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Tennis Coaches Conference

Experience the rare opportunity to take part in this year’s Tennis Coaches Conference, with the likes of 2015 speaker – Ann Quinn, an inspirational speaker and peak performance specialist. Other world-class speakers and industry experts lining up will be finalised as the event draws closer.

Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017

Registration starts on 1st August 2017

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Monday, 23 October 2017

8.30 AM - 6 PM

Conrad Centennial Hotel

Package Details:

  • Normal Registration - S$150

Package Includes:

  • Full Day Conference
  • Conference Programme
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • Lunch and Refreshments

Judy Murray OBE

WTA Finals Community Ambassador

Judy Murray OBE


Judy Murray OBE is a former Scottish international tennis player with 64 national titles to her name. She became Scottish National Coach in 1995, the same year that she became the first woman to pass the Lawn Tennis Association’s Performance Coach Award. She initiated the Scottish Development School programme which ultimately produced four Davis Cup players and one Fed Cup player, including her Grand-Slam-winning sons, Jamie and Andy. In 2011 Judy was appointed Captain of the British Fed Cup Team and used this role to grow the profile and numbers in women’s tennis across players and coaches. Judy has developed several tennis initiatives including Miss-Hits, a starter programme for girls age 5 to 8, Tennis on the Road, which takes tennis into remote and deprived parts of Scotland, and, most recently, She Rallies, a programme with the LTA, to encourage more women and girls into tennis across the UK.

Lindsay Davenport

WTA Finals Legend Ambassador

Lindsay Davenport


Lindsay Davenport was born in Palos Verdes, California in the United States of America. She turned professional in February 1993 and embarked on a successful career. She was one of only six players to be ranked No.1 in both singles (October 12, 1998) and doubles (October 20, 1997) simultaneously, and spent a total of 98 weeks at No.1 for singles.

Davenport is one of seven women in the Open Era to have won three of the four majors in singles, missing out only on the French Open, where her best result was reaching the semi-final in 1998. She then went on to win the US Open in the same year, Wimbledon in 1999 and the Australian Open in 2000. Davenport also has one of the best records at the WTA Finals, qualifying for the tournament four times, winning three consecutive doubles titles from 1996-1998, and winning the singles title in 1999 (d. Martina Hingis).

In her doubles career, Davenport won three Grand Slam titles; Roland Garros in 1996 (w/MJ Fernandez), the US Open in 1997 (w/Jana Novotna) and Wimbledon in 1999 (w/Corina Morariu).

She was a member of the US Fed Cup team and has played the most number of years (11) in the team’s history, from 1993-2000, 2002 and 2008, taking the title three times with the team in 1996, 1999, and 2000.

Davenport took a break from late 2006 to early 2007 to have a baby, but returned to compete three months after the birth of her first child to win singles titles in Bali and Québec City, earning her the 2007 WTA Comeback Player of the Year award. Davenport is now a mother of four and was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2014.

Davenport began coaching fellow American Madison Keys in 2015, leading her to a breakout season where Keys reached her first Grand Slam singles semi-final at the Australian Open, with notable wins over Petra Kvitova and Venus Williams. Keys made her Top 20 debut at No.18 by the end of 2015. After a one-year split, Davenport returned as Key’s coach in 2017, guiding the 22-year-old to her first WTA hard court title at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford. Keys beat newly-crowned Wimbledon champion, Garbiñe Muguruza, en route to the final where she won in straight sets against compatriot CoCo Vandeweghe.

In 2017, Davenport was announced as the latest WTA Finals Legend Ambassador and will join fellow WTA Legends such as Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert and Kim Clijsters at the BNP Paribas WTA Finals Singapore presented by SC Global in October.

