Ep 19: What does it take to be a Great Coach? Interview with Top Juniors and Tour Coach Emma Doyle

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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 tennis coach, a TEDx speaker and Global speaker in tennis. Emma also helps business professionals to unleash their potential. She has just released a course called “Master your Mindset” for players. Enter the code TPL2021 and get a 17$ discount (course will be 40$ instead of 57$)!

In this conversation, you will get to discover Emma’s fantastic energy and you will learn:

  1. Emma’s take on French Open and what are some of the lessons we can learn from the early rounds from 4’50 to 8’42
  2. How to react when your opponent is trying to provoke you: Emma analyses French Open first round between Kenin and Ostapenko: from 8’43 to 10’55
  3. Why did Emma decide to become a coach at a very early age? From 10’56 to 13’54
  4. The question that changed everything and why maximizing your potential as a player helps you to become a better coach. Emma also reflects on her college tennis career in the US from 13’55 to 21’20
  5. Why it is important to learn from other coaches and stretching your comfort zone to build your skills over time: from 22’25 to 26’40
  6. What are some of the main difficulties that many coaches face? Why is it important to have a “player centric” philosophy? From 26’42 to 30’18
  7. What are the 3 most important a coach should have according to Emma? Learn about the “3E formula” at the heart of Emma’s coaching style? From 30’20 to 34’33
  8. Emma reflects on Naomi Osaka’s withdrawal from the French Open and the lessons we can learn from her decision as coaches and players: from 34’35 to 38’08
  9. How is Emma helping junior tennis players to find their sense of self and build their self-esteem around values instead of results: from 38’09 to 44’49
  10. How to find and own your superpower as a player and why being curious helps you to become a great coach? From 44’50 to 50’36
  11. How does Emma help players to find their identity outside the tennis court? From 50’37 to 53’52
  12. The importance of building a solid “parents-coach” relationship: Emma shares great strategies she uses to “train the tennis parents”: from 53’54 to 61’48 watch that video to learn your playing style
  13. What is Emma looking for in a player and shares the top 5 qualities of the best tennis players. She also explains how to build confidence: from 61’49 to 65’57
  14. Emma explains how coaching tennis and being a business coach is very similar: from 65’58 to 67’48
  15. Emma concludes the interview with a funny story on how eating “tic tac” helped a player to win a match: from 67’49 until end

Get in touch or follow Emma Doyle via the following links:
Email: info@emmadoyle.com.au, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube , Linkedin

Emma shares A free visualization exercise

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