Best Tennis Coaches
Having a tennis coach is as important as being talented in the sport. Great coaches know how to bring their players to the top ranking in that tournaments and know how to get them to the next level after they do and pushes the players to get the number one spot.
Some of best sort after coaches in the world have achieved this and so much more. The purpose of a coach is to take all the raw talent and ensure it’s molded to in a powerhouse. They focus on the physical side of the player as well as their mindset. A player that is all rounded has control of both the mental and physical.
Magnus Norman has coached Stanislas Wawrinka by taking his talent and turning around in an incredible way. He has never managed a quarterfinal appearance previously. Wawrinka has now managed to get into the quarterfinals of Roland Garros and the semis at the US open. His success against the-the top 10 had just increased with Norman as the coach.
Franco Davin, the coach of Juan Martin del Portro, helped get the player to rank 9 from his previous lowest rank of 65 in the world. He reached the quarters of the Australian open, the semis of the French open and a win against Roger Federer in the final of the US open. This is a display of what having the right person by any players side can do.
Ivan Lendi achieved the biggest win when his player Andy Murray won Wimbledon. Not only did the coach help with this player’s incredible talent but also with regards to the player’s emotions and how to handle them especially on the court. Murray is a Wimbledon champion; US open Champion and an Olympic champion. An impressive career and achievements thanks to his coach.
Marian Vajda took a player that was ranked 40 in the world and turned him into one of the most powerful feared players. Novak Djokovic. Vajda has lead Djokovic to six Grand slam titles. In 12 months Djokovic moved from 40 to 5 in the world. This coach seems to know exactly how his player and wire and ensures that he achieves his full potential.
Toni Nadal, the uncle of Rafael Nadal brings new meaning to the word coach. He has ensured that no stone is left unturned with his nephew. Nadal has won thirteen Grand slam titles in is career and it’s not the end. Nadal always pushes himself to be the best. Toni Nadal has been coaching and training Nadal since he was a little kid to be where he is today.
The common trend with all the coaches above is humility. They believe in their player’s talent and always praise them rather than try to take any of the credit for themselves. Having that pillar of knowledge, experience and support behind each of the players in important to ensure that can achieve as much as possible and go as far as possible. It is clear that if the players did not have the coaches in their lives, they would not be where they are today.