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With Competitive Edge, USTA members will have access to valuable tips, insights, and instructions from tennis insiders, Jeff Greenwald and Kathy Toon, on how to improve their game on and off the court. 

   
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JEFF GREENWALD

Jeff is a licensed therapist, internationally recognized sport psychology consultant and author. As a player, he was world-ranked on the ATP Tour, earned the No1. Senior ITF world ranking in the Men's 35s and was NorCal's Men's Open Player of the Year in 1997. He has also represented the U.S. on two Senior Cup teams.
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KATHY TOON

Kathy Toon, founder of the Game Face System, is a jack-of-all (coaching) trades and a master of a few. Her quest to gain an edge on the competition led Kathy down many paths: Sports medicine, exercise physiology, nutrition, time management and sports psychology to name a few.

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WEBINAR
In case you missed the webinar with Jeff Greenwald, here is the recording.
  
BUILDING TEAM CHEMISTRY | KATHY TOON

How do you build a team that gets along? Coach Toon goes over the four stages of team building and how your team can have better chemistry.

SUSTAINING FOCUS AFTER THE FIRST SET | JEFF GREENWALD

Don't allow yourself to get too excited and lose focus after winning the first set. Get your mindset back to a process-focus.

TEAM CHEMISTRY | KATHY TOON

Success in tennis takes a team! When members on a team are on the same page, great things often happen. Find out what it takes to be a good team.

STARTING A MATCH WITH CONFIDENCE | JEFF GREENWALD

"When players lose the first few games of a match, they typically overreact. It's easy to get caught in the worry about how things will go in the match; if it'll be a good day or a bad day. Overreacting can pull you into an uncomfortable and vulnerable place that can spiral quickly."

PRACTICE PREPARATION PLAN | KATHY TOON

Creating a Great Practice: In the last part of her peak practice series, Coach Toon provides an outline with specific examples on how to practice properly, from skill drills to point play.

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