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As a parent or coach, you want to help your kids or players perform their best at tournaments. While there are many factors that go into tournament success, there are some simple strategies that can make a big difference. Here are some tips to help your kids win more at tournaments:

  • Pre-match, peri-match, and post-match nutrition
  • Warming-up routines
  • Why you should never sleep close to the match time
  • How parents should be careful about stressing their kids
  • Three approaches to cheating
  • Changeover routines
  • Tennis strategy
  • Post-match recover techniques
  • Timing and planning for the next match
  • Importance of debriefing
  • Using a pool vs hot tub
  • Importance of shower

Implementing these simple strategies can help your kids perform their best and win more at tournaments. Remember to encourage them to have fun and enjoy the experience, regardless of the outcome.

Who is Chris Lewit? 

Chris Lewit is a former number one for Cornell and pro-circuit player. He is a high-performance coach, educator, and the author of two best-selling books:

  • The Secrets of Spanish Tennis
  • The Tennis Technique Bible

He has coached numerous top 10 nationally-ranked players and is known for his expertise in building the foundations of young prodigies. Chris is currently working towards an advanced degree in Kinesiology/Exercise Science with a focus on Biomechanics. Chris coaches in NYC and year-round at his high-performance tennis academy in Manchester, Vermont, where players can live and train the Spanish Way full-time or short-term.