Scott Dunlop: BNP Paribas Open – A Great Fan Experience

The BNP Paribas Open in La Quinta California may be the best value in tennis for spectators.

It is one of only a few major tournaments where the women play at the same time and place as the men. It goes on for over ten days and usually has the top players. It is played in a beautifully designed tennis garden with all the right amenities. Tickets are available at the event or can be purchased from season and box holders directly or through ticket agents at many resorts and tennis clubs around the area.

The practice courts are right beside the stadium (I saw Nadal and Federer practicing side by side on Tuesday!). The seating in all three stadiums is well designed to keep fans close to the action.

If you get a chance, it’s definitely worth a visit!

A deeper dive into second serve statistics

The two most widely reported second serve statistics in professional tennis are the number of double faults a player hit, and their second serve winning percentage. If we’re trying to understand the effectiveness of a particular player’s second serve, relying only on those statistics has significant drawbacks. Article by Michal Kokta.

Mental Strength Training with Patricia Hy

Everyone knows the importance of mental strength, but not everyone knows how to go about it. If these ring a bell with you, let me help strengthen your player’s mental fitness. Zoom workshops every Friday November 20 – December 18. 2020.

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Update on UK Tennis Situation with Master Louis Cayer

I would like to share a mindset I instil in all the players I coach, one I believe has greatly influenced all of the player’s performances; “whatever happens, I can handle it.” This mindset is achieved through a systematic, tactical development process, so that whoever the opponent, whatever the surface, regardless of the environment, or scoring, the players can, and will rise to the challenge as it is presented.

Tennis Guru, Louis Borfiga Shares What Makes “A Good Coach?”

Many are asking this question, each with their own opinion, their own truth. In reality, it is difficult to answer with certainty, as the evaluation method can vary from one person to another. However, when you think about it, when you look at the references in the field of coaching in various sports, there are certain common and fundamental elements that I will describe to you here…