Billy Porter is the Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach at Southwestern University and has seen significant success and steady improvement in both programs since his arrival in 2013, including an NCAA Elite 8 appearance for the women's team and an NCAA Sweet 16 appearance for the men's team in 2021. In this podcast, Billy discusses the differences and similarities he sees in coaching men and women and how he's adapted his coaching style to be most effective with both teams. He also shares his ideas on building a successful program and then the challenge of sustaining it over time.
Australian Professional tennis star Dane Sweeny (ranked 247 in the world) sits down to chat about the upcoming Summer season, being coached by his Dad and become more "Zen" when he is on court. Dane also may have the best haircut in the game Enjoy
Join the conversation and listen to professional tennis coach Warwick Bashford discuss coaching some of the greatest tennis players in the world. He talks about the 4 different mindsets and what separates armatures from TRUE champions. We talk about his journey, and the mistakes coaches make when trying to develop talent. We end the show talking about Warwick's nonprofit, "More Than Tennis." If you want to connect with Warwick or find out more information about More Than Tennis, you can visit: https://www.warwickbashford.com/Mentioned in this episode:1on1 App Informationhttps://www.thinkmovethrive.com/1on1-app/
Paul Kilderry is now a key player at Tennis Australia, and manager of Sam Stosur through her success. But he was a child prodigy, heading from WA to Florida to join the Nick Bollitieri camp at the age of 14. He takes us inside the world of the most revered tennis coach who passed away this week Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week's edition of the Platform Podcast has Amrit sitting down with longtime friend and UAB tennis coach Trey Morris. Trey talks about his tennis career and his experience coaching at the collegiate level. Listen in to hear about what colleges like UAB look for in recruits and what kind of lifestyle you can expect to live competing at such a high level.
A former tennis coach suspected of sexually assaulting a youngster in 2007 was arrested in Massachusetts. Mark Burns allegedly had a sexual contact with a 16-year-old between March 2006 and March 2007. He reportedly revealed to the victim's mother in March 2007 that he intended to marry her. Sheriff's Office: The victim's mother called. Investigators proceeded to his 7th Avenue residence but he bolted; he's been on the run since. The Sheriff's Office said Burns wasn't found until recently. Burns, 70, was supposedly working at a deli with the self-governed 12 Tribes cult in Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was arrested Oct. 27 and will be extradited to Okaloosa County.If you like TRUE CRIME TODAY - Be sure to search and subscribe wherever you download podcasts! Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/true-crime-today-a-true-crime-podcast/id1504280230?uo=4 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0GYshi6nJCf3O0aKEBTOPs Stitcher http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-ghost-stories-online-2/dark-side-of-wikipedia-true-crime-disturbing-stories iHeart https://www.iheart.com/podcast/270-Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-Tru-60800715 Amazon https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/565dc51b-d214-4fab-b38b-ae7c723cb79a/Dark-Side-of-Wikipedia-True-Crime-Dark-History Google Podcasts https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hdWRpb2Jvb20uY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzLzUwMDEyNjAucnNz Or Search "True Crime Today" for the best in True Crime ANYWHERE you get podcasts! Support the show at http://www.patreon.com/truecrimetoday
Justin DeSanto has taken what many would consider to be an untraditional path to becoming a Division I Head Coach. In June of 2021, he was named the Head Men's Tennis Coach at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB), his first head Coaching job, after having worked his way up from a Volunteer coach with the Yale women's team to an Assistant Coach at NCAA Division III powerhouse Williams College followed by five seasons as an Assistant for the Wichita State men's team. All of this with zero college tennis playing experience! As a matter of fact, Justin didn't start playing tennis until he was in high school but his story proves the point that great coaches don't have to be great players. Listen to this episode to learn more about Justin's amazing rise up the coaching ranks plus all of the fantastic work he is doing in the wheelchair tennis space.
Nick WhiteOn the 117th episode to the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith has a conversation with Nick White. Nick was recently appointed as the Head Men's Tennis Coach at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.For a young man, Nick has a long history in tennis. He played junior and college tennis. Following his college days, he played Future events and during that time he started to study the information, ideas and insights that the GreatBase Tennis curriculum provides. For more than ten years, he has paid his dues serving as an assistant college coach for both DI and DIII tennis teams.Steve and Nick discuss his plans and vision for building a championship culture as well as making an impact on the lives of his players and the community and surrounding areas of Saratoga Springs.
