The emotional competencies of the tennis coach


  • Josep Campos Ramón Llull University
  • Miguel Crespo International Tennis Federation
  • Enric Sebastiani Ramón Llull University



tennis coach, profesional competencies, emotional competencies


Professional and personal competencies are valid indicators to evaluate productive and human processes. Competencies are also a reference for the development of individuals, groups and organisations that are developed before and during the professional working commitments. This article discusses the main concepts related to the emotional competencies of a tennis coach and stresses their importance in daily work.


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How to Cite

Campos, J., Crespo, M., & Sebastiani, E. (2015). The emotional competencies of the tennis coach. ITF Coaching & Sport Science Review, 23(65), 35–37.




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