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Randall Scott
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The interest of tennis in the Asian region is exploding! It is estimated already in China alone there are 130 million people interested in the game and 5 million active, recreational participants.

The professional tours are now full of players from Asia with ATP and WTA rankings; including players such as Leander Paes, Su Wei-Hsieh, Yen-Hsun Lu, Li Na, Tammy Tanasugarn, Kei Nishikori, Kimiko Date, and in the recent past, ATP Top 10 ranked player, Paradorn Srichiphan.

Equally as significant is the recent success and domination of the Asian juniors at the international level. In 2008 the number one ITF ranked junior boy and girl players were from India and Thailand.

So, many Asian players have already reached the top echelons of the game, and the signs suggest Asian players are well positioned in the near future to possibly dominate tennis at the elite levels as the Eastern Europeans begun achieving over a decade ago.

Coach Randall has witnessed first hand this steady and massive growth of the game in Asia over the past two decades, and has been instrumental in pioneering the development of tennis at both the grass root and elite levels through his academy programs and wholistic, coaching methods.

It is Coach Randall's mission to continue supporting and contributing to the sport's rapid expansion in Asia by offering a broad-based range of professional services and an integrated approach to player development.
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The Story of the Big Fish in the Little Pond

Posted on August 31, 2013 at 8:36pm 0 Comments

” If one really wishes to be master of an art or sport, technical knowledge of it is not enough”, from Zen in the Art of Archery by Eugen Herrigel

The story of the big fish in the little pond is an all too common one, and more often than not has a negative impact on many players; especially for those juniors who experience a degree of national or international success and recognition during their early developmental years.  During my career I have worked…


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At 11:00pm on September 24, 2010, Ilansrfr said…
Hey, prob dumb question, you going to Thai Open? I heard Rafa is confirmed. Do you think he's REALLY going to be there?

At 8:23am on April 3, 2010, Mark / The Mayor said…
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