In modern tennis, the way and quality of the stroke regulation from the point of the body energy involvement in the strokes decide almost everything!
Where to find the main stroke regulatory problems, which are significantly limiting the developmental potential of players at all levels and what are the stroke regulatory differences between today’s top players and the average players as well as many promising juniors?
What is the “TENNIS 3.0 CODE” and how to use the “3-STEP TENNIS STROKE REGULATION” in an ideal way?
Our Entry Program – “TENNIS 3.0 – Future of the Game” gives answers to these above-mentioned questions and creates the needed philosophical base for the sound understanding as well as for the development of the sustainable teaching methods of the modern tennis game at any age and level while reflecting the main regulatory elements deciding about the long-term success of the process.
Overview of the main points covered in the seminar:
- Characteristics of the development stages from Tennis 1.o over Tennis 2.0 to TENNIS 3.0 – developments of the material and know-how determine the development of the game.
- How did I teach tennis in the past and how do I teach it now?
- Tennis 1.0 a 2.0 don’t dominate at the top anymore. What are the main characteristics of TENNIS 3.0?
- Why are Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams ahead of the other players despite their age? Do they have a special code?
- Why from the view of the quality of the strokes was Marie Sharapova not able to beat Serena Williams?
- What are the main reasons for the mistake-prone forehand of Karolina Pliskova?
- What hinders former Czech junior standout Jiří Vesely on the way to the top of the pro game?
- Why is Czech men’s tennis losing the contact with the world best players?
- The secret behind the surprising 2017 US.Open win of Sloane Stephens.
- Main stroke regulatory aspects causing “high mortality” of the young tennis prodigies.
- Consumer versus Creator approach to the game.
- Why focus at “racket head speed is everything” damaged generations of players?
- The most dangerous instruction pieces of advice to be “hard-wired” in the minds of the players.
- The combination of the biomechanical elements with the mental and emotional aspects influence the development of the stroke technique and the game style of the players.
- Seamless transfer between the defense and the offense is one of the main elements of the successful modern game.
- Clearing of the confusion with the stances (open. semi-open, direct, closed) and the essential importance of the GRF.
- TENNIS 3.0 CODE and 3-STEP TENNIS STROKE REGULATION at all levels of the game for a better chance of a sustainable success.
- How to build solid tennis foundation with practically unlimited further development potential – theory and practical demonstration.
- „The first 3 minutes decide almost everything” – primary imprint and its connection to the talent (typology) and its further development
- The possibilities of the optimal parental integration into the training process.
- And some more information leading to the understanding of the modern game and its training at every level
Typical / suggested schedule:
08:30-09:00 – Registration of the participants
09:00-12:30 – Morning program – class-room
12:30-12:45 – Short discussion – class-room
12:45-14:00 – Lunch Break
14:00-15:00 – Afternoon program – class-room
15:00-17:00 – Practical part – on court
17:00-17:30 – Summary & Conclussion – class-room
17:30-18:00 – Closing discussion – class-room
Symbolic presentation of some elements from the practical part of the seminar on the court: