94 episodes

Imagine what it would be like to have acces to the thoughts, reasonings and concrete steps of some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Tennis Coaches in the world.

That was my thought when I started this podcast in 2015 as a part of my own learning journey as a young Tennis Coach striving to one day coach on the professional tour.

Listening to the show you will get an in-depth insight into how these Tennis Coaches help Tennis Players thrive as Humans, develop as Tennis Players and ultimately perform as Competitors in the big moments.

The Adam Blicher Show: Dissecting High Performance In Tennis Adam Blicher, Tennis Coach

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Imagine what it would be like to have acces to the thoughts, reasonings and concrete steps of some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Tennis Coaches in the world.

That was my thought when I started this podcast in 2015 as a part of my own learning journey as a young Tennis Coach striving to one day coach on the professional tour.

Listening to the show you will get an in-depth insight into how these Tennis Coaches help Tennis Players thrive as Humans, develop as Tennis Players and ultimately perform as Competitors in the big moments.

    #94: Nick Horvat – The Power of Basics

    #94: Nick Horvat – The Power of Basics

    Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Nick Horvat. Nick has been the assistant coach of Mario Ancic and coached the likes of Sofya Zhuk, Timea Babos and Donna Vekic. Since 2015 he has further been a scouting agent for Yonex. You’ll get to know: Why it’s not always a mental […]

    • 37 min
    #93: Emilio Sanchez Vicario – Habits build Character

    #93: Emilio Sanchez Vicario – Habits build Character

    Emilio is a former top 10 singles player and world number 1 doubles player. He is a 5-time Grand Slam winner and won the Hopman Cup alongside his sister Arantxa in 1990. After he retired as a player, he set up the Sanchez Casal Tennis Academy with his former doubles partner Sergio Casal in 1998 […]

    • 43 min
    #92: Hans-Peter Born – A new priority on the tennis practice court

    #92: Hans-Peter Born – A new priority on the tennis practice court

    Hi guys, in this episode you get to listen to Hans-Peter Born. Peter was for 26 years in charge of coaches’ education and 14 and Under development in the DTB (the German tennis federation). During his tenure at the DTB Peter has overseen the development of the likes of Laura Sigemund, Sabine Lisicki, Angelique Kerber […]

    • 36 min
    #91: Mike Barrell – It’s my game. Getting tennis players to think, play and explore

    #91: Mike Barrell – It’s my game. Getting tennis players to think, play and explore

    Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Mike Barrel. Mike has taught tennis for 30+ years and is the founder and CEO of evolve9. He specialises in coach education and program management for tennis coaches and centres. Among others he has worked on programs for USTA, Tennis Australia and the LTA. […]

    • 51 min
    #90: Izo Zunic – If you change the way you see things, things you see change

    #90: Izo Zunic – If you change the way you see things, things you see change

    Hi guys, in this episode you get to listen to Izo Zunic Izo is a tennis coach with a special passion for personal development. For the past 7 years he has been coaching on the WTA tour where he has coached the likes of Ani Mijacika, Tereza Mrdeza and Magda Linette. He is a part […]

    • 27 min
    #89: Carlos Goffi – Why not practice under situations of a match?

    #89: Carlos Goffi – Why not practice under situations of a match?

    Hi guys, in this episode you get to listen to Carlos Goffi. Carlos’ coaching career began in 1975 at the Port Washington Tennis Academy in New York, by recommendation from his mentor Harry Hopman. He has written the book “Tournament Tough”, directed Nike tennis camps for 30+ years and been the coach of both John […]

    • 59 min

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I was looking forward for a long time already to this Podcast from Adam and I’m happy it’s finally released. As I expected from Adam he fulfills my expectations. For me as a professional coach myself I was convinced this podcast could be very useful to get a better view on life on the tour and about different opinions.. I think Adam showed he has skills both on and off the court. He has a good understanding of the tennisgame and proves he's able to ask the right questions and he gets the best out of the interview. He has a good sense what the interviewee is talking about and that makes this podcast is fluently and pleasant to listen to.
I can not say anything else than that I’m already looking forward to the next episode!!

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