Student edition we welcome the girls tennis coach Angela Crooks, she has a state championship her first year with the help of Kylie Kezos and Throwback Thursday --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/batt1/message
This week on Talking Performance I am joined by Philip O'Callaghan or as he is known on Twitter @Mr _Tennis_CoachPhilip posts so much great content on Twitter in the skill acquisition and practice design space so it was a thrill to talk to him.While Philip is a Tennis Coach and I am a golf coach we were obviously able to find some similarities there but he also gave some great examples of what it could look like in team sports.If you're interested in Skill Acquisition and ecological dynamics then I highly recommend listening to this podcast and following Philip on Twitter @Mr_Tennis_Coach
Rick Macci, Legendary Hall of Fame Tennis Coach and the President & Owner of the Rick Macci Tennis Academy, sits down to discuss: [3:48] - What it means to master the art of coaching and why connecting with your pupil is essential [7:03] - How teachers can help their students shift their mindset and change their life for the better [14:51] - Why being able to forget is an essential characteristic for personal growth [17:51] - Why you should always “keep score with yourself” in business Tweet me your takeaway from today's episode @davidmeltzer Email Me! firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for my Free Weekly Training https://free.dmeltzer.com/friday-training-1 Text Me! (949) 298-2905 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Get ready for this fun and engaging episode, full of passion, on The Coaching Podcast with Coach, Uros Budimac. Uros lives and breathes being a tennis coach and manager, specializing in coaching Women's Doubles leagues. He shares the importance of individualizing your coaching and embracing the uncertainty that tennis and life provides. He shares some great lessons learned from two of his mentors, Louis Cayer (no excuses) and Wayne Elderton (the eternal optimist). Take a closer look at this episode here; Worst coaching moment is when someone doesn't show up (physically and metaphorically) 2:56 Conflict = Expectations divided by reality 4:35 Breakthrough moments - every student is different 6:50 People learn best through opposites 7:15 Sliding Doors: Apply for a job for the experience and see what happens 8:01 What makes a Great Coach? 10:51 (Patience, individualization) We teach people tennis, not tennis to people. Louis Cayer 14.24 How do you balance your time? 14:59 Background behind his playing career 18.18 It's normal to feel anxious when you are competing. 19.48 Hear what is inside Uros' book, "Mine" 21.45 The road of life isn't straight. 22.27 Coaches - what are the common things that you are repeating? 24.53 How to be present 25.51 Confidence and belief 26.35 The power of positive reinforcement (learning from mentors) 29.46 Excuses are for losers. 30.54 What makes a great director of a club? 34.22 Peperbell (www.paperbell.com/podcast) proudly supports this episode of the Coaching Podcast. Uros Budimac - Burnaby Tennis Club Vancouver, Canada Owner of Budimac Tennis Group, Tennis Coach and Author Uros Budimac is a Tennis Canada High-Performance Level 3 Coach and is also certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association and the Spanish Tennis Registry. He has over 20 years of experience coaching players of all ages and ability levels. He has managed tennis programs at Hollyburn Country Club as well as Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club and is one of Canada's leading coaches. Uros creates change in a players' tennis game in a friendly yet highly effective way of communicating and believes that everyone can improve – at all levels of play. He was a National level player in Serbia, followed by a tennis scholarship in the US before moving to Vancouver, Canada and devoting himself to his coaching career, now mainly focusing on Adult Player Development. You can follow him here: Instagram @budimactennis Youtube www.youtube.com/doublestennis Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/uros-budimac-b1016727/ Book: www.minedoublesbook.com Website: www.budimactennis.com Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BFatx42LhHA
Emma Doyle is a high-performance coach and author with a wide-ranging background in tennis.We discuss her book “What Makes a Great Tennis Coach?”, how she views modern coaching, and how you can become a better coach or student.In this conversation you'll learn: -How to make your relationship with your coach/student better.-How to find the best coach for you.-How to better coach yourself and your doubles partner.You will also hear how Emma got into tennis, what inspired her to be a coach, and how she thinks we can make doubles more popular.**Doubles Ebooks** These guides offer proven advice to improve your doubles strategy.25 Winning Doubles Tactics: https://www.thetennistribe.com/25-winning-doubles-tactics/ Serve Strategy for Doubles: https://www.thetennistribe.com/serve-strategy-for-doubles-ebook/ ***Download your free doubles guide to learn how to force errors and get more easy volleys at TheTennisTribe.com/doubles-guide/. ***Tennis Gear reviews: The best racquets, shoes, bags, & moreRead our written doubles lessons hereSubscribe to our YouTube Channel for video lessons
Founder and Chair of the Mouratoglou Academy, Patrick Mouratoglou is the most influential coach in tennis. Nicknamed “The Coach”, he is the gold standard on the international circuit. After a successful start to his career with a number of high-level players, he became Serena Williams' official coach back in 2012. This was a decisive moment in his career. The “Dynamic Duo” had been together for seven years, and went on to make some of the greatest history in tennis. In this interview Patrick Mouratoglou shares exclusive insight about the following topics: How to implement the ability to “Unlearn Something“?Why is self-esteem important in the process of personal or professional growth?Why is “assuming we know nothing“ the best way to learn and grow?How do we continue to do the right things when we don't seem to get the results?How and why is it important to “trust the process“?With Podcast host: Mark SephtonHope you'll enjoy the episode! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Wichita State men's tennis coach Darragh Glavin talks about his journey from Ireland to the United States to play college tennis and how youth sports differs in the two countries. He discusses why he missed tennis during a year away from the sport and why he chose coaching as his profession. Glavin, hired at Wichita State in June, also talks about his team, his coaching mentors and the importance of the connection between his program and the Wichita tennis community.
