VIRTUAL GRAND SLAM

Coaches' Conference

18 - 21 JANUARY, 2022

AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN AND ENGAGE WITH WORLD-CLASS SPEAKERS AND INDUSTRY EXPERTS, AS THEY EXPLORE OUR THEME OF 'IT'S YOUR GAME

It's Your Game

What a year it has been, and in adapting to our changing environment, we are delivering our premium

professional development opportunity the Grand Slam Coaches’ Conference 2022 via a virtual platform.

Listen to world-class speakers and industry experts such as Ivan Lendl, Louis Cayer,

Marion Bartoli and Nicole Pratt as they explore the theme of It’s Your Game.

We invite coaches of all levels to take part in this industry-leading professional development experience.

What a year it has been, and in adapting to our changing environment, we are delivering our premium professional development opportunity the Grand Slam Coaches’ Conference 2022 via a virtual platform.

Listen to world-class speakers and industry experts such as Ivan Lendl, Louis Cayer, Marion Bartoli and Nicole Pratt as they explore the theme ofIt’s Your Game. We invite coaches of all levels to take part in this industry-leading professional development experience.

This years event will include 3 phases:

All pre-recorded and Q&A sessions will be recorded and available for viewing for 30 days post conference on coachesconference.com.au

 

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Event Details

DATES

18 - 21 January, 2022

TIMES

8:00am - 4:00pm (AEDT)

Packages

Tennis Australia Coach Members in 2022

$0

MEMBER BENEFIT

Register via Eventbrite

Non Tennis Australia Coach Members

$49

INC. GST

Register via Eventbrite

Speakers

With more exciting announcements coming soon!

Adrian Zeman

Director

A to Z Tennis Consulting

Alberto Castellani

National President

Global Tennis Coach Association

Alex Hynes

Director of T-Movement

Alex Hynes is the founder of T-Movement and is currently a High-Performance Tennis Coach and Lead Strength and Conditioning Coach at KDV Sport’s Tennis Academy, on the Gold Coast. 

Alex is a qualified Club Pro Tennis Coach, Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Science (Amongst many other qualifications). Alex worked at Tennis Australia for 8 years as a High-Performance Tennis Coach and Physical Performance Coach with the ACT and QLD National Academies. Players Alex has worked with include, James Duckworth, John Millman, Nick Kyrgios, Ajla Tomjlanovic, Jarmila Gadjasova, Sam Groth, Kim Birrell, Priscilla Hon, Lizette Cabrera, and numerous top 100 ITF junior players. 

T-Movement is a combination of sports science, human anatomy, physical training, and tennis coaching. T-Movement provides online, video-based training programs for emerging tennis players, who are limited by their movement and speed on court or plagued by injury. These programs help players reach their true potential by improving sports-specific footwork, fitness, and body management which builds their confidence, energy, and ultimately – match performance.


Anzac Leidig

Indigenous Program Lead

Tennis NT

Ben Robertson

National Wellbeing Manager

Tennis Australia

Ben Robertson is the National Wellbeing Manager at Tennis Australia. His role is to enhance and develop the wellbeing and positive health of Australia’s next generation of tennis players and coaches.

Ben has extensive experience in High Performance sport, previously working with Australian male and female elite cricketers and soccer players.

Ben holds a Bachelor of Education, a graduate certificate in mentoring elite athletes, is an accredited football coach with Senior and Youth coaching experience at representative level, as well as previously owning a small business in coaching.

