Coaching Tennis Successfully 2nd Edition PDF
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As a coach, your success depends on the success of your players. Now you can better ensure players’ development and team performance with Coaching Tennis Successfully.
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) presents this comprehensive manual with information on planning productive practices, conducting drills, developing physical and mental skills, and teaching match tactics. You’ll find ideas to prepare singles players and doubles teams for competitive matches. Plus, the book offers the best methods and helpful tips for teaching key skills:
• Overheads and volleys
With more than 670,000 members and programs that encompass all 50 states and beyond, the USTA is able to tap into the best minds and mentors in tennis coaching. Coaching Tennis Successfully synthesizes and shares that expertise to give you the winning edge!
Part I. Coaching Foundations
Chapter 1. Philosophy
Chapter 2. Communication
Chapter 3. Motivation
Part II. Planning for Success
Chapter 4. Building a Tennis Program
Chapter 5. Establishing Season Plans
Chapter 6. Planning and Conducting Practices
Part III. Teaching Technique
Chapter 7. Stroke Production
Chapter 8. Serves and Return of Serves
Chapter 9. Groundstrokes and Mid-court Shots
Chapter 10. Net Play, Passing Shots, and Lobs
Part IV. Teaching Tactics
Chapter 11. Singles Strategy
Chapter 12. Doubles Strategy
Part V. Coaching Matches
Chapter 13. Preparation for Competition
Chapter 14. In-Match Coaching
Chapter 15. Performance Evaluation
"This book has something for everyone—coaching advice based on practical high school coaching expertise enhanced by advice from USTA national coaches. It's a must for all tennis coaches."
Dick Gould -- Stanford University, 17 NCAA Championships