Maximizing momentum is important for tennis development

A new episode of “The Tennis Talk – Coaches Voices” premiered this Wednesday with a great guest like Magnus Norman. The Swedish coach was number 2 in the world and finalist in singles at Roland Garros 2000, as a coach he worked with great players such as Robin Söderling, Thomas Johansson; but his greatest success was achieved with Stan Wawrinka, a player with whom he won three Grand Slams.

In this ninth episode, the Swedish coach had an unmissable talk with Fernando Segal, CEO of the Segal Institute, where he shared his training philosophy. Which is based on the moral support to their players and clarifies that the results are not always going to be good, “as a player and coach you are always going to have problems and there will only be three days when you feel that the conditions are great, and you must learn to maximize this.

We also talked about his leadership vision at the head of the Good to Great Tennis Academy. Where he currently works with children, for which he highlighted the importance of parents in the development of children, “we need the support of parents and sometimes we have to teach them that the outcome of their children is not important, but the development process”.

Remember that just like our previous episodes, you can enjoy this one completely free by downloading the Tennis ONE app on your mobile device.

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