On episode 60 of Tritoncast, we're chatting with UC San Diego men's tennis coach Timmer Willing. If you know Timmer…you know this conversation will have you cracking up. If not, you're in for a treat. In addition to chatting about Triton tennis and what he learns from watching softball practice, he'll also share why he takes time to help children who fall on the autism spectrum. New episodes of Tritoncast premiere each Wednesday. If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, and write a brief review on your podcast platform of choice. Go Tritons!
Busta joins the podcast fresh off the plane from his trip to The John Newcombe Tennis Ranch in Texas, USA. Busta gives some insight to the diffrences we see in tennis academies and coaching between the US and Australia Enjoy
As we approach the HBCU National Tennis Championship, host Danielle McNamara sits down with Alan Green, the Director of Tennis and Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach at Xavier University of Louisiana, who led both his men's and women's teams to the 2021 HBCU National Tennis Champ title. Green is entering his 20th season leading the Xavier programs and is an alumnus of the University himself. A New Orleans native, Green is a three-time ITA/NAIA National Coach of the Year. In this podcast, Green and I discuss the history and importance of the HBCU National Tennis Championship, as well as some of the unique and special characteristics of playing and coaching at an HBCU. Green shares with us his path to Xavier and some of his own ideas on how to enhance and elevate college tennis more broadly.
Danny Bryan, a former All-American and assistant coach at LSU who earned 2021 ITA Central Region Coach of the Year at Wichita State, returned home to Louisiana in May to be named the next head coach of the LSU Men's Tennis program. He sits down with Cody Worsham to discuss his path through coaching, the importance of reading books, and how he landed back at his alma mater. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heyfightinpodcast/message
This week I speak to world-renowned coach Riccardo Piatti. Riccardo has been working as a coach for 40 years and has a wealth of experience working at the top of the game from junior to senior level.Riccardo has worked with great players such as Ivan Ljubicic, Maria Sharapova, Milos Raonic, Borna Coric, Jannik Sinner, Novak Djokovic, and Richard Gasquet as well as having numerous great young juniors at his center in northern Italy.We chat about:Where coaching started for himThe Piatti center, model and methodHis willingness to learn from people younger and older form himImportance of videoWhat he looks for in juniors as well as some anecdotes from players he has worked with.It's a super chat which I hope you will enjoy.
