Brenton Barker

Brenton holds a Degree in Sports Coaching from the University of Delaware and was the former Head Advisor for the Japanese Government’s Sports Science Institute. He has held Managerial and Head Coaching roles with Australia’s National Governing Body, Tennis Australia, and served on the Dunlop International Sports Advisory Board for eight years. Brenton currently consults with several professional athletes and clients in the areas of Self-Accountability, Health, and Goal Orientation.
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5 Game-Changing Tennis Shoes for Overpronators

Tennis is a popular sport that requires agility, speed, and balance. Proper footwear is essential to prevent injuries and enhance performance on the court. Overpronation, a common foot condition, affects many tennis players and can lead to discomfort and potential

The Truth About Tennis Players and Bathroom Breaks

In recent years, the topic of tennis players’ bathroom breaks has become increasingly controversial, with some arguing that players are using these breaks as tactical weapons during crucial moments in matches. As a result, new guidelines and rules have been

Serve Your Feet Right: Best Tennis Shoes for Bunions

Tennis is an enjoyable sport that requires physical agility, endurance, and proper gear. For individuals with bunions – a painful swelling of the joint at the base of the big toe – finding the right pair of tennis shoes is

25 Greatest Female Tennis Players Of All Time

Since childhood, I have been a die-hard fan of the beautiful game that is tennis. This inspired me to develop a career as a coach, which has been my profession for years. With my expertise and knowledge, I have concluded

Why Is Coaching During A Match Not Allowed In Tennis?

As a tennis coach, I can tell you training makes a fundamental difference between success and failure for any player in any game. And, in many contests throughout the world, coaching can be done, both on and off the field.

What Age To Start Tennis Lessons As A Kid?

Anyone who knows anything about tennis knows that it’s a sport that takes years to master. You wouldn’t expect someone to be able to play at a high level without years of practice and lessons, would you? Surprisingly, this isn’t