Roger Federer

From Basel To The World

Roger Federer was among his country's top junior tennis players by age 11. He turned pro in 1998, and with his victory at Wimbledon in 2003 he became the first Swiss man to win a Grand Slam singles title.

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Roger Federer, Behind The Tour,

Coaching Blueprint

Coaching Blueprint

Working closely with coaches is such a rewarding process. Challenging but so rewarding.

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Coaching Blueprint, Brett's Notes,

John McEnroe

John McEnroe - An Icon's Career

John McEnroe is a former tennis champion who earned fame for his graceful play and his temperamental outbursts.

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John Mcenroe, Behind The Tour,

Tailored coaching

What To Expect with Tailored Coaching

One of our premium services here is Tailored Coaching but...What does it look like?

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Tailored Coaching, Player Profile,

Time

Thinking Faster - Part Deux

Part one we explored some theory - Let's look at some fun ways to make thinking faster a reality.

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Decision Training, Drills, Brain Training,

Daily habits

High Performance Daily Habits

High performance comes from many smalls actions on the daily - Habits. How do you approach it?

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Brett's Notes, High Performance Habits,

Noah 1983

Mr Yanick Noah

Yanick Noah - His 19-year playing career, which included 476 singles wins, 23 tour championships in singles and 16 in doubles.

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Yanick Noah, Player Profile,

Stefanos Tsitsipas

The Rise of Tsitsipas

The rise of the Stefanos Tsitsipas - How far will he go?

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Stefanos Tsitsipas, Player Profile,

Thinking faster

How to Think Faster

Thinking faster is quite a skill to develop but, how? Plus, what does it mean to think faster?

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Decision Training, Thinking Faster, Brain Training,

Holistic Coaching

What is Holistic Coaching?

The word holistic is thrown around a lot in tennis coaching, what does it actually mean?

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Tailored Coaching, Holistic,

Brett Hillier

Tennis Technology and Lasvit Tennis

A catch up about all things Lasvit Tennis. Brett, our founder shares his journey and plans for moving Lasvit Tennis into the future.

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Technology, Lasvit Tennis, Brett's Notes,

Decision Training For Tennis

Decision Training For Tennis

Making quick and correct decisions on the tennis court is largely what distinguishes players from one another.

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Decision Training, Brain Training,

Tennis and Personality Traits

Personality and Training - How would You Train Yourself?

Knowing how a player is at their deepest level is crucial for planning their pathway. As a parent, understanding your child may sound like a silly thing to suggest..

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personality, ultimate tennis parents, case study,

Junior Tennis Pathway

Junior Tennis Pathway

This article will expand on a few key areas of focus when you are building your blueprint forward. These principles should make you and your child's journey far more enjoyable and successful.

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pathway, junior tennis, ultimate tennis parents,

The Gods of Sport

The Gods of Sport

Learning from the best is key to coaching and parenting with the most impact moving forward. The last, key ingredient comes down to the athlete. Are they willing to give their EVERYTHING to the sport they love?

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Legends, History, mindset,

The coach - Parent - Player journey

A Junior Tennis Case Study

The process of coaching players and parents should not be underestimated. It is not only nice to have, it is a must-have for a successful partnership.

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ultimate tennis parents, case study, Coaching,

Mindset - Building Block of Life Image cover

Mindset - Building Blocks of Life

We all know that mindset is at the core, at the foundation of everything we do, on the beautiful tennis court. What we fail to understand is how to practically put that into play.

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mindset, High Performance Habits,

College Tennis

College Tennis

If you focus purely on academics, you have less chance of getting that scholarship. You can still get a scholarship through academics. Why not get both?

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Scholarship, college,

Pillars Of Growth

Pillars of Growth

One of the major ideas that I'm working through is the notion of teamwork or the team that surrounds the student/child. What the 'Pillars' around them do and how they build both the foundation and house.

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Support Pillar, Team,

Words Can Make You Old - Yes, even you!

Words Can Make You Old - Yes, even you!

Most of the time it isn’t about the skill during matches or even the mistakes. It is about the pressure players put on themselves and how they deal with the mental side.

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Research, mindset, Mind Body,

Finding The Right Tennis Coach

Finding the Right Tennis Coach

There are two types of coaches. One of them is a Coach and the other is a Trainer/facilitator. Both have their places on the tennis court but in this article, we are focusing on the role of the coach.

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Coach Selection, Support Pillar,

Genetic

Is competitiveness Genetic? 'Do Men and Women act differently under stress'?

There is the age-old saying that men are from mars and women are from Venus.

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Science, Research, genetics,

Progression V Perfection

Progression VS Perfection

A major challenge for coaches is finding a balance between technical perfection and gradual progression. What is the best way to approach student development and ultimately, how to enhance and speed up the development process.

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Training Load, Teaching Method, Art of Learning,

US Open Tennis with Covid-19

US Open Tennis with Covid-19

This US Open is certainly very different, there is a player bubble implemented. Players at this year's Open must draw on their internal strength both mentally and physically to win.

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US Open, Covid-19,