Welcome to issue 68 of the ITF Coaching and Sport Science Review, the first issue of 2016. The articles in this issue cover a variety of tennis specific topics including; the transition from the junior to professional game, the growing opportunities for coaches available through social media, coach-player communication and endurance training in tennis.
Following the recent election of Mr. David Haggerty as ITF President, the ITF Development Department now forms part of the newly-created Development and Integrity Department, under the leadership of Stuart Miller with Luca Santilli as the new ITF Executive Director of Tennis Development. On behalf of the ITF, we wish Stuart and Luca all the best in their new roles.
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