On Episode 186 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with ATP Pro tennis coach and author Beau Treyz about how approaching tennis from a more analytical and data-based perspective can help you breakthrough and reach your tennis potential.
Beau is the author of “How To Tennis: Think Train and Compete to your Potential.” He played Division I tennis at the University of Nebraska and North Florida and achieved a world ranking on the ATP tour. He previously coached ATP Pro Brandon Nakashima and currently coaches ATP Pro Patrick Kypson.
On the show, you’ll learn Beau’s data-based approach to creating optimal tennis strategy, how to practice smarter, on-court drills to improve your match-play, key principles from Beau’s new book, the concept of performing what wins the most points, how to analyze your matches, what separates the top 100 players from lower-ranked pros, and much more!
I hope you enjoy my interview with Beau! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!
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