10 years Tennis Play and Stay: A review on communicating and teaching tennis from (pre)school to advanced ages in Germany

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10 years Tennis Play and Stay: A review on communicating and teaching tennis from (pre)school to advanced ages in Germany. / Born, Philipp; Born, Hans-Peter; Bornemann, Rüdiger; Jakubec, Alexander; Vogt, Tobias.

in: ITF Coaching and Sport Science Review, Jahrgang 25, Nr. 72, 08.2017, S. 3-4.

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title = "10 years Tennis Play and Stay: A review on communicating and teaching tennis from (pre)school to advanced ages in Germany",
abstract = "Germany has a long tradition of a well-developed coaches’ education and always used methodological approaches to teach and learn tennis. The implementation of the Tennis Play and Stay campaign by the ITF in 2007 provided additional boosts to existing programs and brought new ideas and a superordinate system to German tennis. Despite some minor difficulties the P&S campaign was and is successful in Germany.",
author = "Philipp Born and Hans-Peter Born and R{\"u}diger Bornemann and Alexander Jakubec and Tobias Vogt",
year = "2017",
month = "8",
language = "English",
volume = "25",
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journal = "ITF Coaching and Sport Science Review",
issn = "1812-2302",
number = "72",

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