Elite Tennis Journal’s New Editor in Chief
The GPTCA announced today that Robert Davis, the publication’s most prolific contributor who helped shape its voice, is the new editor in chief of Elite Tennis Journal. Davis, who is also an experienced ATP coach, succeeds Marcin Matysik, who moved from editor in chief to publisher of the publication.
As a writer, Robert Davis has contributed articles and feature stories to the ATP publications, Tennis Magazine USA, Tennis.com, Tennis Magazine Australia, and International Tennis Federation publications. He also is the co-author of Aisam Qureshi: Lessons Learnt On The Tennis Tour. Robert Davis has 27 years’ experience as a professional tennis coach. Robert has trained tennis players on every level of tennis from national coach and technical director for Peru, Panama, Thailand, Indonesia, Myanmar and Singapore to the ATP World Tour.
Elite Tennis Journal has been available to GPTCA members only. From the March issue, it will be available to all the tennis coaches worldwide.
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