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.
#101: Kyle LaCroix – It’s not WHAT a coach does, it’s HOW
Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Kyle LaCroix. Kyle holds a master’s degree in educational leadership from Stanford University. He is among a bunch of other certifications a USTA High Performance Coach and last year he was named USPTA Master Professional which is the highest achievable rating a tennis […]
#100: Emma Doyle – To really listen, you have to ask great questions
Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Emma Doyle. Emma has been coaching for the past 30 years. She is a Tennis Australia High Performance Coach, tennis touring professional and a talent developmental coach. Emma is big on what she calls the “E-factors” Energy, Empathy and enjoyment. You’ll get to […]
#99: Peter Lundgren – The good, bad & ugly part of being a traveling Tennis Coach
Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Peter Lundgren. Peter might be best known for coaching 3 world number ones in Marcello Rios, Roger Federer and Marat Safin, but he was a great player himself with a ranking high of #25 ATP and 3 ATP titles to his name. Besides […]
#98: Howard Green – Stand out, but don’t burn out
Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Howard Green. Howard spent six years in the Royal Marines Commandos. Serving in Iraq and Afghanistan he has extensive experience in preparing ITF, ATP and WTA players and Currently Howard is the Head of Strength and Conditioning at USN Bolton Arena High Performance […]
#97: Michael Geserer – There are no short cuts in tennis
In this episode you are going to listen to Michael Geserer. Michael did not pick up a tennis racquet until the age of 17 but managed to play qualifying for all Slams and a career high singles ranking of #198. Formerly Michael has among other coaches Julia Goerges and is currently the coach of […]
#96: Luke Passman – “How to safely increase the number of serves”
Hi guys, In this episode you are going to listen to Luke Passman. Luke worked 6 years at the Soto Tennis Academy as the Head of Sport Science Support and have for the past 2 years been the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at The New York Mets. You’ll get to know: The Google Earth […]
Inspiring podcast - also for tennis outsiders!
Great podcast with lots of interesting and inspiring discussions between Adam and his guests. I don't have anything to do with tennis in my daily life apart from watching the occasional Grand Slam on TV, but coming from the world of badminton there's still a lot of useful knowledge being shared here. Many similarities, but also differences which can serve as inspiration as to how an issue can be approached - both as a player and as a coach!
As a tennis enthusiast for many years it has been an absolute pleasure to hear different insights from the expert's interviewed on this show
Adam has an inspirational approach to the world of coaching. Myself not being inside the world of tennis, have still found this podcast inspiring because of the many comparable topics and ways of thinking.