I catch up former pro and now coach and commentator Kenneth Carlsen. Kenneth was a Danish number for over 10 years as well as reaching a career-high ATP No.41.We chat a lot about junior development and some of the players he worked with (a young Holger Rune and Clara Tauson) and young juniors he is working with right now.Day-to-day life for KennethHolger Rune as a young kidTime young juniors should spend on courtGetting juniors to buy into long-term successTeaching players to be brave in high-pressure situationsKenneth's most memorable match on tourI hope you enjoy this episodeFabio
Nelson is alone (or is he) in the studio as Rez and Busta are away, however we still breakdown all the in's and out's of this years US Open in New York Who will take out the title and who should you be keeping your eye on at Flushing Meddows Enjoy
In this episode of Adjusting to 6 Figures Podcast, Jeremy invites Vince Perri, CEO at Commercial Claims Advocate. Vince shares his journey from a Tennis Coach to a Public Adjuster, he discusses when and why people need a Public Adjuster. Both Jeremy and Vince share some hidden secrets about their adjusting sides. They compare the incomes of Public Adjusters and Independent Adjusters with each other. They also discuss the dark aspects of both public and independent adjusting. Vince Perri is a Public Adjuster, Business owner, and Educator. He created the Commercial Claims Advocate where he shares with others step-by-step courses to learn about Public Adjusting in an effective way. Vince also owns Elite Resolutions which is a Public Adjusting Firm. What You Will Learn: Who is a Public Adjuster Why & when do the Policyholders need a Public Adjuster How much a Public Adjuster makes What are the dark sides of Public and Independent Adjusters Resources: Vince Perri Instagram Facebook Linkedin
Balls Out: Gary The Tennis Coach Welcome to The Guys Review, where we review media, products and experiences. **READ APPLE REVIEWS/Fan Mail**Mention Twitter DM group - like pinned tweet @The_GuysReviewRead emails email@example.comTwitter Poll Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach Directed: Danny Leiner (most well known for directing stoner comedies, Dude, Where's My Car, and Harold and Kumar) Starring: Seann William Scott Randy Quaid Brando Eaton Emilee Wallace A.D. Miles Leonor Varela Released: Jan 13, 2009 Budget: $15M ($20.7M in 2022) Box Office: No box office info, released directly to video. Ratings: IMDb 5.4/10 Rotten Tomatoes: No score, only 2 professional reivews. Audience score of only 27%Metacritic No results Google Users 55% Here art thine Awards My Lord Tucker the Wanker second Earl of Wessex. Lord of the Furries. Heir of Lord baldy the one eyed snake wrestler. Protector of Freedom units. Step Sibling with funny feelings down stairs. Entertainer of uncles. No awards. First time you saw the movie? Plot:https://moviepooper.com/movie/balls-out-gary-the-tennis-coach/Lincoln West High gets to the state tennis finals against Southpoint High, and Mike (Brando Eaton) gets matched up against Southpoint's star player Tommy Tremble (Joseph Dwyer) to determine which school will walk away with the championship.Mike wins the first set, and Tommy wins the second. During the fifteen-minute break before the final set, Mike gets another verbal beatdown from his father for playing shoddily during the second set (though that's because his legs are cramping up), and Mike finally musters up the courage to tell his father off for the first time. As the third set is underway, Mike's left knee locks up, threatening the forfeiture of the set to Tommy. As Jenny (Emilee Wallace) massages his knee, Gary (Seann William Scott) orders Chang (Justin Chon) to get the teammates to do something to motivate Mike, so they all end up doing the tomahawk chop chant, and they get the supporters of their school to join in with them. In the midst of this, the principal's daughter, Amy (Ryan Simpkins), shouts out a profanity-laden speech of encouragement. The support forces Mike to dig deep within himself and mentally shut out his pain, and then he beats Tommy to win the state title. As the team celebrates, Mike gets a handshake and a hug from his father, and he also kisses Jenny. Gary then watches as an owl lands near him, and he sees that it is actually Lew's (Randy Quaid) spirit in owl form. He tells Lew that, since he has led the team to championship glory, he doesn't know what to do next. Lew replies that, while he can't tell him what to do next, he can tell him that those boys will never forget this wonderful day. He praises Gary for being a great coach and flies away, and the team then salutes Gary. Some days later, after Gary puts the championship trophy in the school's trophy case, he finally arranges a date with Norma (Leonor Varela). He then overconfidently narrates to himself that, after he marries Norma, he should get a teaching degree, and maybe he could turn some dead-end loser into a future U.S. president. TOP 51 Despite being direct-to-DVD in the US, the film was shown in theaters in Iceland. 