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Shoot a video featuring 1 or 2 strokes (up to 15mins duration). Send a message with your video explaining what you would like me to focus on. Get tips on how to shoot your video.


I will review your video, while preparing notes and helpful videos. I will then contact you to schedule a time for our zoom session.


Together we can analyze your video with screen sharing software, and discuss ways to simply and effectively improve your game. 


You will be provided with the recording of our analysis session. Everything will be 100% confidential.


Stroke Analysis: 

  1. We discuss your thoughts and observations about your game.
  2. I explain and illustrate the technical goal for your specific stroke and level of play.
  3. I will suggest the technical adjustments to make for immediate progress towards the ultimate goal. 
  4. We can explore training methods to develop your strokes while bridging the gap between your training and matchplay 

Matchplay Analysis:  

  1. We discuss your thoughts and observations about your game.
  2. I will analyze areas that you feel accurately represent the issues you are having in your matchplay.
  3. I will suggest technical and tactical adjustments to make for immediate progress.
  4. We can explore training methods to help you play the right shot at the right time in matchplay.

Things discussed will be kept 100% confidential. All videos will be kept for private use only.


Once the transaction is completed, I will send you further instruction on how to submit your video for analysis. 


Below are two options for sending your videos for analysis. Once I receive your video I will contact you to arrange a time to discuss your video together online.

Uploading videos to YouTube

You can upload videos to YouTube in a few easy steps. Use the instructions below to upload your videos from a computer or from a mobile device.

  1. Sign in to YouTube.
  2. Click on Upload at the top of the page.
  3. Before you start uploading the video you can choose the video privacy settings.
  4. Select the video you’d like to upload from your computer. You can also import a video from Google Photos.
  5. Click Publish to finish uploading a public video to YouTube. If you set the video privacy setting to Unlisted you can Share your video privately by simply sending the link.

You’re done! Once the upload is completed YouTube will send you an email to notify you that your video is done uploading and processing. You can then forward that link to me.

Uploading video via Google Drive

How to share a video on Google Drive.

  1. Open Google Drive and ensure you’re logged into your Google account.
  2. Click the “+New” button on the left hand side and upload your video from your computer. …
  3. Click on the video file once to highlight it.
  4. Right-click on the file name to open a menu of options.
  5. Click “Share.”

You’re done! Once the video has been received, we’ll be in touch!


It’s rare that you come across a standout coach like Tom. He stands out above the rest with his tennis acumen coupled with his exceptional communication skills. I had the pleasure of working with Tom for two months to improve my forehand and serve It was through this experience that I got to see Tom in his area of expertise – identifying the key technical flaws and formulating innovative yet the most practical solution to improve your strokes.
Beyond his ability to provide you with exceptional coaching, Tom was always available to chat and was extremely friendly and generous with his time.
Tom has earned my highest respect during our time working together and I’m absolutely certain that he will earn yours as well.

I coach a boys tennis team in Charlotte, NC and we have been using TPA Tennis video analysis services to help in the development of our high performance kids. Tom has been a tremendous value in providing detailed analysis of our matches. We find his analysis to be very professional and insightful and a good complement to our on-court live instruction and coaching. Tom has a great understanding of the learning process and how to efficiently and effectively help players.

Kyle Williams
Coach, Charlotte, NC

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.

New Zealand

Sometimes as coaches we can get caught up in only addressing stroke production. Tom not only looks at the big picture, his teaching philosophy outlines how one thing influences another. It’s like a jigsaw puzzle where all the pieces fit perfectly. It makes it easy for the coach, and easy for the student to understand how to become better. I would strongly suggest that anyone that wants to improve as a coach contact Tom Allsopp.

John Carrizosa
PVTC Pro and Director of Junior Development

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.

Keith Reynolds
ATP Tour Coach and author of "The Tennis Coach's Toolkit"

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.

Rob Isaacs
Director of competitive tennis at HPTA, Philadelphia
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