Dan Kiernan, Director of SotoTennis Academy in Spain has created a podcast to entertain, educate and energise the tennis community. Hear Dan pick the brains of professional tennis players, coaches, parents, and others involved in High Performance Tennis.
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Jack Draper is one of Great Britain´s hottest up and coming prospects. more
The 2022 French Open was an historic event. Rafael Nadal won his 14th Roland Garros and 22nd Grand Slam, as he beat Casper Ruud in the final. more
We first spoke to Cameron Norrie on the Control the Controllables podcast back in August 2020. He was at the US Open and sat at 76 in the ATP rankings. more
‘The car journey takeaway’ - ep 151… so important.. every parent should listen.
I am a career coach now living and working in Adelaide. I am originally from Worcestershire. I have been coaching for 30 years and am currently at a cross roads in my coaching and appreciate having found your podcast and listening to some great conversations. Keith Reynolds stands out at the moment. Relationship, Environment and Challemge. Still got a lot to get through. This is helping me find my passion back. Many thanks.
As a tennis lover and parent, have enjoyed this podcast. All the guests and the topics addressed are right on the spots. Tennis is a lovely sport but easily get lost in. Holding a clear and appreciate approach to it is one of the ways to keep enjoying it and ride on the journey. Thanks very much.
This is the best Tennis podcast imho which I discovered during Lockdown, and have replaced the Tennis Podcast with as it covers all aspects of tennis from players, coaches, commentators, US colleges, tournament administrators, psychology and (if I’m still allowed to say this) the mental toughness required to succeed in elite sport. more
Episode 39 with Joe Dixon was so moving that I had to listen to it twice. Many thoughts and words I have experienced and I thought I was alone. The Tennis Coach’s life is unique and very few ‘outsiders’ understand what it encompasses. Thank you Joe for opening up.
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Control the Controllables launched 2 years ago and published 165 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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