Adirondack Tennis – tennis information for the Northern region of the USTA Eastern section

AdvantageMaddie – tennis parent blog written by the dad of 9 yr old, Maddie

American Tennis Journal – a new site dedicated to the promotion of American tennis

Are You Sure? –  great tennis merchandise created by a great tennis mom

*Athletes Audio – an app for sports (not just tennis!) mental toughness training; click on the link for a discount!

*Atlanta Personal Training – Marcus Shapiro is my son’s trainer, and he does tennis-specific training for several young players in the Atlanta area

Atlanta Tennis – an insider’s view of the Atlanta tennis scene

*Barbara Tipple Jewellery – I know this isn’t tennis-related, but Barbara is a fellow Tennis Parent who designs and sells beautiful pieces.  A treat from her shop would make a great gift to thank your favorite Tennis Mom for all she does!

Big Sports Report – an online news organization dedicated to covering youth sports

*The Blue Sky Foundation – Dick Stockton’s site for his Thanking Our Troops Through Tennis project

* – Bob Litwin’s website on learning how to re-shape our stories to help us re-shape our lives – understanding your and your child’s brain type can help determine the type of coaching that will work best – take a look!

CA Tennis – chock full of short, informative articles for coaches, parents, and players who want the truth about tennis

Call To Action – Tom Walker’s piece regarding the proposed changes to the junior competition structure – if you’re interested in following men’s tennis at the Challenger level, this is a great resource

*CoachMe – online coaching and in-depth video analysis

*Coach JP Weber’s blog – a great blog written by a great coach and fellow radio host

College Tennis Today – for those who want to follow college tennis, this site has all the latest info

Crazy Tennis Mom – another very informative blog for parents of junior players

Donovan Tennis Strategies – advises players throughout the US and the world, helping them to determine the right colleges given their tennis and academic credentials and other criteria they might have (size of school, locations, areas of study they are interested in, do they need scholarship vs. trying to leverage their tennis to get into a better academic school, etc)

*Down the Line and Beyond Foundation – founded by Pascal Collard, a tremendous organization devoted to helping junior players develop good character both on and off the court

* – founded by Jessica Weyreuter, this organization provides tennis instruction to children with physical and intellectual disabilities

*Eagleton Techne Tennis – John Eagleton’s unique method of teaching what he calls the “modern game” to players of all levels

*Ed – fantastic information on understanding how thoughts impact feelings as well as free downloads for Ed’s video materials – an on court tennis scoring system that sends live scoring via the internet. Coaches, parents and spectators can view scores in real time as players change scores at change overs, from their computer, tablets or smart phones.

Everything Tennis – a great blog written by a tennis coach

Fit For Trips – an online resource to get you physically ready for your next adventure travel experience

Friends of Jaclyn Foundation – a partnership between college athletic teams and children with brain tumors – please take a look and share!

Fuzzy Yellow Balls – more of a how-to site for players – definitely worth a visit

*Ginepri Performance Tennis Academy – an Atlanta area training ground for junior tennis players co-owned and operated by touring pro Robby Ginepri

*Growing Champions For Life – powerful strategies for helping you build enduring relationships with your child/athlete

Heavy Topspin – a tennis blog dealing with the stats and analytics of the pro game

*High-Tech Tennis – an Atlanta-based tennis video analysis service that also does college recruit videos

*Human Performance Mentors – Michael Cooper’s mental performance training website

*International Alliance of Racquet Technicians – Click on the Consumers tab to get info on selecting proper equipment for your junior player

*International Tennis Performance Association – tennis-specific fitness training, education, and certification

ITA Info Page for Junior Players – info from ITA, NCAA, NAIA, and USTA on playing college tennis

ITF Junior Rules – the complete rules for ITF competition

*ITPA Certification – become a trained and certified Tennis Performance Trainer through this science-based course

JBMThinks – helping families develop good character through sports

*Jeff Salzenstein Tennis – learn tennis online from a top junior, top college player, top professional, and now, top coach!

*Johan Kriek Tennis Academy – read and learn about Johan’s academy in Charlotte, NC

*Junior Grand Prix Tennis – a totally new, totally independent junior competition structure with its own sanctioning and ranking system for all levels of play – arrange competitive match play for your junior player

*Life on the Pro Circuit – a series of blog posts by coach Craig Cignarelli documenting his experience as a “Mezzanine Coach” with his young charge at her first professional tennis tournament in Mexico.  WARNING: for mature audiences!

