The Tennis Parent's Bible: A Comprehensive Survival Guide to Becoming a World Class Parent (or Coach)

The Tennis Parent’s Bible is an organizational manual designed to assist parents/coaches through the mental/emotional complexities of raising a world class young adult through the game of tennis.
Included are foundation essentials, blunders/cures, common questions/answers, problems/solutions, tools to identify player strengths/weakness and a customized player evaluation all to maximize potential. More

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About Frank Giampaolo

Frank Giampaolo is a veteran author whose acclaimed book, The Tennis Parent’s Bible (www.thetennisparentsbible.com), is being used by ITF leaders, academy directors, parents, and coaches worldwide. Giampaolo’s innovative approach has earned him numerous honors, including being named the 2001 USPTA Southern California Tennis Director of the Year and being voted a top teaching professional in consecutive years by Southern California Tennis & Golf magazine. Giampaolo founded the Mental–Emotional Tennis Workshop in 2002; since then, participants in the program have gone on to win more than 77 U.S. national titles. His students have won ATP and WTA Tour singles and doubles titles. Giampaolo pioneered the Tennis Parents Workshop in 1998 and has conducted seminars throughout the United States, Mexico, Israel, Spain,New Zealand, Australia, and Canada. Additionally, he hosts a blog site, www.tennisparentsolutions.com.

Frank is a popular international speaker. He has appeared on NBC’s TODAY Show, Fox Sports, OCN World Team Tennis, Tennis Canada, and Tennis Australia. His instructional articles have appeared in Tennis View magazine, USPTA Coaching Publications, The Active Network, Parenting Aces, Tennis One, Tennis Australia, and Tennis New Zealand. He currently runs workshops at his high-performance training facility in Southern California.

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