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Oct 13, 2020

Welcome to Season 9, Episode 38, of the ParentingAces Podcast. This week Lisa speaks with Coach Heath Waters and his son, Heath Paul, about their travels to Europe to train with coaches who developed Grand Slam Champions.

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With junior tournaments on hold here in the US, Coach Heath Waters decided to take his 14 year old son, Heath Paul, to Europe to train and compete. This father-son duo join Lisa to talk about their experience and the lessons they brought home with them.

They started their adventure in England where Heath Paul hit and trained with ATP player Kyle Edmund. They then made their way to Spain to work with Toni Nadal, Jofre Porta, and Luis Bruguera. Heath Paul gained valuable takeaways from each coach that he has incorporated into his training back home in the Atlanta area.

Coach Heath Waters is also one of the creators of the Match!Tennis App and its Virtual Tournament Desk. He talks about the latest features of the app and what may be coming down the pipe.

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