A deeper dive into second serve statistics

Michal Kokta is a former #8 ranked ITF junior player, #356 ATP from the Czech Republic and is currently  a High Performance Coach for all ACE competitive programs at Toronto Tennis City. Michal was the Men’s Assistant Coach for Baylor University, Purdue University and most recently Arizona State University. Michal will be a major asset in helping our players develop their tennis and with navigating future scholarship opportunities at US Universities. In addition to Michal‘s success as a player and coach, he has a Bachelor in Finance and Economics, a Bachelor in Mathematics and a Masters in Sports Management.

 

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A deeper dive into second serve statistics

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