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November 26, 2021

ITA Coach Education Newsletter #43

Newsletter Contents

  • ITA College Tennis Coaches Podcast
    • “Always be Refining” with Josh Goffi
    • Josh Goffi has been the head men’s coach at the University of South Carolina since 2010. He also served as an assistant coach for the men’s team at Duke from 2008-2010 and for the women’s team at Arizona State from 2006-2008.
    • He was a successful player at Clemson and reached a career high ATP doubles ranking of 121 and a singles ranking of 488. In this podcast we discuss his father’s influence on his coaching philosophy and gather his thoughts on recruiting, player development and intentionally managing your culture.
    • You can also find some additional tips from Josh about Player Development in Chapter 9 of the Coach Masterclass.
  • ITA Webinar Series
    • Developing A Wheelchair Tennis Program
    • Live Q & A with Bryan Shelton
    • ITA Tech Talk: ITA Team Workspace Website & Programming Modules
  • Book Recommendations
    • Courage is Calling by Ryan Holiday
  • 2021 ITA Convention Updates
  • Tennis for America
    • ITA has spent the past two years piloting a year of service program for former college tennis players. We are committed to at least one more year of this pilot and are currently accepting applications for the third year of this program (Summer 2022 – Summer 2023).
  • Quick Links
    • Feedback request on the possible design of a coach development course/credential/diploma.
    • ITA is looking to hire a Director of Coach Education and New Initiatives.
    • Virtual educational opportunities: (1) Breakthrough: Leadership Summit for Women in Sports (2) ICOACHKIDS Conference 2021.
    • Please support tennis specific research by filling out the following SURVEY on the impact of injuries sustained during collegiate tennis careers on the quality of tennis players lives, and the influence of early specialization in tennis on injuries incurred during collegiate & professional tennis careers.

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