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This podcast's mission is to discuss junior tennis with a focus on the journey and process of player development. We discuss trends in junior development and promote tennis events at all levels, including college, Futures, Challengers, ATP/WTA, and local events. We would like to invite our audience to share our experience raising competitive junior tennis players in the USA. We will discuss the highs and lows of being a Payer as we watch our players.
 
The Players' Lounge is a tennis podcast that focuses on the mental aspect of the game. In this podcast you will get tips on: - How to become more confident on the tennis court;-How to build a winning mentality;- How to deal with pressure before and during a tennis match;- How to finance your tennis career ;- How to surround yourself with the right people;- How to prepare your "after-career"The podcast will also feature "case studies" around tennis icons such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, S ...
 
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In this episode we explore ways to make tennis more fan-friendly, how players can take advantage of the NCAA NIL rules, the UTR's Pro Tennis Tour, and we talk about Jett's tennis development.Jett Middleton is a sophomore on the University of Arizona's tennis team. Jett grew up in Colorado, and moved to California in high school to improve his tenni…
 
🎾Wimbledon is over and while Djokovic's 20th slam has put the tennis in a frenzy in a potential calendar Grand Slam, I want to focus on Ash Barty's win and why her victory is an exceptional mental performance. In this episode you will learn: 📄What you can learn from her 24-day recovery plan after her injury at the French Open and why the perfect pr…
 
As a former professional tennis player on the WTA tour, I am very grateful for the valuable lessons that I have learned and the skills that I have acquired on and off the court. As many tennis players train hard in the hopes to step on Center Court at Wimbledon one day, a lot of players and their parents face obstacles they are not prepared to deal…
 
In this second part of this episode dedicated to the lessons we can learn from the 2021 French Open (if you did not have a chance to listen to the first part that focused on the mental strategies Krejcikova and Djokovic used to have the edge over their opponents, here is the link), we will dig into the losses of Rafael Nadal, “King of Clay” for the…
 
That’s a wrap Roland Garros! And the least we can say is that the 2021 French Open was a special one! The withdrawals of Naomi Osaka and Roger Federer were definitely a shock in the first week of the slam. In the second week, the legendary semi final between Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, the surprising but very refreshing victory of Barbora Krej…
 
Coaches play a huge role in the tennis, yet, we don’t often have the opportunity to hear about their experience on tour and how they help players to reach the top. In this episode, I had the pleasure to interview Emma Doyle, world class tennis coach who coached top juniors and many players on tour. Emma is Australian, she’s a high performance tenni…
 
Eric was a 5-time All American at Kentucky, and holds the NCAA record for most singles match victories. He made the finals of the 2012 NCAA Singles championships, where he lost to Steve Johnson. In his return to the podcast (also see Episode 28), we catch up with Eric and discuss what he's learned after being away from professional tennis for a cou…
 
“He/she knows vs he/she doesn't know how to deal with pressure on big points”. How often do we hear these sentences from commentators while watching matches or from people watching us playing from the sidelines? A lot. But how often do we hear people talk about the reason why players feel pressure and why do most of us hate pressure? Not much. As i…
 
Making a successful transition from juniors to the pros is something a lot of tennis players struggle with. One of the keys to succeed in this transition is to have the right team to help you reach your goals. Vlado Platenik, a former tennis player from Slovakia has been a very successful coach who over the 20 years he spent coaching on tour, he to…
 
How often do we hear stories about the so-called “crazy tennis parents”? A lot. But how often do we discuss the struggles tennis parents encounter or the tips and tools they can use to help their children reach their full potential? Not so much. In this episode of The Players’ Lounge, my guest Hernan Chousa shares his expertise on this topic. Herna…
 
Since the resumption of the ATP WTA circuits, several players have spoken publicly about their difficulties dealing with the new sanitary restrictions on tour due to the covid pandemic. If Benoît Paire stirred a lot of controversy with his recent poor performances on court and controversial statements, it seems that more and more players seem to me…
 
Alright Australian Open 2021, that's a wrap! Besides the dominant performances of Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic, we saw great matches and multiple reasons to be excited for the rest of the season! Let's see how you can learn from Naomi Osaka, Serena Williams, Daniil Medvedev and Novak Djokovic to take your game to the next level! In this episode: …
 
The fear of winning... We have all at least once faced it. On the eve of the Australian Open, first Slam of the year, let's discuss the topic of fear of winning, how it comes unannounced at the worst possible time, and how to face it by analyzing one of the most iconic matches of the tournament: the 2009 semi-final between Verdasco and Nadal. You c…
 
Happy New Year everyone ! In this first 2021 episode of The Players' Lounge, we won't talk about New Years resolutions but will reflect on how 2020 was a big shock to everybody but forced tennis players to rethink how to approach their career. You will learn: -How to deal with mental health struggles when there's still uncertainty; -Why tennis play…
 
"I lost because he/she cheated the whole match..." "He/she called the physio but he/she wasn't injured..." We hear these often and in this episode you will learn: -The NUMBER ONE MISTAKE players make when their "injured" opponent keeps playing -If cheating is a "valid" strategy ? -How to win the game using your physical strenght and body language -…
 
