HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR COACHING ROLE

Emilio Sanchez entrevista a Oscar Burrieza

COACHING SERIES BY ACADEMIA SANCHEZ-CASAL

By Emilio Sánchez Vicario, CEO and Founder of Academia Sánchez-Casal

You are one of those coaches that I admire, the ones that do the dirty work, the complicated task of staying with players in the key moments

What does it take to become a good coach?

And how do they describe their players in the four pillars of tennis?

Emilio Sánchez, CEO of Academia Sanchez-Casal in Florida and Oscar Burrieza, coach of the Madrid Tennis Federation analyze these topics during an interview recorded at the $15,000 Men’s Futures at ASC, where two of Burrieza’s players competed: Javier Marti and Miguel Semmler. This is a great opportunity to learn from two tennis players who transitioned to coaching and know the necessary skills and challenges that athletes face.

(Interview in Spanish with subtitiles in English. Activate the video subtitles to enjoy the English version)

A comprehensive training method is essential to take a player to the top of the tennis pyramid, the elite stage only a few of the thousands talented tennis players who dream to reach the top 100 attain. At Academia Sánchez-Casal, we use our own training method, the ASC 360 Performance System, which is universally effective in helping its students- athletes achieve their best tennis level. This system has been used by professional ATP tennis players such as Andy Murray, Grigor Dimitrov, Juan Monaco, and WTA players such as Svetlana Kuznetsova, Daniela Hantuchova, Tamira Paszek and more.

Emilio Sánchez Vicario
CEO and Founder at Academia Sanchez-Casal

 

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