Coaching developing players, “a view from the ecological approach”
Keywords:environment, players, integrated coaching
This article discusses a working methodology for tennis players and explains the purpose of this strategy. Starting from the principles of ecology and holism, it is described in a manner that relates to tennis. It also elaborates on those aspects we consider to be significant in enabling a junior tennis player to prosper and develop into to his/her full potential.
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