In this episode, we talk with Diego Moyano - one of the most successful coaches in USTA player development. Diego has worked closely with Reilly Opelka, Tommy Paul, Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe, Dennis Kudla and many more. He's been referred to as America's Tennis Whisperer.Diego shares his thoughts on junior player development, including how to de…
 
Many thanks! You are more and more to follow The Players' Lounge podcast on Google and Apple podcasts and Spotify, and after 10 episodes I want to give you the floor! In order to produce content that is more in tune with your needs in terms of content to improve your mental performance ! That's why I'm organizing from Tuesday 25th until Sunday 30th…
 
This week, Rafael Nadal has announced that he would not defend his title at this year's US Open and also implied that he wouldn't play at the French Open if he was not sure about the safety measures. That news is a great opportunity to take a closer look at this incredible champion who is quite shy and introverted in his daily life but who knows ho…
 
Last week, Brenda Furvithova, 13 years old beat her fellow Czech countrywoman Katerina Siniakova ranked 54 at the WTA rankings at an exhibition tournament. Earlier this year, Furvithova already made her name for herself when she won Les Petits As, the "unofficial" under 14 world championship. As some tennis observers are already predicting her a ve…
 
Reflecting on Robin Soderling's recent interview in which he revealed the mental health issues he faced while at the peak of his career. In this episode, you will learn about the 5 most common mental struggles tennis players face and that have a negative impact on their career and the solutions to overcome these struggles. 1: Not Feeling Good Enoug…
 
In this episode, we discuss the 6 main Mistakes that prevent tennis players to have a successful tennis career on tour. Here they are: 1. Chasing a dream that is not Yours (from 2'16" to 8'42" ); 2. Not building a solid team (from 8'43" to 15'06" ); 3. Not having a holistic approach (from 15'08" to 18'32" ); 4. Failing to have a money strategy (fro…
 
After discussing why Talent is a Myth even for Roger Federer in the part 1 of this episode discussing the topic of talent, in this episode, you will learn the 8 Skills that every tennis player can develop in order to take their mental game to the next level.Jennifer M による
 
Jordan Cox was one of the highest ranked junior tennis in the US. He culminated his junior career by making the finals of Jr Wimbledon. After a few years on the pro circuit, he finished his career at Georgia Gwinnett College. He led the Grizzlies to 3 NAIA National Championships while he was there. Jordan is currently pursuing his acting career and…
 
In this episode, you will learn: -Why praising (young) tennis players for their "talent" can have a negative impact (from 3'20" to 11'10") -How Roger Federer did not become another "wasted talent" and what are some of the less-talked about skills who makes him great (from 11'11" to 30'01") -How tennis players can use Federer's approach to build the…
 
This episode is about overcoming doubt as a tennis players and the feeling of "not being enough". You will learn: -How to Deal With Self-Doubt; -How to Respond to Negative Comments and to Naysayers -How to Reprogram your Brain for SuccessJennifer M による
 
There are no "crazy tennis parents". Only parents who want the best but don't always do what's best. Do you sometimes feel frustrated watching your kid play ? Do you sometimes feel he/she didn't try his/her best ? Do you compare your kid with other players ? If the answer is yes, this episode is for you ! You will learn: -Can you Be a "Tennis Paren…
 
Adam Blicher is a high performance coach and sport psychology consultant in his home country of Denmark. Adam is also the host of wildly popular tennis podcast, The Adam Blicher Show.In this episode we discuss Adam’s approach to coaching junior tennis players, how to structure an efficient practice, and the benefits & limitations of data analytics …
 
Is Novak Djokovic the GOAT? I don't know, maybe. To be honest, it does not matter. What is exceptional is his mental toughness that has allowed to dominate men's tennis over the past 10 years. In this episode, you will learn: -What is Shark Empathy and how you can use it to improve your mental skills; -How Djokovic used his mental toughness to fill…
 
Tennis is facing its biggest crisis with the ATP, WTA and ITF circuits being on hold until the 13th of July (at the earliest ) due to the coronavirus pandemic. As many tennis players have expressed their lack of motivation, in this episode, you will learn: How the coronavirus can prepare you for the ATP, WTA, ITF circuits How to change the way you …
 
In the first episode of the Players' Lounge, you will learn: -What type of tennis player you are ; -How to define your Tennis Identity; -The three main stages in the development of a tennis player's mental identity : *7 to 12 years old (development of the love of the game and initiation to competition) *12 to 16 years old: foundation and building o…
 
This is episode 0 of The Players' Lounge, the first bilingual tennis podcast ! What will you get in this podcast? -The mental strategies of tennis icons such Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic or Serena Williams and how to apply it to your game ; -The struggles and solutions when you want to become a professional tennis player; - Mental to…
 
Beau is currently the travelling coach for Brandon Nakashima. Beau played college tennis at Nebraska (Big 10 Doubles Champion) and played 4 year on the Futures/Challenger circuit.Before joining Brandon's team, Beau was a High Performance coach at the Brymer-Lewis Tennis Academy in Southern California.Beau is passionate about maximizing tennis perfo…
 
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