Schlagwort-Archive: „Idealtechnik“


TennisSport is a journal for coaches and players. You find informations for your trainings, drills and informations about new ways of coaching. Frercks Hartwig from gives an overview about theory about non-linear pedagogy and differential learning and some examples to improve the service in tennis.


To the most frequent articles in forums for coaches in social networks belong videos of players in training sequences. Coaches set pictures of their players from practice to get from other tcoaches tips for technical corrections.

In the comments on the videos you will find many motivated and well-meaning advices from colleagues from all over the world. In most cases, this is about „tips“ for changing the technique.

But there are also articles from coaches who ask the right questions about the videos: „In what context was the video recorded?“, „How are the results (not visible in the video) of the hit?“, „Balls were in play or is the play-off from the basket? „, ….) Questions weiterlesen

The Myth of the correct technique

Tomaz MencingerTomaz Mencinger, a colleague working as a tennis coach in slovenia, has very often interesting posts on his webside This time he wrote a nice article about „the myth of the correct technique“ and connected his thoughts with videos of Roger Federers forehand and more. Exciting the quote of Rafa Nadal:

„From the moment the ball is in motion, The Myth of the correct technique weiterlesen

Differenzielles Lernen (1)

Bewegungslernen bedeutet im Inner Coaching, dass der Coach dem Lernenden zutraut, für Bewegungsaufgaben eigenständig individuell passende Lösungen zu finden. Aufgabe des Coaches ist es dabei, für die entsprechenden Rahmenbedingungen zu sorgen, die dem Sportler/der Sportlerin das Lernen erleichtern.

Der Versuch der Vermittung sogenannter Idealtechniken mit „Fehlerkorrektur durch den Trainer“ ist in der traditionellen Bewegungsvermittlung und leider vor allem im Tennistraining immer noch häufig zu beobachten. Wird den jüngsten Tennisspieler/innen mittlerweile ein spielerischer Zugang ermöglicht (Tennis10s), Differenzielles Lernen (1) weiterlesen