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US Tennis Congress - Top Teaching Pros all in one place (Atlanta, Oct 11-14)

US Tennis Congress - Train with the Top Coaches in America

What: Learn from the Best Tennis Coaches in the USA in one place
When: Oct 11-14, 2013
Where: Atlanta, GA

* Check out their USA Today story published earlier this week!

* The founder P.J. Simmons, is the creator of the site The Road to 4.5 Tennis which I came across several months ago. I highly recommend it to any tennis player who wants to be the best they can be...

I also believe that with the right training, nutrition and the proper routine *anyone* can play 4.5 level tennis. I have trained under several of these world-class coaches and can personally recommend the quality of their instruction and level of professionalism.

The coaches and speakers at this Tennis Congress have helped me tremendously towards reaching my personal goal of becoming #1 Mid-Atlantic Men's 4.0 Singles (2011-2012)

About USTC:
The idea behind the USTC is simple but new: to give passionate adult recreational players (NTRP level 2.0-5.0+) an inspiring, intensive, in-person opportunity to learn from a world-class faculty about all aspects of training necessary to advance to the next level (technique, movement, strategy, fitness, injury prevention, and mental conditioning)—using both on-court training and innovative and dynamic off-court techniques. What’s most unique is that each US Tennis Congress builds the curriculum around the individual needs of those who take part.

Exclusive Discount Code Discount: Use"JACKYUSTC" when registering

  • $100 off the Aces program
  • $100 off the Slam program
  • $100 off the Grand Slam program

Some useful links if you're gearing up for Playing some USTA Tennis Tournaments soon:

Train like Spain, in Florida (Sanchez-Casal) Dec 7-9

USPTA Coaches Conference (Dec 7-9) in Naples, Florida

USPTA Player Development Conference - Dec 7-9, 2012
Sanchez-Casal Academy YouTube Videos

Prices start at $300, with discounts for hotels/lodging.

Learn from USPTA Master Professionals

Luis Mediero and Emilo Sanchez (former Davis Cup Captain for Spain) will be your instructors. The weather in southern Florida is usually almost perfect in December.

Only a short car ride to Miami and South Beach, this trip makes for a nice winter getaway.

If it worked for Andy Murray as a junior, it should help your students improve too.

Spain is Davis Cup World Champions in last 3 of 4 years; now in its 4th Final in 5 years.

After the Davis Cup Semi-Finals loss to David Ferrer and Nicholas Almago, John Isner admitted, “It is disappointing; the Spanish team in my opinion is just too good....That is a credit to [Nicolas] Almagro and Ferrer, they were both better than me." (

As they say, if you can't beat them...join them

Understand progression training, build upon the "X" and "V" Attack-Defend Patterns and Footwork Drills. Learn how to bring a winning tradition to your own team/club.

Help young players learn to enjoy playing and working hard to get better:
  • Learn to love clay and have flexibility on all surfaces
  • Teach players to use their feet (footwork), before they learn to use their hands (grips)
  • Mobility before Power
  • Use Tennis as a way of educating and improving the student's life

Andy Murray: US Open 2012 Champion - Get his Adidas Gear now on sale

Congrats to Andy Murray on winning his first ever Grand Slam - US Open 2012!

What a great 5-set match against the indomitable Novak Djokovic who came back from 2 sets down to level! Congrats Andy!!

What's the Common Formula for Novak and Andy?...both US Open Champions

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