Beti Sekulovski

Director of High Performance

Champion Academy

Bill Riddle

Director of Tennis

Temple Hill Country Club

Callum Beale

Head of Game Development Partnerships

Tennis Australia

CarriE Jackson

Certified Mental Performance Consultant,

Author of On Top of Your Game

Claudio Pistolesi

Director 

JTCC,

Former Coach of Robin Soldering & Monica Seles

Clint Fyfe

Head Tennis Coach

SCG Academy

Craig Tiley

CEO

Tennis Australia

Damien Morris

Senior Integrity Officer

Tennis Australia

Dan Kiernan

Director

SotoTennis Academy

Dr Elizabeth Odera

Global S&D Management Consultant,

Public Speaker

Emma Doyle

High Performance Coach,

International Speaker

Fernando Segal

Founder/President

Segal Institute,

International Tennis Development Leader

Francois Vogelsberger

National High Performance Wheelchair Tennis Coach

Tennis Australia

Coach of Dylan Alcott

Frederic Fontang

Coach of Felix Auger-Aliassime

Gary Cahill

Davis and Fed Cup Captain of Ireland

Ivan Lendl

Former ATP singles #1 for 270 weeks.

Winner of 8 Grand Slam titles.

Former coach of Andy Murray.

Jeff Coetzee

Davis Cup & ATP Cup Captain of South Africa,

ATP Coach of Former World #1 Doubles Pair

Kody Thompson

CEO

Sites at Scale

Louis Cayer

Senior Performance Advisor

Lawn Tennis Association

Louise Broadfoot

Senior Integrity Officer

Tennis Australia

Lyndon Krause

Tennis Lab Technician

Tennis Australia

Marco Panichi

Strength & Conditioning Coach of Novak Djokovic

Marion Bartoli

2013 Wimbledon Singles Champion,

Former #8 singles WTA

Mark Taylor

Lead Physical Performance Coach

Tennis Australia

S&C of World #1 Ash Barty

martin Rocca

Tennis Director

MiniPlayers – Tennis Aid

Ben Robertson is the National Wellbeing Manager at Tennis Australia. His role is to enhance and develop the wellbeing and positive health of Australia’s next generation of tennis players and coaches.

Martin Rocca is the Mini Players Programme Director and co-Founder of the TennisAid Association. He is also a member of the RFET (Spanish Tennis Federation) Coaches Education Board. He is also the former Director of Sanchez-Casal Academy Junior Tennis (Barcelona) and a seasoned conference speaker.

Michael Bohl

Australian Swimming Coach of Multiple Olympians

Nicole Pratt

Women’s Coach Lead & Women’s Team Coach

Tennis Australia

Rebecca Mcdonald

Head of Programs

Tennis Australia

Ruben Neyens

Coach Development Manager

Dutch Tennis Federation

Sarah Stone

Founder & CEO

WTCA

Scott Rawlins

Coach Development Manager (QLD)

Tennis Australia

Simon Wheatley

CEO

Simon Wheatley Coaching,

International Presenter

Stephen Huss

Former 2005 Wimbeldon Doubles Champion,

#21 ATP Doubles

Tim Hill

CEO

Coach Down Under

Tom Larner

Chief Tennis Officer

Tennis Australia

Please note that these speakers may be subject to change.

Who Should Attend?

Whether you’re looking to re-energise for 2022, or network with coaches and industry experts from around the world, we welcome everyone to be part of our interactive virtual conference

The conference is open to:

Coaches

Club & facility managers

Volunteers

Tennis enthusiasts

Terms & Conditions

By registering for the Tennis Australia ‘It’s Your Game’ Virtual Conference, you agree to receive email communication from Tennis Australia and the Global Sports PD Network with event information, and other news. You can opt out at any time.

  • Registration for the event provides access to sessions for one person only. If multiple people from an organization wish to join the event, separate registrations are required.
  • Recordings of live sessions are provided to registered attendees once they are completed.
  • Receipt of your payment will be automatically generated and sent via email upon purchase.
  • Personal recording of the sessions for private re-distribution is prohibited.
  • Recordings of the sessions will be made available via appropriate distribution for registered attendees only.
  • All advertised details are correct at the time of promotion.
  • The event organizers reserve the right to make changes to the program if required without notice.
  • Tennis Australia and The Global Sports PD Network will use their best endeavours to ensure that speakers and sessions are as advertised at the time of the event. Should any changes be made before the event, the event organizers will use their best endeavours to source a suitable replacement for the session(s).
  • The event organizers reserve the right to remove or deny access to any delegate who does not act appropriately before or during the event.