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Coach Steve Clark PhD Show: Guest Harvard's Dave Fish about the UTR and more.

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Welcome to the Coach Steve Clark Ph.D Show where we aim to encourage, inspire and equip coaches, players and parents who in turn inspire and equip others to promote tennis, foster sportsmanship, and develop greater players and people.

Today's Guest or Topic

Today I will be talking with long time coaching colleague and Harvard’s Head Men’s Tennis coach David Fish.  In his 39 years of coaching at Harvard he has been an advocated for numerous inovative ideas and supporter for the betterment of college tennis and tennis overall.  We will discuss mainly the UTR (Universal Tennis Rating) system, its benefits and use in all levels (juniors, collegiate tennis, adult, professional, etc), in the US and world-wide. 

A bit about your host, Coach Steve Clark

Having over 25 years of collegiate coaching experience with teams as high as #16 NCAA and players in the top 5 and former players in the top echelon of the ATP, Coach Clark engages guests and the listeners in an array of topics ranging from momentum management to between point management; from elite coaches and players as guests to the mechanics, tactics and sports psychology for the determined club player.  And beyond the normal discussions often around tennis, Dr. Clark will entertain topics as wide as collegiate recruiting, team promotion and fan building for coaches, to topics for the parents-coach dynamic.  Having a PhD and numerous other degrees and being a former NCAA All-American and successful player beyond, he understands and has a deep concern for the academic, personal and athletic development of players and students. Thanks for tuning in.  Please call in live or leave your questions on email at steve@coachsteveclarkphd.com.

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