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By Noel Callaghan

September, 2013

GAINING CONFIDENCE

For most tennis players, being confident means believing that they can and will succeed. However, if there is uncertainty, it also means that there is doubt present...

By Noel Callaghan

September, 2018

TOP 10 TIPS TO REDUCE UNFORCED ERRORS

Did you know that statistics show that if you can reduce your unforced errors by half, that your that your odds of winning...

By Noel Callaghan

November, 2013

OVERCOMING ANXIETY AND NERVES

Do you perform well during training or practice but choke in competition?  If feelings of nervousness, anxiety or fear... 

By Noel Callaghan

November, 2014

ARE YOU MENTALLY TOUGH?

“Mental toughness” is a phrase that is commonly used in all sports to describe the
superior mental qualities of the competitor. Most elite athletes report that at least..

By Noel Callaghan

November, 2014

WEIRD AND QUIRKY TENNIS ROUTINES

Some of the  world’s biggest tennis icons, such as Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova, are known for their supernatural skills... 

By Noel Callaghan

August, 2014

GOAL SETTING

Make your vision and  dreams come true with “Goal Setting”.  Goal setting is one of the most important skills taught to athletes in order to help them achieve optimal... 

By Noel Callaghan

April, 2019

THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD FOOTWORK

How you move on the tennis court is

arguably the most important part of the game. Former world no.4 doubles standout... 

By Noel Callaghan

May, 2019

10 REASONS TO PLAY DOUBLES

The oldest, arguably the most famous and the first Grand Slam ever played, was Wimbledon in 1877, which at the time only consisted of men’s singles. As the tournament grew in...

By Noel Callaghan

August, 2019

VOLLEY WITH YOUR FEET

Imagine this; I send your son or daughter down to the local Baseball Club to try out for their team. The first thing the coach will ask is, “can you catch”?