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USPTA continuing education event at Warner Tennis Center

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The formerly LA Fitness owned Warner Tennis Center is the new home of Match Tough Tennis Academy (powered by Jack Broudy’s Infinity School of Tennis). Owner/GM Tim Schnaible and Director of Tennis Jack Broudy are turning WTC into a place of tennis learning and fun for adults and juniors.

Tim Schnaible brings to the court over 30 years of playing and coaching experience. He has personally coached hundreds of sectionally and nationally ranked juniors including winners at Kalamazoo, Easter Bowl, and Winter Supernationals. Schnaible was the exclusive coach to ATP Top-20 Pro Sam Querrey from the ages of 10-16 years old and was recently featured on the Tennis Channel's "Sam Querrey -Tennisography". In addition Schnaible has been a USTA Zonals Coach, USTA CTC Coach, College Coach and High School Coach. As a member of the USPTA since 1999 and a graduate of the USTA's High Performance Coaching Program, Schnaible has been in the junior development trenches for the past 2 decades and is regarded as one of top junior development coaches in the country.

Jack Broudy has been instrumental in the development of several So Cal champions and has been mentor to thousands of tennis players and pros worldwide. Broudy is considered a true visionary and innovator among top coaches who worked in developmental stages with American champions like Sam Querrey (#18ATP), Steve Johnson(#98), Abigail Spears (Top American Doubles Player), Warren Wood (#1 NCAA D3), Steve Forman (#1 US Jr, Wake Forest). Broudy, author to the book, The Real Spin on Tennis, also speaks at USPTA conventions for the past fifteen years. He has been a USPTA, level P1 for over two decades. In addition, he is founder of the Infinity School of Tennis, co-founder of the 8-Board Tennis Trainer, author and USPTA speaker, and also the founder of the so-called “non-linear game” methodology.

Schnaible, Broudy, and author Paul Mayberry will headline a USPTA Continuing Education event at Warner Tennis Center on Saturday, June 7, titled “Advanced Training for the Non-Linear Game.” Starting 3 pm, they will educate USPTA professionals on how to

  • Train organized fluidity into your players’ strokes
  • Improve your game and your coaching
  • Make quicker and better player assessments
  • Weave non-linear training into your clinics/facility
  • Embrace and understand the science of infinity and how it pertains to tennis and life.

For registration please go to www.usptaplayer.com/communities/california_uspta
Registration for adult and junior events June 7: email warnertenniscenter@gmail.com

The USPTA trainings event will complete a day of learning and playing at WTC, beginning with adult round robin match play from 9 am until noon, followed by Junior match play from 1-3 pm. Racquet demos will be on hand as well as demonstrations of Jack Broudy’s 8-Board Trainer product. The 8-Board is currently used by Major League Baseball Teams, US Olympics, US Ski and Snowboard Teams, UCLA Golf, USC Tennis, UNC Tennis, Pepperdine Tennis, Miami Heat, martial art studios, dancers, physical therapists, chiropractors and more.

Information on the 8-Board Trainer

Information on Warner Tennis Center

Facebook Page of Match Tough Tennis Academy

Information on Infinity School of Tennis

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