at Cedar Springs Racquet Club where she is a member, long-time tennis hacker and aficionado. In this section of the website we will be publishing [...]

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Wayne Elderton: “Learning Tennis as an Open Skill – Decision-Making”

20. March 2012

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Wayne Elderton: “Learning Tennis as an Open Skill – Decision-Making”

Written by: Wayne Elderton __________ ***Wayne Elderton is acknowledged as one of Canada’s leading coaches. He is Head of Tennis Canada Coaching Development and Certification in British Columbia. In this role, he has provided coaching training to over 1500 coaches. He is a main contributor to the Tennis Canada Coaching Certification program and has also written [...]

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Tennis as an Open Skill – Part 4: Decision-making (Intention)

20. March 2012

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Tennis as an Open Skill – Part 4: Decision-making (Intention)

Written by: Wayne Elderton __________ ***Wayne Elderton is acknowledged as one of Canada’s leading coaches. He is Head of Tennis Canada Coaching Development and Certification in British Columbia. In this role, he has provided coaching training to over 1500 coaches. He is a main contributor to the Tennis Canada Coaching Certification program and has also written [...]

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Tennis as an Open Skill – Part 3: Opponent-based Perception Training

20. March 2012

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Tennis as an Open Skill – Part 3: Opponent-based Perception Training

Written by: Wayne Elderton __________ ***Wayne Elderton is acknowledged as one of Canada’s leading coaches. He is Head of Tennis Canada Coaching Development and Certification in British Columbia. In this role, he has provided coaching training to over 1500 coaches. He is a main contributor to the Tennis Canada Coaching Certification program and has also written [...]

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