2 To date, the last film to feature Randy Quaid. 3 Script was discovered by the BlueCat Screenplay Competition in 2005, going on to win the top prize. Within days, BlueCat sent screenplay to producer Peter Morgan to read. **TRIPLE LINDY AWARD** **REVIEW AND RATING** TOP 5Stephen:1 Breakfast club2 T23 Sandlot4color out of space5 Mail order brides Chris:1. sandlots2. T23. trick r treat4. rocky horror picture show5. hubie halloween Trey:1) Boondocks Saints2) Mail Order Brides3) Tombstone4) Very bad things5) She out of my league Tucker:1. T22: Tombstone4: My Cousin Vinny5: John WickNational treasure WHAT ARE WE DOING NEXT WEEK? Web: https://theguysreview.simplecast.com/EM: firstname.lastname@example.orgIG: @TheGuysReviewPodTW: @The_GuysReview - Twitter DM groupFB: https://facebook.com/TheGuysReviewPod/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYKXJhq9LbQ2VfR4K33kT9Q Please, Subscribe, rate and review us wherever you get your podcasts from!! Thank you,-The Guys
Welcome to Season 11, Episode 29, of the ParentingAces Podcast, a proud member of the Tennis Channel Podcast Network. This week, Lisa chats with NAIA Men's and Women's Tennis Coach, Chance Joost. You recently heard Lisa and Todd Widom discuss the prevalence of international players in Division I tennis and some ideas to increase the chances for American players to be recruited successfully. But, there's more to college tennis than Division I, and Chance Joost is a clear example of looking beyond DI to play and coach at the college level. Chance and his older brother were accomplished junior tennis players who had opportunities to play at top-ranked DI schools. While his older brother started out at a DI program, both he and Chance finished their college tennis careers at a Division II school closer to their beloved grandfather, winning conference championships and earning All-American status. After college, Chance found himself with coaching opportunities at a variety of schools, eventually choosing a head coaching job at William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri, part of the NAIA. Coach Joost shares with us the opportunities afforded to students - academically, athletically, and financially - at his university. The student-athlete experience at William Woods, and schools like it, goes well beyond the typical DI experience. You will hear Chance talk about the integration of the tennis program with all other sports, how he and the other coaches utilize the student resources available to promote their teams and activities, and the unique system at William Woods to reward students financially for engaging in a variety of on- and off-campus activities. Our goal here at ParentingAces is to shine a light on the variety of college tennis programs available to juniors who want to continue developing and competing. While the top DI programs get most of the coverage and exposure, it's important to do your research when looking for the right fit, academically and tennis-wise. College can be the best four years (or five as the trend seems to be these days) of your child's life. Why not put in a little extra work to ensure they find the best program available? Lisa is here to assist in the form of consults when needed, so be sure to take full advantage! For more information on William Woods University and its tennis program, visit https://wwuowls.com/sports/womens-tennis. If you have specific questions for Chance, you can email him at email@example.com. If you're so inclined, please share this – and all our episodes! – with your tennis community. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or via your favorite podcast app. If you haven't already, be sure to become a Member of ParentingAces by visiting https://parentingaces.com/membership-join. And check out our logo'd merch as well as our a la carte personal consultations in our online shop (Premium Members received FREE SHIPPING every day!). CREDITS Intro & Outro Music: Morgan Stone aka STØNE Audio & Video Editing: Lisa Stone Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the 100th episode of the GreatBase Tennis (GBT) podcast, Steve Smith interviews Jeremy Wurtzman. The two have known each other for 30 years, so their conversation goes back to when Jeremy was 10 years old. Now 40, Jeremy is the father of three children and the Head Men's Tennis Coach at Indiana University.On the GBT website, there is a free educational course called "Tennis Intelligence Applied" and one of the short videos is a pre-post of Jeremy. He re-built his technical base under Steve's tutelage and the improvements reveal change for the better. Becoming the #1 ranked singles player in division I tennis is just one of Jeremy's numerous accomplishments.We are confident that those who can make time to listen to Steve and Jeremy will thoroughly enjoy their conversation.
