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Becoming a Better Coach

Part of what sets the tone for a team program is when the coach proves themselves to be a life long learner. Players often respond better to a coach who is eager for new information, and wants to learn about his players. 1,330 more words


Satellite wins Mike Cherry Skills Competition again

The team from Satellite High won the Mike Cherry Skills Competition on Sunday for the seventh year in a row at the Kiwi Tennis Club. 289 more words


Fort Myers, Canterbury practice with Special Olympics tennis players

Eleven Special Olympics tennis players from Southwest Florida were in desperate need of some practice against elite competition before heading off to play in the Florida Summer Games next month. 291 more words


Area tennis players start strong at state tourney

MONROE — Several area high school tennis players advanced at the LHSAA Tennis State Championships.

In Division I boys singles, Captain Shreve’s Zavier Blackman reached the quarterfinals before losing to Catholic Baton Rouge’s Nick Watson. 178 more words


High School Tennis: The Sleeping Giant

High School tennis is the sleeping giant of player development in the U.S.  We know that a small fraction of high school players are going to be college tennis players, a much smaller fraction will be division one college players, and while we believe its still always a possibility, very few high school players will become professionals at any level. 1,454 more words


Delaware high school sports rankings


1. St. Mark’s (10-1) Prev. 2

2. Cape Henlopen (7-1) 4

3. Salesianum (6-2) 1

4. Middletown (8-2) NR

5. Caravel (7-3) NR

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The Importance of Technique in High School Tennis...

The important content is often neglected, and the less important content is consumed in mass quantities. Today, Styrling Strother and I, the founders of USATennisCoach LLC were locked in a very grounded discussion where we compared notes about some of the videos we have posted on YouTube and how interesting the viewing patterns are of those who watch them. 493 more words