ATP TOUR TRACK MENTORSHIP - GUY FRITZ
What does the Mentorship include?
Whether you're a junior tennis player with your sights on becoming a pro, a college player considering transitioning into pro tennis, a young pro navigating your way on the Pro Circuit or a more established pro on the ATP Tour, receiving guidance from an experienced mentor like Guy Fritz will be invaluable to your development both on and off the court and to achieving your career goals. In addition, with his expansive network of college coaches and knowledge of the college recruiting process, Guy has helped over 300 players secure tennis scholarships in the U.S., 90 per cent of which were at DI schools.
What are the Benefits?
- Help identifying your vision & setting goals to achieve it.
- Having someone to hold you accountable to your goals.
- Help with planning which tournaments to play & when to do training blocks.
- Impartial advice to see opportunities & challenges from a more constructive perspective.
- Having someone to help you problem solve & offer you feedback.
- Helping you stay focused & on track with the important things.
- An opportunity for personal growth.
- Help with the process of securing a tennis collegiate scholarship in the U.S.
30 minutes phone consultation (with parents for 7-12 year olds, player age 13+)
60 minutes phone consultation (with parents for 7-12 year olds, player age 13+)
Package of 5 x 30 minutes phone consults (with parents for 7-12 year olds, player age 13+)
About the Expert:
Guy Fritz, himself a former ATP Tour professional player, is no stranger to developing and mentoring junior champions: his son, Taylor won the US Open Junior tournament to earn the #1 year end ITF ranking in 2015 and in 2016 became the fastest player to reach the top 100 on the ATP Tour, at 19, having since reached as high as world no. 53.
Another one of his junior prodigies, CoCo Vandeweghe, also won the US Open Junior tournament and is now having a successful career on the WTA Tour, having this year made it to the Australian Open Semi-Finals, and is presently world no. 20.
Guy remains the only coach to develop a US Open Junior Champion in both the boys and the girls. In 2016 he was awarded Team USA Developmental Coach of the Year (left).
Please contact the Tour Level Player Development Program to discuss your ATP Tour Track Mentorship needs and fees.