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March 2016

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One of the nine gaming mechanics that can be easily applied in kids tennis is the concept of 'levels'. By creating the possibility to achieve different levels in a game you will increase the motivation of players. But is this always the case? And how do you apply 'levels' in the right way? Here are five

Wayne Elderton is the head of Coaching Development for Tennis Canada in British Columbia.  He holds many tennis certifications and has received many awards, including the Tennis Canada Coaching Excellence award.  Wayne also developed acecoach.com to provide resources for coaches who wish to professionally develop and keep up to date with international coaching trends. Can you tell us how

Dejan Vukojicic is currently the Director of the Junior Tennis Program for Colonial Sun in Serbia. Can you tell us how you started playing tennis, and a little bit about your career as a coach? My mother was a tennis player and, following in her footsteps, I started playing at 8. I had also tried football but realised

At evolve9 we may notice them more often. Messages about gamification or ‘gamifying’ as it is sometimes called. Why do the people who are involved in the world of kid’s tennis make such a fuss about gamification? What is gamification good for? Is gamification the secret behind a great youth program? Let me start with a disappointing

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