The ATP official partner of online tennis learning, TopCourt has announced their latest pro player videos. How good is Azarenka on TopCourt?
I was surprised how well Nick Kyrgios worked on the TopCourt online tennis learning platform. It’s fascinating to see how certain players transcend the platform and just “work”, while others fall a bit flat. It’s an ambitious project, with so many high-ranked pros contributing materials. I really enjoy watching it grow and was happy that they asked me to be an ambassador. As a TopCourt ambassador, I get a commission if you sign up for, but I would never recommend a product I don’t use myself or believe in. And since you can try for 14 days for free and just end the subscription before you get charged anything, there is nothing to lose. I’m sure you can pick up a few tips without paying a cent!
I haven’t checked out Victoria Azarenka’s TopCourt course yet, but I have recently enjoyed Dimitrov and Auger-Aliassime on the platform.
The roster of players are growing every month and I’m looking forward to Shapovalov helping me work on my jumping one-handed backhand 😀
Some pro players are natural at teaching their skills. Some are a bit too introverted and haven’t done all the work required to present their wealth of knowledge in a digestable and informative way. That’s understandable. They’re professional tennis players, not coaches. But there are actually plenty of top-of-the-line coaches on TopCourt as well such as Paul Annacone and Brad Gilbert to name two.
Have you tried TopCourt? Any constructive thoughts about the service?
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