Tennis Lessons, Class, Coaches, Trainers San Jose CA, 408-376-1015, professional tennis coach

https://www.tennisbyseydou.com

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Seydou is a professional tennis player who plays on the ATP Tour for several years. He began teaching in 2008 at Christ Evert Tennis Academy one of the famous tennis academies in the US in Boca Raton, Florida. He moved to the bay area in 2009 and worked with Eagle Fustar the same year and The Harker School for over 3 years as Assistant Professional. Seydou loves to spread the culture of knowledge and to make discover to others.

408-376-1015,     Tennis Lessons, Class, Coaches, Trainers San Jose CA

He is a PTR Professional certified and has a high standard of playing and teaching a skill . These experiences gave him the knowledge to develop champions at the junior level and produce college players for the past 10 years.

ACHIEVEMENT AND AWARD

Coached and Hitting partner with Madison Keys in 2008-2009 at Chris Evert Academy currently number 11 in the WTA ranking and  Ajla Tomljanovic, ranked number 121 in the WTA

PTR professional certified with 10 and under, junior development and Adult development

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https://www.tennisbyseydou.com

Helped 4 players make university tennis team in the past 5 years: Kailas Rajan: West Virginia State University. Catherine Song: San Jose State University. Brice Miller: Santa Clara University. Tim Nguyen: UCSF

best tennis coach instructor in San Jose CA for kids, adults, individual lesson and group lesson

408-376-1015,     Tennis Lessons, Class, Coaches, Trainers San Jose CA

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about our kids tennis lesson:

Red level or Quick Start Program is designed for 4-8 years old kids and enables them to learn the basic of tennis through a series of fun activities based on the fundamental areas of balance, co-ordination, agility, movement and racket and ball skills. They learn basics of tennis such as forehand, backhand, volley, serve and footwork. The Coach uses basic teaching tools like cones, vertical and horizontal targets.

Players play in a group of 6 kids. Kids have more time to work on speed, agility, flexibility, balance, tactics and technique. Private lessons, house league, and tournaments recommended.

 This age group is beginner and players play on 36’ long and 48’ wide court, use red balls and 19-23 inch rackets. The focus is about making it as much fun as possible during tennis lessons. The game-based approach is used.

The most important focus of this stage is to emphasize fun and enjoyment when playing tennis. While participating in other sports to develop fundamental motor skills, the child begins to show a preference for tennis as his/her sport of choice. The child enjoys and acquires basic tennis skills while playing progressive tennis. At the end of this stage, the child’s foundation and skill competencies achieved will be a good indicator in regards to the child’s likelihood of possessing the abilities to progress recreationally or competitively.

General Objectives:

  •  Further, develop fundamental movement skills.

  •  Further, develop fundamental motor skills.

  •  Explore the optimal windows of trainability for speed and suppleness (flexibility).

  •  Develop basic tennis skills (technical/tactical).

  •  Acquire psychological skills (ability to focus, emotional control, positive attitude,

  •  Commitment & effort).

  •  Introduce the rules of the game and tennis ethics.

  •  Introduce decision-making.

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