Tour Level Player Development Program Brings Tennis Experts and Top Tennis Players Together
Top Junior, Collegiate and Pro Tennis Players Across The World Will Have a Chance to Network and Receive Online and In-Person Instruction from Top Names In the Game
(June 28, 2017)LOS ANGELES, Calif. – A global high performance tennis program that provides both online and in-person training to junior, collegiate and pro tennis players across the world has been created by a Southern California certified tennis mental coach.
Started by L.A.’s Mark Springett, Tour Level Player Development Program (LLC) brings together tennis experts from around the world to assist tennis players looking for that extra edge in the ultra-competitive world of high-performance tennis.
“Using online platforms such as Skype, we are able to offer a variety of ‘off-court’ online training with our experts that includes Tennis Fitness, Nutrition, Mental Training, Mindfulness, Skype Yoga and Recovery Strategies – each of them key to being a complete player,” said Springett. “The program expert’s collaborative approach enables you to add to your existing team while maintaining great synergy.”
Springett said there are also in-person training options including high performance on-court coaching from former ATP Tour world no. 18 Vince Spadea of L.A., San Diego’s Guy Fritz, another former tour player and father to rising American star Taylor Fritz. In addition, Matt Hanlin of McKinney, Texas, also a former tour player, has joined the team and will be working with players who sign onto the program.
“We do anticipate high performance coaching to grow exponentially in the ensuing months, to provide you with a high performance coaching network across the U.S. and internationally,” Springett said. “Additionally, for those located close to or willing to travel to our world experts, in-person training will be available for all aspects of the Tour Level Player Development Program.”
The program also includes ATP Tour Track and WTA Tour Track mentorship programs for players currently on tour who may need help on specific issues, as well as for juniors and collegiate players seeking guidance on their path to playing professionally. Fritz is the ATP mentor and former WTA player Angelica Gavaldon (formerly world no. 30) the WTA mentor.
To learn more about and connect with Tour Level Player Development Program, log onto: www.tourlevelprogram.com.