Back in February, I was in Long Island, NY, coaching at a Tennis Congress event. Devin Nerenberg and Gustavo Sanchez, from Entourage Tennis, were also coaching there as well. The Tennis Congress was organized in conjunction with the New York Open, and the players were able to be on court all day getting coaching, then watch great matches at the pro event in the evenings.
Right before the final, I sat down with Devin and Gustavo and did an interview about the analytics work that I do. It was really enjoyable… and Brayden Schnur, who played in the final, walked by and came and joined us for a few minutes. Here’s the video below…
1:07 – Dustin Brown beating Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon 2015.
4:43 – The truth behind serve and volley at Wimbledon.
7:25 – Coaching on tour. Novak Djokovic analysis.
11.53 – Being successful at all levels of our sport.
13.33 – The first four shots.
14.19 – Understanding rally length.
18.33 – The practice court is broken.
21.04 – Most surprising stats.
23.48 – Brayden Schnur joins the interview.
Enjoy the video!