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EPISODE 175 – DO’S AND DON’TS FOR TENNIS COACHES

EPISODE 175 – DO’S AND DON’TS FOR TENNIS COACHES

On the 175th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Dave Anderson presents the Do’s and Don’ts for Tennis Coaches. Anderson, who literally has developed hundreds of college tennis players, previously shared a similar list for tennis parents. In the future, he will present a list for players and administrators.

Thank you for listening to our tennis podcast. The goal is for our audience to add golden nuggets to their tennis treasure chest. Please note, one can find additional free educational content on our website (www.greatbasetennis.com).

EPISODE 174 – OUR MISSION

EPISODE 174 – OUR MISSION

In this episodeOn the 174th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith, Ivan Ozerets, and Dave Anderson review a document pertaining to GBTE (GreatBase Tennis Education). Their discussion should help listeners obtain a more in-depth understanding of the...

EPISODE 173 – A CONVERSATION W/ SUJAY LAMA

EPISODE 173 – A CONVERSATION W/ SUJAY LAMA

In this episodeOn the 173rd episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith has a conversation with Sujay Lama. Steve's guest was formally educated in his native Nepal, India, and the US. His education in tennis is also very diverse and complete. By listening one...

EPISODE 172 – A CONVERSATION W/ MARK HAMLIN

EPISODE 172 – A CONVERSATION W/ MARK HAMLIN

On the 172nd episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith has a conversation with Mark Hamlin. The two are just a few months shy of having known each other for sixty years. They initially talk sports and life but then focus primarily on tennis.

Mark was a member of Vic Braden’s staff at Coto de Caza in California and at multiple sites in Germany; where he has lived the last forty-two years. In addition to being a true Bradenite, he has a diversified background that ranges from club ownership to representing the Professional Tennis Registry in Europe.

By listening, one is assured a few laughs. Most importantly, the basics are reviewed.

EPISODE 171 – JOEL DRUCKER INTERVIEW

EPISODE 171 – JOEL DRUCKER INTERVIEW

In this episodeOn the 171st episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith talks tennis with Joel Drucker. To make an understatement, Steve's guest knows tennis backwards, forwards, and upside down. Joel is a walking tennis encyclopedia.  Joel is an author,...

EPISODE 170 – FIELD TRIP

EPISODE 170 – FIELD TRIP

In this episodeOn the 170th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith and Alex Terzic talk tennis. Along with a few others, Steve and Alex recently spent a day at a Challenger event. Like always, we hope our listeners will find at least a few golden nuggets...

EPISODE 169 – THE BIG THREE

EPISODE 169 – THE BIG THREE

On the 169th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith and Ivan Ozerets talk tennis with Nick Nemerof. He is the Director of Operations for Court 16, Inc. His organization offers all-encompassing instructional programs at multiple sites in New York City.

Nick loves tennis, tennis teaching, and studying the Big Three.

If one wants to learn more about Roger Federer, Rafael, Nadal, and Novak Djokovic they need to listen to Nick. The man has done his homework and is a walking encyclopedia specializing in three of the greatest players in the history of our game. We are confident that our listeners will appreciate the information and insights that he shares.

EPISODE 167 – ALEX TERZIC INTERVIEW

EPISODE 167 – ALEX TERZIC INTERVIEW

In this episodeOn the 167th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast, Steve Smith interviews Alex Terzic. The native of Belgrade, Serbia talks about the conditions in his homeland during the Bosnian war; the place where his passion for tennis began. He and his family...

EPISODE 166 – RAVEN KLAASEN RETURNS

EPISODE 166 – RAVEN KLAASEN RETURNS

Raven Klaasen returns as a guest on the 166th episode of the GreatBase Tennis podcast. Steve Smith congratulates the 40-year-old on his career and discusses the options he can explore now that he has retired from the tour.

By listening to Raven, one will discover that the role of a tennis educator is quite apparent. To make an understatement, tennis would greatly benefit from his input.

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