Results: 127 Record(s) Found.

Habits for Tennis Success: Training the Mindset and Skills in Practice

The 10th habit is that the best players engage in the mentality and the competitive behaviors they are planning to use in matches. The mental game plan that will be deployed should always be practiced, evaluated and refined in a training environment. Read More

The importance of positive coaching

In the performance coaching world, when working with young adolescent players, there is no doubt we as coaches need to be tough on our players to foster certain character qualities to help them prepare for the tough situations they will face come match time. However, the way we provide feedback, both verbally and non-verbally, needs to be on the spectrum of positive coaching. Read More

Liu, Li to battle in all-American girls' final at Wimbledon

An American girl is guaranteed to be crowned champion at Wimbledon in 2017, as Claire Liu and Ann Li won their semifinal matches to reach the girls' singles final. Read More

Liu, Li reach Wimbledon girls' semifinals

American juniors continue to have success at the world's biggest tournaments, as 17-year-olds Claire Liu and Ann Li have advanced to the semifinals at junior Wimbledon. Read More

Team USA in Review: June 2017

Consistent results from a veteran and breakthrough performances from a relative newcomer led to Donald Young and CiCi Bellis being named Team USA Players of the Month for June. Read More

Big things ahead for American tennis

It looks like great things are ahead for American tennis, as a talented group of young men and women are rising in the rankings and achieving strong results on the pro tours. Read More

Greg Labanowski blog: Why I got into coaching

Greg Labanowski begins his USTA coaching fellowship after graduating from the University of Southern California in May 2017. He will be writing a blog for throughout his time with Player Development and talks about what led him to coaching in his first entry. Read More

Nelly Ciolkowski blog: My first week as a fellow

Nelly Ciolkowski, who played college tennis at Clemson, received a coaching fellowship to work with USTA Player Development this summer and has been paired with USTA National Coach and U.S. Fed Cup Captain Kathy Rinaldi, who will serve as a mentor to her during her time in Orlando. Ciolkowski is blogging about her experiences at the USTA National Campus in a weekly blog for In her first entry, she writes about her first week at the USTA National Campus. Read More

Harry Jadun blog: The tremendous responsibility of a coach

In his first blog for, Michigan State Assistant Coach Harry Jadun shares how he developed a love for the game of tennis and what drew him into the field of coaching. Read More

May 2017 Honor Roll

Check out the Player Development talent spotlight for May 2017. Read More
Results: 127 Record(s) Found.