The champions since 1968, the Open Era
2019 – Bianca Andreescu (Canada) to Serena Williams (USA) 6-3 7-5
2018 – Naomi Osaka (Japan) to Serena Williams (USA) 6-2 6-4Read More “Medal winners with all the US Open tennis champions”
In this society in which we find ourselves, it is increasingly common to save the time we have. We do not have it infinite, and every day is an exercise of maximum use. Electro stimulators result from years of study, making it possible, without leaving home and effortlessly, to train muscles to improve a person’s physical condition, and for therapeutic purposes. If you are interested in knowing how an electro stimulator is used and electrical muscle stimulation benefits, read on as we will answer these questions and many more.Read More “Electrical Muscle Stimulation Benefits for Tennis Players”
With the ATP conquest, Australian returns to the top 30 and takes an important step towards becoming a key opener at US Open, avoiding favorites in early rounds. Read More “Nick Kyrgios Overcomes Back Pain and Beats Medvedev”
When we get to learn to play tennis and we become better players, our tendency is that the effort is rewarded with winning the game, but what if that does not happen? For this, we can follow some tennis mental game secrets without harming personal and professional performance. Read More “Tennis mental game secrets to get prepared”
Although it is seen as a violent sport, this martial art of Thai origin has become very famous among women. Thanks to the benefits of Muay Thai. It is excellent for losing weight, speeding up the mind and giving confidence to the practitioner. Read More “Benefits of Muay Thai for women”
What Serena is this that we see now? The one of the Williams of all the life or the one of the last US Open? I wonder if it’s Serena Williams, the Williams sisters of a lifetime, or Serena Williams of the last US Open. I answer that it is the latter: the company, the logo, the pin, the neon lamp, the symbol under construction. I can not look at Serena for a long time since the last US Open. It is as if at each point I could see the essence of that woman and mother harshly battered by tennis. It’s like I’m watching The purple color. Read More “Serena Williams and the rusticana cavalleria”
It is possible to be a successful sports coach without doing it as a full time job or for financial reward. Up and down the country there are coaches for a whole variety of sports who give up their time voluntarily in the evenings and weekends to teach and train people of all ages in a wide variety of sports. These people are teaching everything from field hockey drills to rugby scrums to football tackles so here we look at how to get into coaching sports and how to be good at it.
There are over a million coaches in the UK working with adults and children to develop their sporting skills across a huge variety of sports. This doesn’t however mean that sports don’t need more coaches, and as a large proportion of coaches are volunteers there will always be room for more.
Getting into coaching
One of the best ways to get involved in coaching is to start off as a volunteer. The governing bodies of most sports such as the FA have lots of information and support about how to get involved, but the best way is to ask in your local community about sports groups and organisations. If you have children then you may want to volunteer at sporting groups that they attend as this can be a great way of getting coaching experience at grass roots level.
What you need to be a sports coach
One of the most important qualities for a sports coach is commitment. This is important, as the people you are training will be relying on you. Whatever the weather you will need to be prepared to give up your time to train or attend competitive tournaments. Coaching can require you to carry around a lot of equipment and store this in your home. One solution to this could be to use some Garage Shelving like those that you can find at sites like www.garage-shelving.co.uk This will help to keep the equipment away from the floor or others areas where it could potentially become damaged.
Ideally you should have a coaching certificate and your club or team should be able to help you sort this out. It is also important for coaches to be organised and some sort of plan for training sessions is essential.
Hopefully this has inspired you to volunteer and have a go at coaching so the next time you are taking your son or daughter to a sports training session, have a think about whether you might have what it takes to be a coach. You may be surprised.
Whether it’s a game of singles, doubles or practising on your own, tennis is a superb sport to keep you in shape whatever age you are. As well as the cardiovascular and muscular benefits, it helps to keep mentally sharp too. Here are some of the top ways tennis helps to keep you fit: Read More “Why Tennis is so good for you”
It’s eleven o’clock in the morning in Paris, and the accesses to track 4 of training are already collapsed. The silent rally that takes place in the adjoining space, where Roger Federer is tuned before his premiere, contrasts with the crunches of Rafael Nadal’s string. Read More “Nadal got to lose a little the illusion”
Of return to itself, Rafael Nadal ascended yesterday another rung with a convincing performance in front of Stefanos Tsitsipas, the youngster who a week ago ruined his parade through the sand of the Caja Mágica in Madrid. Raising his performance considerably, the number two calmed the Athenian’s competitive momentum (6-3 and 6-4, in 1h 42m) and returned after four months to a final, the second of this season after which he played at the end January in Melbourne, against Novak Djokovic. Read More “Nadal against Djokovic: his great negation”