Mommy, Daddy and Me Tennis Pre-Tennis Skills video. Taking a 5 year old who has never played tennis and teaching him skills that lead him to be able to rally in 10 minutes.

This is Susan practicing her skills and taking time out with her clients.

Qualifications

Modern Tennis Methodology Certified Tester & Professional Level 4
Professional Tennis Registry Certified Professional 4A since 1989, National Tester & Clinician
United States Professional Tennis Association Certified Elite Professional
Coaching School certified Youth Coach
United States Tennis Association Coach Youth Tennis

International Sport Science Association Certified Personal Trainer

 

Coaching Times and Fees

Please contact Susan directly to set up a lesson/training session.

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Associated Club/Schools

Susan is the Director of Tennis at East Lake Woodlands Country Club.  The racquet club is a beautiful facility in a tropical setting. Pairs of courts are located throughout the grounds, surrounded by large Oaks and Palms with individual shaded cabanas overlooking each court. We have 17 courts  (14 clay and 3 hard), a pro shop a long with the brand new Crossroads Cafe.

Tennis Coaching Experience

Susan is a 30 year certified tennis professional specializing in creating and expanding innovative development programs for juniors 10 and under as well as developing high performance players. She creates development programs that ignite children’s passion for the sport and also giving them a solid foundation in playing the game. Her company, Mommy, Daddy and Me Tennis, has produced dynamic videos and delivers staff training to help clubs in training their staff to delivery this successful curriculum.

Susan played college tennis at Elon College (NC) and Radford University (VA). She was an assistant coach at Virginia Tech, Cal Tech and Irvine Community College. She coached at the Van der Meer World Training Center on Hilton Head Island, SC work with high performance players. Coach Nardi was the head coach Capistrano Valley High school where numerous players went on to play college tennis on scholarship. She is the only female to be the head coach of the All Army Tennis Team. In addition, she was the first tennis director and head coach of Achievable Dream in Newport News, VA.

Testimonials

I've known Susan Nardi for over 20 years; When I think of 10 and Under tennis there are few coaches who top my list, Susan is an national expert in this area of tennis. Additionally, as a tester for the PTR Susan has motivated many professionals to further their education and many more to become certified. Susan is always on the cutting edge looking for new ways to maximize student's performance in the shortest time span. She has managed clubs as well as 10 and under programs with great success. Her energy and connection with parents and students is unmatched which is a necessity for the 10 and under market.

Alec Horton Director of Tennis Operations Griffin Club, Los Angeles, CA

Susan is one of best at applying head and heart knowledge to what she does on the court. She is a broad student of the game, learning and motivation and knows how to get kids to respond. If you have anything to do with kid's tennis then you need to listen and learn from what Susan does on the court.

Gary Avischious President & Head Coach Coaching School

A few years ago my daughter began taking tennis lessons with Susan Nardi, little did I know about what would take place after those initial lessons. My daughter embraced the teaching and guidance that she received from Susan with great results. Susan's detailed knowledge and approach were wonderful as neither my daughter nor myself had any prior tennis experience. To this day Susan still mentors and trains my daughter in her tennis development. My daughter's confidence grew by leaps and bounds as she really flourished under Susan's developmental coaching style. I would highly recommend Susan, whether you are an experienced player or a novice like me.

Darrick Davis

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