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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.
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
Kevin is the coach of Caty and John McNally, and has coached several women on the WTA tour as well working with National level junior players.In this episode we discuss what fundamentals junior players should be focused and we explore the lessons Kevin has learned from 25+ of coaching.https://payersandplayers.com/2019/10/08/episode-47-kevin-oneill/…
 
Ronnie Schneider was the #1 recruit in his class, he won Kalamazoo 3 times (16s Singles & Doubles and 18s Doubles), was an All-American at UNC, reached a career high ATP rank of 406, and is currently the volunteer assistant at Indiana University, where he is getting his MBA.In part 2 of our conversation, we talk about his experiences of playing at …
 
In part 1 of our wide-ranging conversation with Ronnie Schneider about his junior career, including winning Kalamazoo 3 times (16s Singles, 16s Doubles, and 18s Doubles)and playing in the US Open (both junior and Main Draw doubles).Ronnie was the #1 recruit in his class in each of his 4 years of high school, and was an All-American at the Universit…
 
We talk with Heath Waters, Sr. about his philosophy on junior tennis development. Heath Waters is one of only a handful of coaches in the world to be a current ATP and WTA registered coach on the men’s and women’s professional tennis tour. Heath’s professional players have had wins over many top world ranked tour players such as the likes of Andy M…
 
Andy Brandi served as a partner of the Harold Solomon Tennis Institute since 2007 before joining the USTA staff in August 2010. While at USTA he led the Player Development team for 12 & Under Boys. From 2001-06, Brandi was Director of Tennis for IMG and the Evert Tennis Academy. From 1984-2001, he was the head coach of the University of Florida wom…
 
We discuss how Petros Chyrsochos developed into an NCAA champion. His coach in Cyprus, Demetrius Herodotou, was instrumental in his development - working with Petros as beginner and taking him to the junior Grand Slams.Following his junior career, Petros chose to play college tennis at Wake Forest, where he has won national championships both as a …
 
In this episode we talk with Tony Bresky, the head coach at Wake Forest – the defending NCAA National Champions. Coach Bresky shares his thoughts on college tennis recruiting, how important culture is to building a championship team, his outlook for the 2019 season, and how thankful he is for leaving his career in Finance behind.…
 
We discuss the developmental path of Eric Quigley, the NCAA leader in career singles wins. Eric was a 5-time All American at University of Kentucky, and reached an ATP ranking of 297. Eric was not a tennis prodigy, but with his passion and commitment became one of the top ranked juniors in the USA and had a stellar college career.Eric now resides i…
 
We discuss the junior development process of top 60 ATP player Tennys Sandgren. He grew up in Gallatin, TN with nothing but a tennis court and ball machine in his backyard. With coaching from his mother, he became one of the top US junior tennis players. After 2 years at the University of Tennessee, he joined the professional grind. He broke out in…
 
Sebastian Stiefelmeyer grew up in Vienna, Austria. He was ranked as high #67 ITF, and played college tennis at University of Louisville, where he was the outdoor fall national championship and reached the #1 ITA (NCAA) ranking in his senior year.We talk about his junior development in Austria, including practicing with Dominic Thiem. We also discus…
 
We look back at data from the USTA 12U rankings for boys from 2008 - 2011, and see if there are any trends or takeaways from where those players ended up as high school seniors. Here is the Google Sheet, with the data:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1F9H0qXzLNDI7y2cFtAeb5KyUgFXdT3WyCLik5nLgn5s/edit#gid=1126298337We also referred to an amazin…
 
In this episode Scott and Robert discuss what behavior is acceptable and unacceptable in junior tennis. If we are going to compare our players behavior to Roger Federer, which Federer should it be - the Federer of today or the junior Federer?We also discuss one podcast and one book that we would recommend to our listeners, and provide a brief recap…
 
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