Many teaching professionals try to find new ideas for their lesson plans, programs and events every day. Because of this, USPTA has created TennisResources.com, the world's premier search engine for all things tennis. This website serves as a search engine through which you can find exclusive educational and instructional videos, audio material, articles and drill diagrams related to all levels and aspects of the game of tennis.
The media available includes high-quality technical, tactical and strategic instruction, tips on the physical and mental development of a player, and information on business and facility management; all from some of the nation's most knowledgeable teaching professionals. TennisResources.com is the only site in the world where you can find hundreds upon hundreds of educational tennis materials of this quality, all in one central location. It's easy to use because of its YouTube-like functioning, and it appeals to everyone because of the simplicity of its interface.
What kinds of materials can you find in TennisResources.com?
- Video clips from the industry's leading instructional television show, "On Court with USPTA," which is featured on the Tennis Channel
- "Sweet Spot" one-minute tennis tips
- Video interviews with some of the nation's top tennis coaches
- Helpful teaching articles from ADDvantage magazine, the official publication of the USPTA
- Audio seminars from the USPTA's annual World Conference on Tennis
- A variety of drills designed to help improve players of all levels, complete with diagrams and descriptions for each drill
- Videos of seminars from the USPTA's annual World Conference on Tennis
- Video footage of drills performed at the USPTA's annual World Conference on Tennis
- Slow-motion video footage of professional players' strokes for closer analysis
- Chart templates (draws, match charts, etc.)
All this information is free to you as a USPTA member. Simply log in with your last name and member number and start creating your perfect educational library today.
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