College Tennis 250K+ points of NEW information
Practice just got more specific.
Brand new data. It’s a paradigm shift.
G’day from London!Hope all is well to kick off a new week. I am in London for a couple of days before heading to New York. It’s been a very busy schedule so far this year!
The past week in Monte Carlo was total greatness. I learnt a lot about our sport, and was able to compare what typically happens on hard courts v clay. Rafael Nadal played so well to win his 9th title by the sea.
College Tennis Rocks!
College tennis is a really important part of the global tennis landscape. It is a fertile breeding ground for the pro game, and provides an amazing pathway for tennis players to further their education.
I played college tennis myself 🙂
My freshman year was at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, then I went to Saddleback Jr. College in Mission Viejo, California, and then finished up at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, graduating with a Journalism degree.
I LOVED playing college tennis. (All American at Saddleback J.C.). You may see a couple of different college t-shirts in the pics above from yesterday. I love to support the college game as much as I can. I probably have 30+ college tennis t-shirts – just can’t wear them all at the same time!
I won that very cool trophy from taking out the Press Writers tournament in Monte Carlo. It was great to play on a show court with an umpire calling the score in French and English. I won the final 6-1, very focused on breaking down the Frenchman’s forehand, and attacking the net.
Anyway, enough about that…
250K+ College Tennis Points
This is not your ordinary set of data. This is “Mother Load” material.
Men’s College Tennis = 141,516 points
Women’s College Tennis = 123,733 points
Who needs to know the data from this research? Well, college coaches & players for sure, and definitely all the junior coaches and young players that are working towards the college goal.
Here’s 10 things that you simply must know
- Rally breakdown. The amount of rallies in the 0-4 shot range is…. substantial!
- Compare to other rally lengths, such as 5-8, 9-12 and 13+.
- Compare to pro data and junior data. See REAL player development.
- Ace and Double Fault totals. Great to know the facts in this key area.
- 1st serve %, and 2nd serve points won.
- How many return errors/winners are hit.
- How many returns go IN, and a rally develops. Compare to juniors/pros.
- Serve +1 winners/errors/balls in play. Massively important shot in our game.
- Return +1 winners/errors/balls in play. See how returners wrestle control.
- A stroke breakdown (forehands, backhands etc) for Serve +1 & Return +1.
No more guessing. No more opinions about what the focus needs to be on the practice court.
Winning is a big deal in college tennis! Winning really matters to programs.
Here’s an extremely important piece of that college puzzle.
The First 4 Shots is discounted 20% for two more days – specifically to give college coaches the time to get ready for this data that will absolutely enhance their practice courts.