Yves Boulais: No Excuses… Get Working

Written by: Yves Boulais

Yves is a world class coach, who counts among his many coaching success stories helping players achieve top WTA and ATP rankings. Most recently Alison Riske has achieved the WTA singles rank of 18. He has coached at more than 30 Grand Slam tournaments. Yves was proud to work with players including Greg Rudsedski, Patricia Hy, Oliver Marach, Eugenie Bouchard and Rebecca Marino, who achieved excellent results on the world stage. He was an Olympic Coach in Barcelona 1992 & Atlanta 1996, and Captain of the Canadian FedCup Team 1998 – 2000.

Yves’ passion for helping people combined with his creativity, teaching skills, experience and technical knowledge put him at the very top of his field.


Since most of us are not playing lately.
1. It is a good time to watch recorded matches. Youtube has many of them, subscribe to tennistv.com or wtatv.com.
2. Chart matches, learn tactically, read articles.
3. You can also watch the US “Tennis Channel” via streaming at https://ustvgo.tv/tennis-channel-live-free/.
4. Do fitness, run twice a day, push up, pull ups etc.

You can do so much to improve your game while you are not playing… get to work…

Here is a good article that you can start with. I will send you a free fitness program that you can do without a gym.
Stay tuned!

Have a great day!!!


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