Category: Player Development

Experience with Top Coaches: Alberto Castellani

Read our other experiences below: Experience with Robi Cokan Experience with Alexander Waske Mind & Body Mr. Alberto Castellani, ATP Coach and GPTCA, President is the latest member of the international tennis fraternity I’ve had the pleasure of learning from.

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  • 30th Dec, 2019
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Tennis As A Career

This article touches on the financial side of tennis training as a career option in India and is based on average rates in academies and retail prices. Tennis as a hobby sport is economical enough to be taken up and

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Learn Concentration to Become a Champion

The 2019 ATP Finals proved to explosive as the NextGen finally made their mark. With a lot of new players this time around, the Finals were a precursor to the future of tennis. The Journey Starts With Concentration This is

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A Player’s Journey: Minal

Living life with a clear conscience will usually bring about the best results for you on a day to day basis. Use that same mentality on the tennis court and you will probably end up with a similar outcome. Watching

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Experience With Top Coaches: Alexander Waske

Intensity is a Belief That’s the motto of Alexander Waske (and his academy), with whom I had the pleasure of spending a few days with. About Alexander Waske Being a Top 100 ranked player, in both ATP Singles and Doubles,

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Experiences With Top Coaches: Robi Cokan

Over the years, ITL (as a league and personally) have had meetings, sessions and camps with quite a few coaches in India and abroad. Some of them have trained either ATP/WTA Professionals or top ITF ranked juniors. One such coach

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Best U.S. Tennis Colleges

College tennis in the United States is a popular option for a lot of players looking to continue studies, while still deciding whether they want to go Pro or not. The facilities, training, playing atmosphere and competition are some of

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How To Develop A Player Pathway

Juniors need a defined pathway to help them through the many intricacies and hurdles of a professional tennis career. Usually the national associations provide their countries academies, or state run training centres, with guidelines on how to develop players from

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  • 2nd Apr, 2019
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