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Bob Brett

Lawn Tennis Association's Director of Player Development

Britain

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Employment History

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Performance Director

Land Trust Alliance


Canadas High Performance Consultant

Tennis Manitoba


Consultant

Bob Brett Tennis Centre


Corporate Director

LG Training Associates


Affiliations

ATP Tour Inc

Council Board of Directors


Tennis Canada

Sport Science Committee Member


Web References(200 Total References)


www.tennisnews.com

Bob Brett celebrated his 61st birthday yesterday but the highly experienced Australian is proving he's not too old to begin a new challenge and after being appointed Britain's Lawn Tennis Association's Director of Player Development two months ago, he's rapidly come to the conclusion the way forward is to afford his new adopted nation's players less charity.
Going forward in Britain, Brett believes in a firmer rationing of wildcards for Wimbledon an other events in the lead up to the Championships. Plus he feels it's time to pay more attention to the nation's tennis coaches.


www.tennisresumes.com

Bob Brett celebrated his 61st birthday yesterday but the highly experienced Australian is proving he's not too old to begin a new challenge and after being appointed Britain's Lawn Tennis Association's Director of Player Development two months ago, he's rapidly come to the conclusion the way forward is to afford his new adopted nation's players less charity.
Going forward in Britain, Brett believes in a firmer rationing of wildcards for Wimbledon an other events in the lead up to the Championships. Plus he feels it's time to pay more attention to the nation's tennis coaches.


www.lta.org.uk

Bob Brett, Director of Player Development
Bob is a world class coach and his experience and expertise is a welcome addition to GB HP tennis development. Bob will focus on helping to develop GB best coaches and players.


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Bob Brett resigns as director of player development at Lawn Tennis Association
July 28th, 2015 Bob Brett's short tenure as the Lawn Tennis Association director of player development is over. Read the rest of this entry >


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Bob Brett resigns as director of player development at Lawn Tennis Association
Tuesday, July 28th, 2015 Bob Brett's short tenure as the Lawn Tennis Association director of player development is over. (more...)


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