Ted Murray Interview on Tennis Authority


Ted MurrayBlog Talk radio andthe UR10s Network featured a podcast interview with Tedd Murray on the “”Tennis Authority” Show:

Here is a link to listen to or download the interview:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ur10snetwork/2013/02/15/the-tennis-authority

Ted Murray

Is founder of “Tennis from the Heart” – Developing Character Through Sports

Vision

Our vision is to make tennis fun and fulfilling while developing life skills that will contribute to achieving ones’ dreams.

MISSION

My goal is to create a community of players, parents, and coaches who share a similar philosophy of making tennis an enjoyable, personal development process that contributes immense value to everyone involved in the sport. By sharing the philosophy, tools, and training that really works and has life-altering potential, Tennis From the Heart can contribute to the adoption of a new paradigm towards competition, the opponent, and sports in general. The goal will be self-improvement and growth with the score being an important incentive and measuring device for one’s progress.

The entire program provides training for coaches and parents as well as players in a variety of formats: online instruction, books and videos, and live workshops anywhere in the world. By consulting with tennis clubs and resorts worldwide we can establish a positive atmosphere that will lead to increased profitability for the club by creating more enjoyment and value for everyone. The wonderful sport of tennis can help you lead a life you love and can help the entire world gain more understanding and cooperation.

http://tennisfromtheheart.com/


Over 37 years of tennis coaching in a variety of locations throughout the world and working with players of all levels and abilities, including multiple Grand Slam winners and Olympic medalists such as Leander Paes.

My goal is to share my unique concepts of tennis teaching to as many players and coaches as possible in order to enable players throughout the world to develop a greater passion for the game while improving their skills. Help students and coaches tap into the emotional and spiritual development that is possible to achieve through tennis. Provide consulting services to tennis programs worldwide to improve the entire delivery system of tennis and make it more fun and accessible to people worldwide.

Specialties: Training tennis coaches, Cardio Tennis programs, starting new tennis programs, developing top junior talent, Starting club and tennis combinations, writing inspirational tennis articles and books. Consulting for the tennis business.
As a USPTA Pro 1 and president of his own tennis management company, Ted Murray lends a wealth of knowledge and experience to the many aspects of the tennis profession.


In 1973, Ted met Peter Burwash, who taught and inspired Ted to make tennis a career.

Ted spent the next 20 years with Peter Burwash International and is a founding member of the world-renowned tennis management company. While at PBI, Ted directed tennis in such places as Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Mexico City and Canada.

Previously, he directed tennis for the Hotel Camino Real and Costa Rica Country Club, where he was responsible for the elite junior program at 16 courts.

Now, with his own company, Ted is currently developing the Punta Gorda Club for Tennis and Fitness in Punta Gorda, Fla. The club features seven tennis courts and a 15,000-square-foot fitness center. He also co-authored a book titled “Tennis Unlimited.”

Ted’s international experience also extends to the junior development arena. He developed future Davis Cup players for India while working for the Britannia-Amritraj Tennis Foundation in Madras, India. While there, Ted helped coach the 1996 Olympic Bronze Medalist, Leander Paes.

Other junior teams he helped coach include the Hawaii Junior Davis Cup Team, as well as nationally ranked juniors in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica and Atlanta.

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