Links to Online Articles – links to articles I’ve referenced in blog posts and on the Facebook & Twitter feeds

*Mental Training, Inc – Dr. Robert Neff’s online resource for mental training for parents, coaches, and players

*Midcourt Sports – Coach Duey Evans’s tennis and futsal academy in Dallas, TX for junior players – Tips, news and pop culture for the everyday tennis fan – Your one-stop shop for all things relating to your child’s tennis – get your very own video camera fence mount for recording your child’s matches

*National High School Tennis Association – Promoting high school tennis through team rankings & All-American lists as well as coaching education resources

National Wresting Coaches Association Blog – I know it says “wrestling” but there is some great stuff for tennis parents, too!

NCAA Rule Updates – stay up-to-date on any NCAA changes

* – Professional and amateur athletes, anyone with special dietary needs, and individuals who want to take control of their nutrition and health, will find great advantage in arranging a consult – a comprehensive blog encompassing international professional and junior tennis information – a great site for tennis fans

Pacific Health Labs – the makers of Accelerade and Endurox R4 on-court and recovery drinks used by the pros (and a certain junior I know, too!).  Use code ACES15 for 15% off and free shipping

*Peak Performance Training – Peak Performance Training with Linda LeClaire and Dr. Bryce Young is committed to empowering each individual with a personal program of self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-confidence and a philosophy that provides fulfillment of one’s highest human potential through life and sport

Players Against Cheating – Started by a Tennis Dad and his two sons, this site encourages positive peer pressure to eliminate cheating and gamesmanship in junior tennis

* – a consulting service for US and international players looking to play college tennis (and other sports, too)

*ProActive Coaching – a consulting service for coaches, parents, athletes, and athletic directors to help address specific needs related to sports

Pro Tennis Tips – focuses on learning how to play tennis as well as providing general tips on how to improve your game, choosing the proper equipment, stringing racquets, and tips and tricks of the game

*RAMP Tennis Academy – junior tennis academy for all levels located in Carson, California

Robert Lansdorp’s Blog – he shares his coaching philosophy and some great player stories

*Saviano Tennis Academy – Nick Saviano’s academy site provides information on training, tournaments, parent education, and other aspects of the sport

*Scholarship for Athletes – a consulting service for those players looking to play at the college level

Society for Tennis Medicine & Science – provides a forum for interactive discussion among doctors, scientists, therapists and governing bodies to increase and disseminate knowledge regarding injuries in tennis through research and education

*Solve the Mystery of Your Child’s Motivation & Distraction Issues – David Benzel’s webinar recording will enlighten you to what may be going on inside your junior’s head – total length ~40 minutes

*SpeedTracs – on-court fitness training system for athletes of all ages and stages

Sport Parent Support – the name says it all!

Stephen Diaz Tennis Academy – Atlanta area junior tennis training facility located in East Cobb and run by head coach Stephen Diaz

* – An organization dedicated to making sports safe for all kids

*Striver Athlete – Jeff Moore’s organization to work with parents, players, and coaches to develop an ethic of internal competition impacting all relationships fueled by a commitment to achieve beyond any comparative measure.

Teddy Tennis – Tennis made fun for the youngest players

* – online pro shop and tennis advice from coach Chris Lewis

*Tennis Junior Aces Magazine – free digital magazine developed for use on your iPad (you can also download the magazine on the iPad Newsstand app), this is a publication of the Down the Line and Beyond Foundation and was created to help competitive junior tennis players improve their tennis games and also help them develop their personal characters

TennisKidsZone – offers a completely moderated and safe kid friendly environment where parents and coaches can relax knowing tennis kids are safe while playing and connecting with other tennis kids from around the globe

* – a web-based platform for junior and adult competition ladders of all levels

*Tennis Mental Edge – written by Dr. Larry Lauer, a blog covering professional, college, and junior tennis and specifically how the mental game can be mastered to gain a competitive edge

Tennis Mind – helping players develop the mental aspect of their game

The Tennis Mom – the inspiration for my own blog!

Tennis Officials Blog – a site written by and for tennis officials

*Tennis Parent Solutions – Frank Giampaolo’s website for tennis parent education

Tennis Recruiting Network – keep up with the happenings of college recruiting

Tennis Shorts – your resource for everything relating to professional tennis brought to you by the top journalists in our sport

Tennis Warehouse Forums – an online forum dealing with all sorts of tennis issues, including what tournaments to play, new rules, finding a coach, etc.

