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12/06/14

GPTCA Course in Belgrade Completed

The first GPTCA course in Serbia was held at Tennis Academy “Bogdan Obradovic” on Ada Ciganlija in Belgrade, on June 6-8, 2014. 24 coaches completed the course successfully and got the GPTCA C licence.

 

The course was hosted by Serbian Davis Cup Team Captain Bogdan Obradovic who was in charge of drills and exercises.

The course lecturers also included: Vuk Nikolic (ATP, WTA, ITF Silver Badge Referee), Prof Dr Sci Zdeslav Milinkovic (Official Davis Cup doctor), Prof Zoran Grbovic and Prof Bojan Milinkovic (Fitness in tennis), Bojan Vujic (former ATP player and Davis Cup Captain of B&H), Mr Katarina Pajovic (Mental Coach at Tennis Academy “Bogdan Obradovic”) and special guest Dejan Vranes (Serbian Fed Cup Team Captain).

 

GPTCA is pleased to welcome the 24 new members to the association! Congratulations!



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