Parents are an extremely important factor in the development of a tennis player, and they need the right information to make the right decisions.
Description: Presentation topics for parents of tennis players may be more basic, covering roles, responsibilities, rights, and proper communication between parents, coaches, and players. Presentations may also target specific situations that arise in the parent-coach-player-tennis triangle.
Process: The club's tennis coach or a parent sends a request specifying the approximate area of instruction. A group of tennis experts prepares a brief introduction to the lecture for the parents. Then the details are agreed upon and the lecture takes place.
Tennis coaches often can't see the forest for the trees. Aleš helped us to determine the right goals in a few days by using biomechanical principles and the analysis of impact efficiency, and presented very useful exercises for the development of technique and the game as a whole. An extremely interesting and useful experience for both the coach and the tennis player.