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Viktoriya Lushkova on transition from College Tennis to Professional Tennis
Good morning Viktoriya Lushkova, firstly, could you please tell us a little about yourself and your background as a tennis player. I was born in Ukraine, neither of my parents ever played tennis so I’m the first family member to ever play. I have played tennis for over 15 years. I first […]
A True story by Herold Super. Living in the so called ‘ Gold Coast Area’ at the Lake of Zürich, Switzerland – we say ‘Oligarch County’-Surrounded by at least 35.000 Millionaires….. On a sunny day, the very pretty moms drive their Range Rovers…Pretty daughters their Mini Coopers and dad in his Ferrari, Lamborghini or […]
Jon McLamb on Coaching and CourtHarbor, the branded court dividers…
Good morning Jon McLamb. Could you give the viewers a brief synopsis of your history in tennis? I played junior tennis in North Carolina and college tennis at East Carolina University. Following college, I taught tennis at Forsyth Country Club in Winston-Salem, NC and Bent Tree Country Club in Dallas, […]
Who’s your pick for the Ladies draw for Wimbledon 2017??
Wimbledon Women’s Singles: Top picks Serena Williams pulled off a remarkable feat earlier this year when she won the Australian Open despite being eight months pregnant. She is now in her final trimester as Wimbledon approaches, and she will have to be content with cheering on 37-year-old sister Venus from the […]
Mark Tenant – Director Inspire2Coach writes for the Socialtennis.com blog for the first time. I am sure you will find this piece interesting and informative and we look forward to hearing from him again in the not so distant future. Developing the Serve: Changing the Culture Let’s start with two questions: 1. Which do […]
Good morning ladies and gents! I sit here typing my second review of Roland Garros watching the first Semi Final of the men’s contest with Andy Murray just having won the first set tiebreak against Stan Wawrinka. Stan hasnt lost a set in this Championship before now and really hasnt played badly […]
Well, what a first few days it has been at Roland Garros. I am not there but I have managed to watch a fair bit and I have seen the reviews that the media and others have written all over Social Media… So, lets start with the ladies… There have […]
Michele Krause talks about her passion for Cardio Tennis
Good morning Michele, its fantastic to have you here today… Firstly, could you tell us a little about yourself and what you do Michele? I am the Global Education Director for Cardio Tennis, I am also the co-founder of the program and have been leading the charge since its […]
Natalie Pennicotte-Collier – Talent MindCoach and Wellbeing for Tennis
Good morning Natalie Pennicotte-Collier. It is a pleasure to interview you today! Firstly, could you just introduce yourself for our readers? Hello, sure I am a Talent MindCoach with my own practice in London & Kent, but also supporting Athletes globally by Skype. I am a Team GB clinical […]