How to teach YOUR children to play tennis
"Many thanks for the great information! Your approach to teaching kids is one of the best I have ever seen."
- Jim Wagner (tennis coach)
Are you a tennis parent who wants to teach your child to play tennis, but you're not sure where to start?
Do you want to help your child develop a love for tennis and prepare them to play competitively?
In this course, you'll find step-by-step lessons conducted by a certified tennis coach, Cosmin Miholca, who has been teaching tennis for over 20 years.
He'll show you how he taught his own two daughters to play tennis from the time they were just 5 and 6 years old, all the way until they were 12 and 13.
With 47 full tennis lessons included in this course, plus plenty of tips and tricks for teaching tennis, and lots of drills and games that kids love, you'll have everything you need to help your child become a skilled and confident tennis player.
Here are a few previews of the lessons you'll find inside My Daddy / My Coach:
Many thanks for creating the My Daddy / My Coach series. It's been very helpful for my child. The breakdown of the swing so that kids can understand and follow is great. Just what I needed. Thank you!
- Ajay Gautam, tennis parent
Hi Cosmin, many thanks for the great information! Your approach to teaching kids is one of the best I have ever seen.
- Jim Wagner, tennis coach
Good morning from Colorado! No question — just wanted to tell you how much I love you site. My daughter and I are having a great time with the drills and games.
- John W. (via email), tennis parent
Video lessons, drills and tips for teaching kids tennis
Watch how I taught my two daughters to play tennis, from the first time they picked up a racket (age 5 and 6) until they became junior tournament players.
You can follow and apply the same techniques, drills and games with your own children.
Share the passion of tennis with your children and watch how the fall in love with a sport of a lifetime.
In this section, you will find additional information to improving your children's technique and footwork.
Discover quick fixes to some of the technical aspects which will accelerate your little students skills.
Find the right racket and balls to use in your tennis lessons, so that children can enjoy chasing the ball, and find learning to play and compete as quickly as possible.
Every tennis lesson with young children must be structured so that fun drills and games can be introduced.
Make tennis lessons enjoyable for kids and they will continue to come back for more practice.
The drills and games in this section are perfect for developing hand-eye coordination, quick footwork, and strokes consistency while having a lot of fun.
47 Tennis Teaching Lessons - A Course for Tennis Parents and Coaches
Tips and Fixes to Teach Kids Tennis
Drills and Fun Games to Teach Kids Tennis
Bonus #1: Ebook - 101 Tips for Your Best Tennis
Bonus #2: Ebook - 10 Lesson Plans to Teach Beginners
Bonus #3: Ebook - 15 Quick Fixes to Improve Your Tennis
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Hi there! I’m Cosmin Miholca, coach and founder of WebTennis24.
I’m passionate about helping players and coaches reach their full potential in tennis.
As a valued member, you’ll receive an additional bonus: unlimited email support and personalized assistance from me personally.
Ask me any tennis question, and I’ll do my best to provide you with the answers you need to improve your playing or coaching skills.
I’m always happy to help!