We show technical details of top professionals (also high class club players and juniors) through a comprehensive collection of videos and photo sequences. Their movement patterns and their tendencies in specific situations.
Which parameters of the strokes remain the same for all players and in which ones there is room for individuality? Our first thought when analyzing the videos of top players is always: what do we observe, and how can we apply this knowledge to help coaches or players?
The key is to be able to extract the important information and apply this knowledge to our player development program.
TennisGate shows how this relevant information can be applied throughout the different developmental stages from Minis to pros.
As long as players are still malleable, we need to take advantage of the opportunity and continue to constantly tune their games based on the newest trends.
This is also our job at TennisGate. We keep our finger on the pulse of pro tennis, make comparisons to junior tennis and use the „formula“ of top players to define the technical goals of the next generation. It is exactly for these reasons that we have been observing and analyzing world class tennis since 2005.
Serve analysis with swing path animations, side-by-side slideshows, technique comparison
The fluid transition between the development of technical skills and the acquisition of tactical patterns is the highlight of the Pros' Matchplay section of the CoachesClub.
Here you will find patterns of play they may encounter on the court, whether offensively or defensively.
We are able to demonstrate the flight of the ball at different heights, illustrate running paths of the players, calculate distances, illustrate players’ positions and highlight different areas of the court.
Our exclusive software allows us to create amazing visual representations of tactical ideas, which we always integrate in our training tips. Use our mobile Tennis Gate service on the court to talk to your players about tactics.
Can you imagine a more modern and effective way to coach?