In this month's 'Tip' I wanted to offer some recommended readings for all tennis players who wish to gain a competitive advantage. I have compiled a list of 5 books below along with the author and a link to each books synopsis as I believe that taking the time to read just one or all of the books below will undoubtedly provide you with some fascinating insights.
Take a look at Mark training aspiring professional players Diana Aguilar and Lauren Wich in the hot South Florida summer! Training in the heat of Florida provides an excellent opportunity to work on physical conditioning which will certainly provide an advantage over the competition!
Enjoy the pictures!
Mark is happy to announce that he has received the prestigious P-1 level certification from the USPTA placing him in a select group of individuals. The USPTA is the world's oldest and largest association of tennis-teaching professionals with more than 15,000 members worldwide.
For more information on the USPTA please visit www.USPTA.com
Melinda Czink defeats to qualify for the main draw of the 2012 Wimbledon Championships. The tournament is in its 126th year and will begin this coming Monday the 25th of June where defending champions Novak Djokovic and Petra Kvitova will be looking to defend their titles from last year. Melinda will begin her quest for glory on Tuesday against Johanna Larsson of Sweden so keep checking back to to SuperTennisCoach.com to find out more about our pre-match preparation!
The Austrian Junior Fed-Cup team finished third in Turkey after beating Croatia on the final day of the competition. After a long week of practice and match-play the Austrian tennis team represented by Christine Kandler, Denise Maxl and Anna-Mari Heil fought hard against a strong Croatian team, to end the tournament finishing third behind Germany and the Czech Republic. On day 1 Austria were given a tough first round test against Slovenia, but strong play from Christine Kandler in the #1 singles position and from Denise Maxl at the #2 position gave them an unassailable lead heading in to the doubles. Anna-Maria Heil and Denise Maxl teamed up to win a tough three set doubles match to finish the day, and win 3-0 against the Slovenians.
Kamila Kerimbayeva (KAZ) advanced to the finals of the G4 ITF in Monterrey, Mexico this week before succumbing to Mexican Camila Fuentes 6-1, 7-5. Kamila will now see her junior ranking reach a career high and will be hoping to go one round further this coming week in Saint Augustine.
Good Luck Kamila!
Watch two elite players from Kazakhstan endure some hard training.......
Zalina Khairudinova captured her first ITF pro circuit title today as she beat Anna Morgina 5-7, 6-4, 7-5. The match was played in temperatures exceeding 40 degrees and lasted just under 3 hours at the Jolie Ville Hotel and Resort in Egypt. Khairudinova will now see her ranking improve several hundred spots in singles and collected the runners up trophy in the doubles event partnering fellow countrywoman Kamila Kerimbayeva.
Click the read more link below to see the T.V. interview with Zalina after the match.