evolution workshop ii – Belgrade, Serbia

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Following on from the Evolution Level One Workshop and on behalf of the Serbian Tennis Federation we present the next level of the evolution kids tennis program. In this workshop we look at how to develop your program, be more effective as a coach,  develop key competitive skills, maximise athletic skills and support parents in their essential role. If you want to take your program to the very next level then you should join us in Belgrade for this unique event.

The workshop will be be delivered in English with Serbian translation and so is open to coaches from any nation.

Workshop Outline

  • Making Learning Happen – Understanding how kids learn so we can teach more effectively
  • Court Warrior – Developing Competitive Skills in Young Players
  • Parent Pressure – The Six Moments when Parents need a Coach
  • On Court Athlete – Building Essential Physical Skills
  • Programming Essentials – Programs that keep and develop players

Workshop Dates

Nov 26th & 27th – Tennis Center Novak, Tadeuša Košćučka 63a, Dorćol
Belgrade, 11000, Serbia – 9am – 3.30pm 

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For more information on accommodation and travel please email:  dejan.vukojicic@teniskisavez.com

Bio – Mike Barrell

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Mike is the Founder and CEO of evolve9.  A Level 5 LTA Coach, PTR Pro and ITF Clinician, Mike has delivered training and presentations in over 60 countries. He was the author of the ITF Tennis10s manual and has been a keynote speaker at three ITF Worldwide Conferences, and multiple other national and international events. He has has recently been involved in the development of Evolution, now the National U10 program of Serbia, Tennis Whizz and the Girls Tennis Network. Mike continues to work with Federations and clubs across the US including Sportime NY, Midtown and Tennis CT.

evo_FINAL_B&WTennis SerbiaEvolution Kids Tennis is the national program of the Tennis Association of Serbia