1 hr 34 min

TFP 186: How to Think, Train, and Compete to Your Potential with Beau Trey‪z‬ The Tennis Files Podcast

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On Episode 186 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with ATP Pro tennis coach and author Beau Treyz about how approaching tennis from a more analytical and data-based perspective can help you breakthrough and reach your tennis potential.

Beau is the author of “How To Tennis: Think Train and Compete to your Potential.” He played Division I tennis at the University of Nebraska and North Florida and achieved a world ranking on the ATP tour. He previously coached ATP Pro Brandon Nakashima and currently coaches ATP Pro Patrick Kypson.

On the show, you’ll learn Beau’s data-based approach to creating optimal tennis strategy, how to practice smarter, on-court drills to improve your match-play, key principles from Beau’s new book, the concept of performing what wins the most points, how to analyze your matches, what separates the top 100 players from lower-ranked pros, and much more!

I hope you enjoy my interview with Beau! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!

And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight into your inbox every week!

How To Tennis: Think Train and Compete to your Potential
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On Episode 186 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with ATP Pro tennis coach and author Beau Treyz about how approaching tennis from a more analytical and data-based perspective can help you breakthrough and reach your tennis potential.

Beau is the author of “How To Tennis: Think Train and Compete to your Potential.” He played Division I tennis at the University of Nebraska and North Florida and achieved a world ranking on the ATP tour. He previously coached ATP Pro Brandon Nakashima and currently coaches ATP Pro Patrick Kypson.

On the show, you’ll learn Beau’s data-based approach to creating optimal tennis strategy, how to practice smarter, on-court drills to improve your match-play, key principles from Beau’s new book, the concept of performing what wins the most points, how to analyze your matches, what separates the top 100 players from lower-ranked pros, and much more!

I hope you enjoy my interview with Beau! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!

And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight into your inbox every week!

How To Tennis: Think Train and Compete to your Potential
Beau’s Instagram 
Beau’s Twitter
Beau’s Facebook
Tennis Summit
The Tennis Files Podcast
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1 hr 34 min

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