In this must listen episode, I speak to Fernando Segal. Fernando is an Argentinian International development tennis specialist and builder. He is also a master coach. He is a very influential figure in the tennis world and has over 45 years experience in coaching, producing tennis programs, tennis clinics and camps, coaches’ courses, teams, events and promoting his vision about how to play.
He has written 11 books and has directed national development programs for federations and tennis projects in many countries including Argentina, Mexico, Brazil and USA. Hundreds of coaches are following his thoughts and tennis material.
He is the GPTCA (Global Professional Tennis Coach Association) President of Argentina, Mexico and Chile.
Owner and operator of Segal Institute.
ATP/WTA players who have developed with his programs include Paula Ormaechea, Victoria Rodriguez, Ana Sofia Sanchez, Lucas Gomez, Guillermo Coria, David Nalbandian, Andres Schneiter and Cara Black just to name a few...
Between the 25-28 March his organization, Segal Institute, together with the Global Professional Tennis Coaches Association (GPTCA) Certified by ATP is organizing the 1st World Tennis Conference for high performance tennis coaches and tennis people.
This is an first - and an amazing virtual conference!
Its purpose is to have intensive and online presentations about fundamental and key aspects of the development of Highly Competitive Worldwide Tennis Players and processes.
There will be More than 56 main and Official Speakers (many famous names including Toni Nadal, Boris Becker and Nick Bollettieri!) all speaking about successful cases, experiences, keys aspects to recommend, creation of quality development tennis processes, how to master your tennis coach career and much more, all focused on high performance tennis, players and projects!
You can find out more about the conference and about Fernando at (very interesting)
https://www.fernandosegal.com/ Enjoy the episode!
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