2nd Chances: Are you So Focused on the Hustle, You're Missing the Most Important Part: Building a Legacy, Creating Memories and Quality Time with Family? An Interview with Coach Bruce on 3 Ways to Create a More intentional Life. Coach Bruce is our family Tennis Coach. When I first met him, we were talking about family, when he showed me a picture of his kids. He said: these aren't my grandkids, but rather, my actual kids. And with the happiest smile, he said: I'm thankful for 2nd chances.So, of course, I had to dig into the ooey gooey goodness he had learned on the first go round, through divorce, building a career and raising a family.We discuss the pitfalls and perks of The Hustle, knowing our WHY and how to navigate a more intentioal life to:~ Create Memories and~ Build a Legacy.Mentions:Love your Mom Life Podcast with Nikki Oden ~ How Systems Create EfficiencyJason AldeanGary Chapman, Love Languages BookJim Carrey, Yes ManCoach Bruce is a married father of 4, a former Fire Fighter in Fort Meyers, FL, owner of a tennis academy and tennis coach in Atlanta, GA. He shares tons of wisdom gained from 2nd chances. Stephanie's Bio:Stephanie Pletka is a motivational speaker, author of Living Your Best Life and radio show host of Motherhood Mindset on Faith Talk Radio 1360 in Phoenix. She produces a weekly podcast to help women navigate the messy parts of motherhood.Get ready for entertaining stories and 3 actionable steps to finding the goodness in the hard places. It's time to be encouraged to chase your dreams and write your story.Grab a copy of Living Your Best Life or download your audible for moms on the go.Subscribe to stephaniepletka.com for mom hacks, tips and upcoming events.@stephaniepletka IGSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode Brittany is chatting with her dad,Jeff Wallace, who is also the Women's Tennis Coach at The University of Georgia. He just finished his 37th season and is the most winningest active women's tennis coach, which is Brittany's favorite fun fact about him. In this episode you'll hear About Jeff, his childhood, love for Athens, GA and coaching Two stories from Brittany's childhood that are unforgettable His advice for college athletes & their parents Three major differences throughout his years as a coach His favorite things about coaching Listen to Jarryd's episode here >> https://apple.co/3xRUDZN Grab your iced coffee and let's continue the chat over on Instagram @lifewithloverly
First episode after a very long break. I am reading a part of an interesting Op-ed from MADISON WILLIAMS from SI Staff about Russian players not playing Wimbledon, I think she has a good point about the real problem here. A very serious answer to a question that always makes me reflect on my tennis career, a perspective on a what makes a good coach, what is the most important duty when it comes to help a player be better and some basic reasons why playing Interclub leagues matches in Europe is a good idea. Follow Along Instagram: https://instagram.com/theplayersbox?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theplayersbox/message
Entry no.63 brings you part 2 of the Adrian Stonebridge story. In this episode you will hear how being a tennis player gave Adrian a leg up when serving in the RAF (pun intended). You will then hear about Adrian's first experiences attending coach education courses and his first jobs in tennis. A world-class story teller as well as tennis coach. Pass this episode on to all your friends. Intro/outro music by http://www.hueandcry.co.uk Artwork by http://www.olinightingale.com
No surprises here but Gabe Jaramillo, with his trademark Akubra hat, is going to become a Coaching Podcast favourite! Gabe is in the business of building confidence and believing in the power of the dream - BIG dreams! His compelling coaching moments, of which there are many, recount the struggles and success stories of working with world-renowned tennis players, including Kei Nishikori, Andre Agassi, Jimmy Arias, Jim courier, Pete Sampras, Maria Sharapova and Monica Seles. Gabe's stories are guaranteed game-changers in unlocking our own potential; so stay tuned-in until the very end to discover Emma Doyle's dream! Gabe's knowledge, wisdom, planning, passion and declaration of purpose, have seen him accomplish incredible results and amass a huge ‘Tennis on Demand' social media following, spreading the word on what it takes to be a coach and/or parent of a talented player. Speaking of innovating, fast-track to; Best Coaching Moment 3:15 The difference between talent and potential 5:30 Coaching moment that didn't go so well - You call yourself a coach? 8:20 Sliding Doors Question – My player, my athlete, my student 14:43 What is your dream? – No.1 in the world…a declaration of purpose 18:00 What makes a great coach? What did you learn? 19:25 How do we find balance? 23:10 Best coaches in the world…we never stop learning 25:20 Responsibility of social media 27:05 Talent & Potential - negotiation from a very early age 30:00 9-year-old Maria Sharapova ‘what is my objective for today?' 34:14 What is Emma Doyle's dream? 38:30 Let us know, what did you learn? What is your dream? About Gabe Jaramillo Gabe Jaramillo is a Colombian/American renowned Tennis Coach, Entrepreneur, Innovator, Consultant, Influencer, and Motivational Speaker. Jaramillo is Senior Executive Vice President, Director of Tennis Training at Altitude International Holdings Inc. and serves on its Board of Directors, (pun intended!). Jaramillo worked with and developed many of the greatest players in tennis history, including training 11 of the world's No.1-ranked players and 27 top-10 players, such as Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Mary Pierce, Maria Sharapova, Monica Seles, and Kei Nishikori. Jaramillo is the co-founder of Club Med Academies, now Altitude Academies. His Tennis On Demand YouTube channel has over 10 million viewers, Facebook reaches over 100 thousand, and his Instagram in excess of 65 thousand followers. Tennis on Demand YouTube https://youtu.be/fyB0z-xtMMc
On the 94th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith and Roberto Calla have an in-depth conversation with Chad Berryhill. Currently, Chad is the Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach at St. Leo University in Florida.Chad has nearly twenty years of experience as a college tennis coach. Upon graduating from Ferris State University's Professional Tennis Management program, Chad worked with Steve and Roberto for five years. During that period, he completed his master's in Physical Education at South Florida University, managed a twenty-eight court complex, worked 24/7 with goal-oriented juniors, and won an NJCAA national title as one of the youngest in the history of college tennis.
