Jack Broudy


Jack Broudy has been instrumental in the development of several Southern California champions. Jack is mentor to thousands of tennis players and tennis pros worldwide.

"Jack's revolutionary system and various training devices, including the 8-Board, can help every player feel the natural strokes. My brother Bob and I have known the fluid strokes and the feeling of being “connected" in the game of tennis for much of our lives. It’s great to now know the science behind this feeling, so we can use this knowledge to play even better." - Mike Bryan, World No.1 ATP Doubles

Jack has worked extensively with many top players and coaches including Emilio Sanchez, Sanchez-Casal Tennis Academy, Fl, Peter Smith, at USC, NCAA champion, ATP#18 Sam Querrey and his coach Tim Schnaible, Steve Johnson ATP #37 and his father/coach Steve Johnson Sr., Abigail Spears Top 10 WTA Doubles, Steve Forman former #1 Junior in the U.S. and All-American at Wake Forest among countless others.

Jack runs his online Infinity School of Tennis which is the basis for many players, pros and coaches world-wide. It is a complete program with over 100 videos. His online school is translated into several languages including French, Spanish, Chinese, Russian and Japanese.

Jack also speaks at USPTA conventions for the past fifteen years. He has been a USPTA, level P1 for over two decades. Jack is author to the book, The Real Spin on Tennis.

Jack is co-inventor, along with Paul Mayberry, of the 8-Board 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. Broudy has invented several other athletic training devices designed to improve an athletes' performance, balance, coordination and flexibility.

Played WATCH (pro) tennis tour in Florida 1976
Played college tennis for UNC Chapel Hill, NC 1973-75
Top Varsity Tennis player, singles and (All-American) doubles for UCSD, La Jolla, CA 1976-1979
Top 10 Ranked Junior in New England, representing New England District on National Junior circuit
Born in Stamford, Ct.

Smashwords Interview

1. How did the adventure with tennis begin in your life?
I actually loved playing baseball. But when my dad picked up the game he introduced it to me. I immediately switched over. I liked the fact that the action was continuous in tennis, unlike baseball.
2. How tennis has changed in last 10 years?
The men’s game has changed because more players have “all-court” games now. Top men in the past didn’t have complete games. Sampras had a backhand that could be taken advantage of. Agassi couldn’t volley. Chang had a weak serve. Courrier really only had an inside out forehand… The top four men today do everything well. The women hit bigger today than ever, however with the exception of Serena, they still struggle with their serves and touch shots, ie drop shots and angles. I’m confident this higher level is right around the corner for the women.
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Where to find Jack Broudy online


Secrets of the Natural Athlete (and how they can be yours)
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 12,640. Language: English. Published: March 10, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Tennis, Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Sports coaching
Learn how natural athletes engage their entire body in an efficient, fluid, and seamless flow of motion, resulting in what appears to be effortless power, control, and grace. This unseen dynamic motion and balance is what makes the greatest athletes stand out from the rest, however, this unique motion is NOT exclusive to top athletes. It can be learned by anyone.

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