Tennis NZ High Performance Tour 2020. Monday, 23 November 2020. The Tennis NZ High Performance team is hitting the road! HP Director Christophe Lambert along with National Development Coach Matt Alexander and National Physical Performance Coach Emily Carter will be touring the country to speak to parents, coaches, club members and volunteers about tennis in NZ's Athlete Development Pathway ( learn more about the pathway HERE ).
Tennis NZ High Performance Tour 2020. The Tennis NZ High Performance team is hitting the road! HP Director Christophe Lambert along with National Development Coach Matt Alexander and National Physical Performance Coach Emily Carter will be touring the country to speak to parents, coaches, club members and volunteers about tennis in NZ's: Play, Develop, Compete, Enjoy.
Since 2017, the philosophy of the High Performance team is: Establishment of daily training alongside the Tennis NZ National Programme; To uphold a level of excellence in standards, behaviours and culture; There are many ways to achieve greatness in tennis. However, there are key elements to optimise the chance of success.
In recent years the Tennis NZ high performance strategy has experienced a significant re-shaping in line with the overarching strategic framework that will guide our sport through to 2022 and beyond. The purpose of the high performance strategy is to provide all of our stakeholders clarity around the changes that have taken place and the resultant implications for all of our stakeholders.
The Tennis Auckland Performance Programme is designed for players who wish to make the move towards playing at national and international level. Performance Programme players compete in National Age Group Championships and Junior ITF level events, and are be looking to progress either to the US College system, tournament circuits and the Tennis NZ High Performance Programmes.
Stronger Together. At the highest level of elite sport, winning margins are at their finest. That’s why everything we do at High Performance Sport NZ is designed to give athletes and coaches the edge. We work in partnership with National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) to make performances that microsecond faster or millimetre further, to put ...
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"Simon will be working with the existing high performance team with his primary role initially to drive the development of Tennis NZ's new 2017-2022 High Performance strategy that will look to build and take the next step towards improved results and achieving high performance objectives." Tennis NZ will also have Rea working with performance coaches on and off the court and be available to offer advice to professional players and to players wanting to become professionals.
It is wholly independent of Sport NZ, High Performance Sport New Zealand and all other sporting bodies, clubs and organisations.When an issue is raised, individuals will be provided with information on the dispute resolution options available to them, and if appropriate, will be offered early facilitation or mediation.
Simon Rea is leaving his job as Tennis New Zealand high performance director to move back to Australia. Rea has restructured the way Tennis NZ looks to bring through players and he has also tried ...