A Great Analysis Combined With Great Coaching Equals Success
iTUSA’s Match Analysis Service isn’t meant to replace a tennis coach. It is true that the output video and statistics of the Match Analysis are easy enough for anyone to understand. However, to get the full benefit, a coach can create a specific training program and gameplan based on his/her professional interpretation of the analysis. In June’s case, footage of the first match was given to iTUSA’s professional video staff. Using this video, they were able to build an analysis – click here to view the entire analysis. This is a Level 1 Analysis, which tallies winners vs. unforced errors and presents them in the order of most-frequent to least-frequent. This allows anyone to clearly see where a match was won or lost. June’s coach, iTUSA’s founder Rafael Font de Mora, used the analysis to formulate a training plan and to write this gameplan email to June just before the second match. The results speak for themselves.
García-López Partnership with iTUSA
Back in April, iTUSA announced a new partnership with Guillermo García-López and Esparcia Sports. García-López has been utilizing iTUSA's Match Analysis service since Indian Wells to sharpen his tactical skills and provide exact training focus while achieving much improved results.
Previously, García-López's string of successes has included:
• Finalist at Eastbourne grasscourt championship in June.
• Seeded for the first time at the French Open.
• Semi-finalist in Estoril Open in Portugal.
• Defeating top ten players Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Madrid and Marin Cilic at Indian Wells.
iTUSA congratulates García-López in a great win and wish him continued success.
Click here to watch a video of Guillermo's 2010 highlights.
Sweanou's chance to achieve what few African boys can even dream about is being sponsored by the iTUSA/Paul Segodo Africa Tennis Foundation. The foundation was started in 1995 after iTUSA's Rafael Font de Mora traveled to Africa to conduct a tennis clinic. When he arrived he could not believe what he saw: so many young talented tennis players who loved the game. They had all the athleticism and enthusiasm to become great tennis players, but lacked the basic tennis resources - shoes, rackets, facilities, and coaches. The iTUSA/Paul Segodo Foundation has dedicated its time and effort to improving the lives and futures of African children through the game of tennis.
• Spain has dominated Davis Cup over the last decade, winning four times in 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2009. Its victory in 2009 came after whitewashing Czech Republic 5-0 in the Final in Barcelona.
• Spain has 8 male players in the top 50 in the world! No other country comes close (3 for USA, 2 for Switzerland, 2 for Russia and 3 for Germany).
But since the end of last year Pe’er has gone from strength to strength and has played some of the best tennis of her life in recent months.
Speaking to The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday, Giacopelli explained how much work had to be done to get Pe’er’s game back on track.