Get an All-Access Pass to the Journey of Becoming Pro
Join me and aspiring tennis pro Nitzan Ricklis as we travel America and train for the tennis pro tour.
You’ll see how we work together to make technical adjustments, incorporate these skills into his game, and test them against elite players from state to state.
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Join Us As We Train Against Elite Competition
For 10 weeks, Starting June 14th, Nitzan and I will be traveling across the US, from California to Vermont, to train and compete against top tennis players in preparation for the pro tour.
We are documenting the entire journey on video! Watch the process as we develop his skills and test them against elite competition from state to state. We’ll be mic’d up the entire time! You will get to see the on-court coach-player dynamic as we develop technique, train, and analyze live matchplay.
This content will ONLY be available on the TPATennis.com website.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE JOURNEY
HERE'S EXACTLY WHAT YOU'LL RECEIVE
10 IN-DEPTH TRAINING VIDEOS
Witness firsthand how a professional tennis player and coach train. You’ll see us make technical adjustments that can be immediately incorporated into your own game.
Additional tips and advice will be provided to help you further develop your skills. We will be covering:
- Forehand and backhand kinetic chain
- Serve mechanics
- Footwork and balance
- Training methods and drills
- Mental aspects of tennis and matchplay strategies
MIC’D UP POINT PLAY ANALYSIS
Have you ever struggled to incorporate technical adjustments into competition? Watch Nitzan attempt to execute new skills into pressure situations. Listen to the conversations we have and the advice I provide to help him achieve this.
Learn what it takes to develop new skills and create the overlap between the coaching court and competition.
Become a better tennis player, not just ball hitter!
LIVE ZOOM CALLS WITH TOM AND NITZAN
Each call will begin with a summary of the latest videos, information on what we’ve been working on, and our future plans. This is also your opportunity to ask any questions you may have!
We’ll do a breakdown of Nitzan’s game using screen-sharing software, allowing you to gain a better understanding of tennis biomechanics.
If you can’t make the Zoom sessions a recording will be available!
WATCH TOM ALLSOPP AND NITZAN RICKLIS IN ACTION
Nitzan Ricklis currently plays number 1 for the University of San Francisco, a division 1 school. Watch Tom Allsopp prepare Nitzan for the pro tour in 2022 and follow their journey.
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I’ve been hitting for about 10 years just for fun and decided to make an honest attempt at getting better. I came across Tom’s videos on YouTube and found the general videos he made really helpful but it wasn’t until I contacted him and took his online coaching where he would help me specifically and mate…. he knows his sh*t!
In 6 weeks I’m easily a better player with much more tools and really looking forward to working with Tom over the next 6 months to a year to see what we can cook up together.
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Tom is truly a professional tennis coach. ‘Professional’ implies dedication, efficiency, creativity, and a genuine relationship with their profession. Tom is not a replacement ‘ball feeding machine with a voice’. He is an accomplished student of the game, continually investigating methods of how to help others learn, ever more quickly to become a genuine game playing tennis player. Tom cares about his players and the game. He is the real deal and the best value coach in town.
Tom and I started discussing tennis coaching methods about 3 years ago. He understands the skills that are required to play this game and how to effectively teach them. It’s a refreshing change from basket feeding and generic technical jargon. I would really encourage any parent, player or coach to contact Tom to see how he can help you. You will definitely learn many things that are not easily available or often discussed. I will continue to reach out to Tom as I improve my coaching and the coaching of others around me.