*Tennis Without Tension – Gary Adelman’s website on using the Alexander Technique on and off the tennis court

* – Tom Allsopp’s online coaching consulting resource for players, parents, and coaches

* – Tom Allsopp’s compilation of useful tennis articles and videos along with his commentary

*Universal Tennis Ratings – a more in-depth rating system for tennis players of all ages and levels

*University Sports Program – college recruiting and showcase service

USTA – just go ahead and bookmark this one – you’ll be visiting often!

USTA Player Development Excellence Grant Girls Boys – see the criteria required for receiving funding from USTA PD

*Worthy To Win – Joey Johnson’s proven method to help junior and college players develop a winning mindset

*Yoga with Lisa Jones, ERYT – my personal yoga instructor who has some great information on yoga for our junior tennis players

Youth Sports Blog – a general children’s sports blog

*Zoo Tennis – all the info you need/want to know about what’s going on in the world of high-level competitive junior tennis

10U10s – info on on-court games, tips, and techniques for teaching the 10 and Under crowd

2 Deuces – when being a Tennis Parent gets too serious, here’s a lighter look at the situation from my “other” kids!

*Website for/by/about a ParentingAces Radio Show guest

If you have any other helpful sites you’d like me to add to the list, please use the Comments box and include the URL along with a brief description.

  • Anthony Ross
    #1 written by Anthony Ross 3 years ago

    Hi Lisa

    Just wanted to share my appreciation for adding the link to your site. Your site looks great and if you want me to do a guest article at any time I would be more than happy to. Also, if you want a pre-paid registration code to gain access to the secure sections of let me know at and I will email you instructions.


    Anthony Ross

    • parentingaces
      #2 written by parentingaces 3 years ago

      anthony, i would love to take you up on your offer! i will email you privately to get more info. thank you for your kind words – please feel free to share the blog with anyone you think might benefit.


  • Welcome to:
    #3 written by Welcome to: 3 years ago

    Added your link to my site. Hopefully, my site can provide info for some of your followers and you can add it to your Links page. I really enjoy reading your blog from the tennis parent perspective. Hope to read many more of your posts!

  • pagreen374
    #5 written by pagreen374 3 years ago

    Like to exchange Links. I have a very active tennis blog. I found your site useful and will probably refer to it more often.

    • parentingaces
      #6 written by parentingaces 3 years ago

      thank you for your comment! i added a link to your blog and would love for you to do the same.

  • Victor Rodriguez
    #7 written by Victor Rodriguez 3 years ago Not a tennis site, but feel free to add if you think it may be useful as I try to blog about youth sports in general

  • Coach Mark Feinsod
    #8 written by Coach Mark Feinsod 3 years ago

    Your website and you are a very positive impact to the tennis world. You make children “BELIEVE” Thanks

    • mark feinsod
      #9 written by mark feinsod 2 years ago

      how are you. Could you add my website and my serving autism group to your website. I am no longer in new Zealand. I am know helping Autistic children and regular players in the United States. Email me so we can catch up,

  • meredith
    #10 written by meredith 3 years ago

    Tennis social networking, gaming and tennis video site for kids ages 6-66

  • Dr. Don Ashburn
    #11 written by Dr. Don Ashburn 3 years ago

    Lisa, Have enjoyed your website. I’ve been a tennis player and tennis dad with 3 tennis kids. As a result, we recently developed line of individual player scorebooks with Editions for High School, Tournament, College players and Professionals/Coaches. Invite you to take a look at the website – the books are a great resource to improve a player’s and team’s success through point-by-point scoring and analysis. All the things I was doing as a tennis dad to help organize my kids’ competition efforts is contained in these Editions. Look forward to talking with you…

    Dr. Don Ashburn,

  • Barbie Parks
    #12 written by Barbie Parks 3 years ago

    Lisa- I can’t read the entry you wrote 9/16/12 on equipment (home page says it can’t find). Can you repost it?


    • parentingaces
      #13 written by parentingaces 3 years ago

      sorry! i accidentally hit the “publish” button when i meant to click the “preview” button! i will post the article tomorrow – still working on a couple of details!

  • Alan Chapman
    #14 written by Alan Chapman 2 years ago

    This is a really great site -packed with tennis information.If people are interested in which tennis items are available in Europe that we cannot get in the states this is a good site

  • Kim Adkins
    #15 written by Kim Adkins 1 year ago

    Check out the perfect baby gift for tennis fans. Available at

  • Petar Racic
    #16 written by Petar Racic 6 months ago

    LIsa, is a great new match video analysis website that combines in depth analysis with intuitive usability. Great for players, parents, coaches. Make sure to register for Demo Analysis to see all the functionality of the analysis. All the best, Petar

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