Today on The Fast Lane with Ed Lane: - Ed & Trey Lyle on if #TakeCommand should have hope when it comes to Dan Snyder - Virginia Tech Softball HC Pete D'Amour on the #Hokies Super Regional vs. Florida - UVA Mens Tennis HC Andres Pedroso on winning the national title
Show Notes Eric Spangler is the Head Men's Tennis Coach at Haverford College. In this conversation with Gian, he discusses: His journey of faith during COVID The power of mentorship in his life Extra Question: How to make your athletes improve at a faster rate. (The Christian Coach Community Only) And much more!!! Follow us on Twitter: @ChristCoachPod
In this episode Steven and Alex sit down with Princeton University Men's Tennis coach, Billy Pate. Billy has been involved in college tennis for 27 years, which included two years as an assistant coach at Notre Dame and ten years as a head coach at University of Alabama. In the episode Coach Pate tells Steven and Alex how he got involved in college tennis and why he didn't fall in love with the job right away. He talks about recruiting for Princeton Univeristy and how it is different from recruiting for other Division 1 schools. Lastly, coach Pate discusses the direction college tennis is heading in and gives young aspiring college tennis players advice on their journey ahead. Links To Just Slap Tennis Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justslappodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/justslappodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Just-Slap-Tennis-109994734919454 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7w5zXroZIXThPJMpxHmEjM For business inquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/just-slap-podcast/support
Audra Cohen, the Head Women's Tennis Coach at the University of Oklahoma, is no stranger to winning. In her freshman year at Northwestern, she won 51 singles matches. The following year she won an NCAA singles title at the University of Miami. She reached a career-high of #229 on the WTA tour before joining the college coaching ranks as an assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin. She took over the head coaching responsibilities at North Florida in 2011, where she was named a three-time Atlantic Sun Coach of the year winning four Atlantic Sun Tournament titles. Audra is now the head women's coach at the University of Oklahoma, where she is having a breakout year, reaching the finals of the ITA National Indoor Championships in February, winning a Big-12 regular-season title, and will enter the NCAA tournament later this month as one of the favorites to win it all. In this podcast, Audra shares many aspects of her coaching philosophy and processes for recruiting, doubles, and sports psychology, as well as her role as the CEO of the OU women's tennis program.
The number 29 is the theme and the boys catch up to draft their very own ultimate tennis team made up entirely of players who where once ranked 29 in the world. DISCLAIMER: As Nelson forgot to pack a microphone, the sound quality of his section is low quality (for this we apologise) The boys also share their favorite ice-breakers both on and off the court. Enjoy
PBD Podcast Episode 149. In this episode, Patrick Bet-David is joined by Adam Sosnick and pro tennis coach Rick Macci. Follow Rick on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3Mx6GBx Check out The Rick Macci Tennis Academy: https://bit.ly/3vIa7OT Text: PODCAST to 310.340.1132 to get added to the distribution list About: Rick Macci is an American tennis coach and former player. He is a United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Master Professional, and seven-time USPTA national coach of the year who has trained five number one ranked players: Andy Roddick, Jennifer Capriati, Maria Sharapova, Serena Williams, and Venus Williams. About Co-Host: Adam “Sos” Sosnick has lived a true rags to riches story. He hasn't always been an authority on money. Connect with him on his weekly SOSCAST here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4s_zB_R7I0VW88nOW4PJkyREjT7rJic Patrick Bet-David is the founder and CEO of Valuetainment Media. He is the author of the #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller Your Next Five Moves (Simon & Schuster) and a father of 2 boys and 2 girls. He currently resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbdpodcast/support
