The evolution of online education for sports coaches: A tennis perspective


  • Richard Sackey-Addo
  • Javier Pérez Camarero



Distance-learning, coach education, visual learning


This article looks at how modern coach education has progressed with the development of more resources and online learning platforms dedicated to informal and distance-learning based courses for coaches and what the effects of this means for the future of coach education courses for coaches and tutors.


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How to Cite

Sackey-Addo, R., & Pérez Camarero, J. (2016). The evolution of online education for sports coaches: A tennis perspective. ITF Coaching & Sport Science Review, 24(68), 31–33.




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