Macquarie Uni AMT Gold

One thing that has remained constant in my life is how much I enjoy playing the game of tennis. I had been contemplating a return to competitive tennis throughout the year, however I just couldn’t find the balance between feeling physically able to compete, finding the right event and the time. Along came November and... Continue Reading →

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High Performance Camps at Premier Tennis Academy

I feel very proud and honoured to be conducting the High Performance Camps at the Kings School in Parramatta, NSW over the next two weeks. I will be working alongside the coaching team and staff at Premier Tennis Academy to ensure that our students are going to have a tremendous experience with us over the... Continue Reading →

The Truth About Sport

I was keen to learn more about a woman who came from very humble beginnings to becoming an Olympian figure skater. Three of my biggest inspirations growing up came from watching athletics, gymnastics and figure skating as a child. The men and women were powerful, strong, intense, yet graceful and it was so fascinating to see... Continue Reading →

Back To The Beginning Again

Tennis is one of the toughest sports in my opinion, not just because it is an individual sport, but also due to the fact that there is no set criteria to follow in order to achieve success. If anyone has tried to play tennis at a high level or even a recreational level, it soon... Continue Reading →

Breaking Bad

I would like to say that this post is in some way related to the hit US TV series Breaking Bad, but sadly it has nothing to do with it. I'm sorry to all of you out there who thought otherwise lol. This post does however have something to do with breaking bad and creating... Continue Reading →

What Is Your Legacy?

What is my legacy? What will people remember me for? I have asked myself these questions every now and then. Many people have told me that I'm too young to be thinking about my legacy, as a 27 year old, but I beg to differ. It's important to let things fall into place in life and... Continue Reading →

Face Your Fears

My greatest piece of advice that I could give anyone, especially a younger athlete, is to face their fears. There is no way you can succeed at anything you set your mind to if you are afraid. I used to be afraid that by my mid-twenties I wouldn't acquire any other skill than playing the... Continue Reading →

Do Lead Up Tournaments Matter?

At the end of December, when others are looking forward to a holiday, time off work, spending Christmas and New Year's with family and friends, tennis players are traveling and competing as per tournament schedule requirements. I observed that the way players finished a season would impact the start of the new season. It almost sets... Continue Reading →

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