75 episodes

Baseline Intelligence is a podcast dedicated to providing a broad array of insights and perspectives for both highly competitive and recreational tennis players. In addition to comprehensive discussions related to proper technique, helpful practice, training and strategy recommendations, this podcast explores the dimensions of important mental training, and the application and interpretation of meaningful tennis analytics. Just as important, this podcast aims to be a fun, entertaining and informative listen that includes candid interviews with top ATP and WTA players, up-and-coming tour players, top NCAA men’s and women’s tennis coaches, and other leading voices in the world of tennis.

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Baseline Intelligence is a podcast dedicated to providing a broad array of insights and perspectives for both highly competitive and recreational tennis players. In addition to comprehensive discussions related to proper technique, helpful practice, training and strategy recommendations, this podcast explores the dimensions of important mental training, and the application and interpretation of meaningful tennis analytics. Just as important, this podcast aims to be a fun, entertaining and informative listen that includes candid interviews with top ATP and WTA players, up-and-coming tour players, top NCAA men’s and women’s tennis coaches, and other leading voices in the world of tennis.

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    Gigi Fernandez: Hall of Fame worthy doubles tips

    Gigi Fernandez: Hall of Fame worthy doubles tips

    Gigi Fernandez joins us for the 64th episode of Baseline Intelligence. Gigi won 17 grand slam titles, 2 Olympic gold medals, was ranked #1 in the world and is a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
    We talk:
    1:24 Playing her best tennis in big matches
    4:53 Focusing on yourself
    6:15 Detaching from the outcome
    7:59 Understanding the game of doubles
    11:35 Common mistakes net players make
    15:37 The holy grail of doubles formations
    21:56 Returning down the line early
    24:15 Adjusting to a faster pace
    24:52 Biggest myth in doubles
    26:28 Her toughest doubles opponent
    28:48 Playing opponents who play two back
    29:30 Best advice for the 4.0 doubles player
    You can find information on Gigi and her camps at her website
    https://gigifernandeztennis.com/

    • 33 min
    Bonus Episode: Learning a new skill

    Bonus Episode: Learning a new skill

    On today's episode I share my experience of learning padel and how you can take that mindset to your tennis game.

    Email me questions for the bonus episode mailbag: jonathan@stokketennis.com

    Emma Doyle: What makes a great coach

    Emma Doyle: What makes a great coach

    Emma Doyle joins us for the 63rd episode of Baseline Intelligence. Emma is a speaker, coach, trainer, and author of the book "What Makes a Great Coach".
    We talk:
    1:51 What makes a great coach
    9:19 Empowering your player to make decisions
    13:46 What makes a great question
    17:28 Five gaming principles
    21:25 Being a good listener
    28:50 Why the coach/player relationship matters
    33:22 Best advice for the 4.0 player
    You can find Emma at her website
    https://www.emmadoyle.com.au/

    • 35 min
    David Starbuck Smith: Using your diet to reduce systemic stress

    David Starbuck Smith: Using your diet to reduce systemic stress

    On today's bonus episode David Starbuck Smith, the author of "Ageless, Painless Tennis", joins us to discuss how your diet can reduce systemic stress on your body.

    Click here to get a copy of his book
    https://www.amazon.com/Ageless-Painless-Tennis-Limitations-Potential/dp/1633939707

    Jeff Greenwald: Handling nerves and learning to relax in your matches

    Jeff Greenwald: Handling nerves and learning to relax in your matches

    Jeff Greenwald joins us for the 62nd episode of Baseline Intelligence. Jeff is one of the premiere sports psychologists and wrote the award winning book "The Best Tennis of Your Life".
    We talk:
    2:16 Why people get nervous
    5:57 Framing "not missing" in a positive way
    7:05 Step 1 to handling nerves
    8:59 How expectations affect nerves
    15:50 The stats he wished he knew when he was a player
    18:34 Permission slips
    20:33 Taking your practice game to the match court
    29:10 Building confidence
    30:36 Best advice for the 4.0 player
    ** Click here if you're interested in my NYC doubles camp this August!
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe1iMPjmHuupuQhKSGkwEiP7hdXoqIgWMCXOn2aFE050t0wVg/viewform?usp=sf_link
    You can also email me directly with any questions you have about the NYC doubles camp at jonathan@stokketennis.com

    • 34 min
    Bonus Episode: What I learned from coaching at the Charleston WTA 500

    Bonus Episode: What I learned from coaching at the Charleston WTA 500

    Last week I got to coach Desirae Krawczyk at the WTA Charleston 500 event. It was an absolute blast and I learned so much from her, as well as the other players and coaches. In this episode I share 5 of the biggest lessons I took away from the week.

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