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About #AskNick

In October of 2017, Tennis Channel added Hall of Fame coach Nick Bollettieri to its deep roster of influential tennis professionals and visionaries. As part of Tennis Channel, he will coach fans online by sharing advice and insights gathered during the course of his storied career. His articles will cover a variety of subjects including fear, finding focus, leadership and what he has learned from coaching the world’s top players.

Bollettieri will also participate in weekly Q&A sessions to answer fan questions. As well, he can help improve your tennis game via any videos submitted on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook pages using the hashtag #AskNick.

WHAT TO EXPECT:

Monday Motivation: Start each week with a new motivational quote from Nick found on our websites and social pages

Wednesday Lessons: Continue to learn with Nick via weekly articles posted to Tennis.com, Tennischannel.com and Baseline

Friday Q&As: The tennis legend will answer fan questions with #AskNick in weekly sessions on TC's social media

Coaching Videos: Send Nick your tennis videos using #AskNick on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Nick will send a video back with ways you can improve your game

TV Updates: Stay tuned for Nick's appearances on Tennis Channel and Tennis Channel Live

Tennis Magazine: Read more #AskNick in upcoming issues of Tennis Magazine

You can also follow along on:
Tennis Channel’s Facebook
Tennis Channel’s Twitter
Tennis' Facebook
Tennis' Twitter
Tennis.com
Baseline

About Nick Bollettieri

In 1978 Bollettieri founded the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy, now known as IMG Academy, the first full-time tennis boarding school. He has coached 10 World No. 1 players including Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Venus and Serena Williams, Boris Becker and Maria Sharapova. Along with his success as a coach, he has received countless honors, among them induction into the International Tennis Hall of Fame, United States Olympic Committee National Coach of the Year award and the ITF Lifetime Achievement Award. Bollettieri is widely considered to be one of the most influential people in the sport’s history.


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