Your biggest Challenges
You might not know which one is the right goal for you.
What it takes
You see other players doing relatively the same as you but getting better results and you start to question if that will ever happen to you.
These thoughts and feelings become your limitation and you will need a clearer path if you want to see a change in your present and of course, in your future.
The cost of inaction
The price of not changing your approach could eventually bring more insecurity and frustration and finally loss of motivation.
The 3 Pillars
Stephanie Graf (World #1 WTA)
From 1985 to 1990, Tonio served as a one of my coaches and improved my clay court game. His knowledge and understanding of how to approach the clay court proved invaluable. With Antonio's help, I won my first Grand Slam title in 1987 at Roland Garros and earned the number one world ranking. After the French Open win, Antonio and I traveled to tournaments in Hamburg, Berlin, Paris and New York. We have remained friends and train together prior to my charitable exhibitions matches.
Marc Lopez (#3 in the ATP Tour Doubles Ranking)
I had the chance to share time with Antonio for three Seasons during the German Tennis League. One of his attributes was the ability to understand my strengths and believe in my potential to help me to perform at the best of my personal abilities. His personal empathy made him a valuable coach to have around.
Joel Figueras (Tennis Director of the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar)
I met Tonio at the age of 17 when we were both starting on the pro tour so I have been a witness of his path. He was a conscientious player so he used the same mentality to develop himself as a Tennis Coach. He has put lots of hours trying to understand all aspects of the game and in particular the human being in the equation. Tonio will give you the very best of his knowledge and experience. An opportunity worth taking.
Joan Albert (Viloca ATP COACH /ALUMNI/ATP #47)
I met Tonio 4 years ago and since then we have been in touch very often. His passion for getting better as a coach is one of his biggest strengths. That gives him so much knowledge about the Technical, Physical and Mental aspects of the game. His experience on tour as a former player, plus his passion for coaching skills, make him one of the best coaches in the world. I learned a lot from him by sharing experiences, methodology and view of life. Tonio definitely is a top coach for all levels.
Adam Blicher (Awarded with the Paul Arber Young Coaches Award)
Tonio is first and foremost a very inspirational person. He has a very calm way of going about his work with each individual he works with. His two books have had a profound influence on how I approach my own coaching and Tonio is now giving parents and players the opportunity to benefit from his lifetime of experience within tennis, is an opportunity that you don't want to miss out on. Antonio is the kind of guy that I would like to pass on my own kids to when they grow up.
Shariq Khan (Coach of Faris and Zane Khan)
Being around Toño opened my eyes to what I had no idea tennis consisted of. It made me want to research more and learn as much as I could putting pieces together on how to develop my players. I started to learn what made a player good and my thinking about the game took a shift to a much deeper level. I started to understand how important the mental aspect for the player is. My time with Toño helped me immensely into the coach I have become today and I'm extremely thankful for the time I was able to spend with him.
Tonio was and is almost like a second Father to me. He always listened to what I had to say, it did not matter if it was personal or a tennis issue. His advice was always helpful. Whenever I lost he built me up, he made me work and convinced me that next time was going to be better and that I should look with faith into the future. My parents also listened to his opinion and learned from his experience. I feel fortunate to have experienced him as a coach and as a person. He is a great mind coach that could understand and help his students.
In Tonio I dont only see a professional tennis player and coach who made me attain skills beyond my expectations but also a good friend who helped me to take the right decisions in phases of mental instability in my life. While being very impulsive and tending to lose control in former times I learned to remain patient and repeat certain procedures till I reach a state of satisfaction.
When I was around 16, I had the opportunity to be coached by Tonio. During those years of finishing school, he was able to help me to stay positive towards life and my achievements. Things are not easy when you are growing up and tennis was a great platform to teach me how to improve, perseverance and life values which he reinforced and I still carry with me.
Tonio taught me disciplin, Fairness and Perseverance not only on the court but off the court as well. He showed me that I can overcome my own self imposed limitations. The goal was not only to be a good player but to be a good person. He was not only a good coach, he was a good friend almost like a second father. It was good to know that no matter what it was, i could always go to him and talk.
Tonio has taken my game to another level. He brought insight and knowledge to my game that I hadn't seen before. Not only did he improve the way I train, he also helped my mental part of the game tremendously. He has a unbelievable passion for the game and desire to help players improve on and off the court. I am very fortunate to have Tonio as a mentor.
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