Duke women's tennis coach Jamie Ashworth joins the show fresh off beating Virginia to win the ACC championship. Plus Virginia Lacrosse midfielder Jeff Conner makes his debut on the show after UVA clinched their 19th ACC Championship. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We sit down with Laura Young who is the wife of Ben Young, High School Tennis Coach. In this episode, we talk about her journey as a Tennis Coach's wife. We also talk about: Her fertility journey Being independent in the sports industry Misconceptions of Tennis Being a teacher, mom, and wife Her blog and Instagram community Going through tough times with your significant other Meethttps://www.instagram.com/the_laura_young/ ( Laura)! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdDLEj5U3RiCXOO6ZBeOUvV2JW8_NINEsCWOMVqgyW9kzjxGA/viewform (Submit a job )to Playmaker Professionals! https://forms.gle/WsDz2czDvJC7m1u47 (Sign up for our Newsletter)! Connect with us! More Than a Seasonhttps://www.instagram.com/morethanaseasonpodcast/ ( Instagram ) Get to know https://www.instagram.com/ashleymcramer/ (Ashley ) Get to know https://www.instagram.com/brittlabbe/ (Brittany) Visit our website: https://my.captivate.fm/www.morethanaseasonpodcast.com (www.morethanaseasonpodcast.com) Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Young is the Director of Tennis and the Head Coach of Women's Tennis at Oklahoma State University. He has been at the helm of the OSU tennis program for more than 12 years compiling a record of 204 wins against only 97 losses. Young has been credited with turning OSU tennis into an international program. Listen in as Chris deep dives into his leadership philosophy, covering his love of taking on challenges, his passion for bringing talented individuals together, and orchestrating wins that set a new precedent for everybody involved. In addition, he shares his belief that tennis is both an individual and a team sport and emphasizes that coaches need to focus on cultivating a mentality of focus, and a culture of collaboration in their athletes. This episode is now on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also listen via the podcast player embedded above. Make sure to subscribe to “How That Happened” to receive our latest episodes, learn more about our guests, and collect resources on how to better run your business.
Welcome to episode #93. Today's guest is heavily in the tennis world and whether you're a tennis fan or not, this gentleman needs little introduction. He is the Founder, Chairman & CEO of the Mouratoglou Academy and CEO of UTS (Ultimate Tennis Showdown), which is a revolutionary tennis league aiming to modernise the tennis industry. Our guest today is one of the most recognised figures in tennis, with 10 Grand Slam titles, 2 Gold Medals, and 31 coaching singles titles. He is known for his innovative and disruptive vision. Having started his tennis academy in 1996. He's been coaching and mentoring for more than 25 years, including legends such as Serena Wiliams and rising stars like Stefanos Tsitsipas and Coco Gauff. He's also consulted for the largest sport media on the planet, published his own books, founded a foundation supporting the future stars of tennis, even featured in a Netflix documentary titled ‘The Playbook', and opened tennis centres in the world's most stunning locations. Affectionately nicknamed the “Mastermind”, our guest is rewriting tennis' legacy in every way possible. Some of the topics we spoke about include: What we need to look for when hiring a coach What he as a coach looks out for when coaching someone that wants to work with him His view on the 'coachability' of a person How to get the most out of someone when coaching And then we swung the conversation to all things Web 3 and NFT's including his project and involvement in that space. So if you're someone that's interested in world class practices around coaching, being coached – and, the innovation that's happening with the melding of tennis and Web 3 and NFTs, then this episode is for you. Now a quick note, if we aren't connected yet on Instagram, I invite you to follow me on my handle @TheGiantThinker as I share daily posts and stories on helping decision-makers, business owners and leaders get unstuck lightning fast through human-centred design methodologies, creative strategies and personal experiences. Send me a DM I'd love to hear from you! You can find me on my handle @TheGiantThinker. Alright, let's dive in. I present to you … the highly strategic, charismatic and results-driven tennis coach ... Patrick Mouratoglou! More on Patrick can be found via the links below: https://thecoachnft.io https://www.mouratoglou.com https://www.instagram.com/patrickmouratoglou https://www.linkedin.com/in/patrick-mouratoglou-49364132 https://utslive.tv Subscribe to The Giant Thinkers Podcast on iTunes. Want to know the most productive tool that has helped me accelerate my progress? It's the Five-Minute Journal; the simplest, most effective thing you can do everyday to be happier. It's a physical journal that gives you a positive quote, followed by three questions you answer in the morning and two questions to answer in the evening before bed. It basically anchors your mind in a positively focused, intentional and grateful mindset, in less than 5 minutes a day. Grab yours here: GiantThinkers.com/fiveminutejournal
Ever wonder what you could learn from a Tennis coach other than tennis? Talk to Clint Laukhuf and discover how his experience as a coach can help you grow as a human being. Get in touch with Clint: https://www.instagram.com/coach_clint_l/?hl=en