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  1. #1

    What is your number one questions or concern about learning tennis?

    Hi Tennis Lovers

    I am a new member to your forum. I have been playing tennis competitively since primary school, and played college as well as professional level tennis.

    I love the sport and have also been coaching tennis since I was 16. I am a qualified South African Tennis Coach, as well as a qualified PTR coach.
    I have coaching experience on a club level, NCAA DIV I and higher, Adult Camps, as well as on a junior level.

    I am always interested to learn more in order to understand and help my students better.

    Therefore, I am wondering what is your number 1 concern or question in regards to learning tennis.


    Your feedback and comments will be greatly appreciated.

    I will also try to answer any of your questions.

    Looking forward becoming a valued member of your tennis community.

    Happy Tennis

    Piet Faasen

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    hi and welcome to the forum! let me think about your question and i'll get back to you on it.

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    My biggest concern is..
    I guess, losing a game.
    Every time I have a important match I'm always so nervous and feel as though my whole life will end if I lose the match.
    I'm concerned of failure in my matches.
    Why am I fighting to live, if I'm just living to fight
    Why am I trying to see, when there aint nothing in sight
    Why am I trying to give, when no one gives me a try
    Why am I dying to live, if I'm just living to die?
    -Tupac Shakur

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    Hi guys, could anyone give me some tips on different criteria for differentiating tennis groups. Any simple methods in a tennis program of how you move players up or down a group? i.e. kids who can hit topspin, kids who cannot....kids who can rally in boxes, rally from the back?
    An assessment criteria at the beginning of a term and methods of organising this criteria?

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