Beginners Tennis: Learn The Technique & Mindset of The Pros
What you'll learn
- Learning forehand
- Learning backhand
- Proper mental approach to learning
- The only requirement is to have the desire to learn tennis' technical and mental approach from the start.
- Be excited about learning tennis
Learn the basics of modern tennis game with this course, easy to follow description of the baseline ground strokes, the forehand and backhand. We go deep into the most important aspects to learn and focus. Also, I'll teach you what is the real aspect you need to focus on when learning the game and how to work mentally from the moment you set foot on the court for the fist time. I'm a former tennis Pro and son to a Davis Cup, and Touring Pro player from Mexico. I have almost 30 years of experience teaching from beginners to WTA Touring Pros. I'm also a High Performance speaker & coach with years of experience working with athletes and non-athletes in the improvement of their performance and the evolution of their mentality.
These are short-length lessons that focus on what’s important to help you throughout the learning process with the best mental and physical approach. I will cover specific modern techniques used by the best tennis player in the world as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, backed up with video and pictures of them to help you match and analyze what you're learning and what they are doing. We go even deeper on the structure of the mindset of the world-class performers and how your mind needs to work if you're serious about becoming a tennis player.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners with the desire to learn modern tennis' technique
- Beginners tennis players with the desire to understand the mental aspect of the game
I grew up in Mexico playing tennis since I was 6 but didn't start competing until the age of 9. I was lucky to grow up being taught by my dad who is a former Pro Tour and Davis Cup player from Mexico, so I grew up with the highest standards of training and knowledge of the game. I played the Pro Tour in Mexico from the age of 16 until 21, then I played college in Texas. By the time I was playing professionally (16 yrs old), I had just started teaching at the tennis academy where I used to train. I started studying and researching the psychological aspect of the game back in 2010, implementing it in my training. I've had the chance to coach NCAA D1 and D2 athletes, Pro Tour, and amateur players and non-athletes. Part of their training includes improving their performance and understanding the process of mental growth and emotional balance.