Thank you for visiting Track My Tennis, an inspirational virtual journal and tracking system made easy and fun.
How many times have you heard your coach ask you to keep a tennis journal or write down what you have just worked on or learned?
Well now it’s easier and more convenient than ever to keep track of all your tennis training and tournaments with our guided user friendly tracking system.
The goal of Track My Tennis is to introduce and reinforce the mental aspect of the game for players of all levels and ages and connect players with their coaches like never before. Players are able to log nine different types of tennis work-outs, including private lessons, clinics, and tournaments. In addition, Track my Tennis offers a tennis calendar for easy tracking of your tournament and training schedule, a database of all the opponents you’ve played, a goal setting feature to help you reach the next level, nutrition education, fitness, tips and tutorials, as well as expert advice about today’s modern tennis game.
Coaches will connect with their players and gain valuable insight into their player's thought process by using our coach interface. Coaches are able to leave feedback for all journal entries thus strengthening their player's knowledge and fostering a stronger player coach relationship. However, the best part about Track My Tennis is the very low cost and the simplicity to use the program, which makes it available to everybody! So please take a moment and check out our full line of features under the demo tab.
Thanks again for visiting Track My Tennis, and we wish you the best of luck in your tennis journey.
Tennis Philosophy Series: Michael Esz -USPTA/PTR: USTA High Performance, USTA Sport Science
Today's tennis game has evolved into a very specialized form of precision, skill, and power. Most top players are able to compete during their matches using a variety of different skill sets, but all of them have their own unique style of play.
As a coach, developing the fundamentals of an athlete are of most importance. When first starting out with a player, keeping it simple is the way to go! I feel a game based approach is essential for adding the element of fun. Try to get the student rallying right away, they will enjoy themselves and feel the excitement instantly. After the student has some success rallying the ball, its time to start shaping their strokes and foot-work. Establishing the correct biomechanics of stroke production accompanied with proper...