Kathleen Stroia

Senior Vice President of Sport Sciences and Medicine and Transitions, WTA

Kathleen Stroia


A native of Merrillville, Indiana, Stroia earned a B.A. in Sport Sciences with an emphasis in Athletic Training from Purdue University, a M.S. degree in Athletic Training from West Virginia University and a B.S. degree in Physical Therapy from Chicago Medical School. In her position as Senior Vice President, Stroia is ultimately responsible for the supervision and direction of both the Sport Sciences & Medicine and Transitions departments and staff (including departmental development, budgets, marketing efforts, setting policy and procedures). As such, she has been responsible for coordinating all health and medical services for the WTA to present, and the International Tennis Federation Women's Circuit from 1995 through 2003. In her time with the WTA, Stroia has developed and expanded the Sport Sciences & Medicine department's individual programs for the WTA, setting standards for tournament physicians, identifying and participating in research projects for tennis, injury prevention, women's health issues and new high performance/sports medicine products. She has also been responsible for the development and implementation of the initiatives of the Age Eligibility Rule and Player Development programs, since its inception in 1994. This department is in place to enhance the career performance, safety, fulfillment and longevity of professional women tennis players and is recognized as the leader of such programs in the professional sporting world. Stroia is the architect for Transitions, a program that has been introduced to the professional tennis world. Transitions launched in 2010 to provide sophisticated education, training and career guidance to maximize opportunities for athletes during their tennis career and after.

Kathy Martin

Senior Director of Athlete Assistance, WTA

Kathy Martin


Kathy Martin is Senior Director Athlete Assistance for the WTA, and the Player Welfare Officer for the ITF. She is a mental health counselor and sports physiotherapist with 30 years of experience in elite sports and expertise in the health and well-being needs of adolescent and young adult athletes. She holds a Master's degree in Counseling, a Graduate Diploma in Adolescent Health and Welfare, a Bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy, and is a titled A.P.A. Sports Physiotherapist. She has previously worked with the Australian Ballet Company, the Australian Olympic Team and Tennis Australia. Her roles with the WTA have included: Primary Health Care Provider and Manager, Player Development. She is currently the WTA's Senior Director Athlete Assistance and the Player Welfare Officer for the International Tennis Federation (ITF). Kathy provides assistance and resources for WTA players in the areas of emotional health and safety. Athlete Assistance helps players learn useful skills to improve their on-court performance such as: stress management; solve problems; balance training, stress and recovery; communication skills; develop healthy relationships; manage time and goal setting. She also develops policy and implements strategies, including education programs and background checks, which aim to enhance player safety and well-being.


Topic by both Kathleen and Kathy: Professional Development of the WTA Players - 20 years on - What are the differences today?

Professional tennis is an international, high stake, high profile sport with both increasing rewards and demands on players. To provide the best environment for health and success, the WTA have been proactive for over 20 years in supporting players to more fully achieve their physical and professional potential. This presentation will outline the findings from their extensive research and reviews and showcase the many changes, the different stressors, and programs that have made a big difference to the success of players on and off the court.

Michael Baroch

Founder of Melbourne International Tennis School (MITS), Director of Coaching

Michael Baroch


The founder of the Melbourne International Tennis School and director of coaching, Michael began his tennis journey under the tuition of one of the world’s greatest coaches, Tony Roche. Michael then became Tony’s understudy as he learnt all his coaching philosophies and life skills from his mentor. A very handy ATP player himself, Michael began his coaching journey as a hitting partner for several of the world’s best tennis players including Ivan Lendl, Stefan Edberg, Boris Becker to name a few. He then gained valuable experience on the road as a player and hitting partner and landed his first big coaching gig with former top 10 player Mark Philippoussis which then led him coaching former world number 1 Maria Sharapova. Michael has since moved on to work with both the Vietnamese and Chinese Davis cup teams as well as being named Victorian and Australian Coach of the year in 2001. Michael now heads the company which has a base in Melbourne and Singapore and mentors his staff of over 10 coaches of which have all developed under the MITS philosophy.

Sharin Jamal

Senior Coach, ActiveSG Tennis Academy

Sharin Jamal


Sharin Jamal enjoyed a fruitful junior tennis career before making the transition to being a full time coach for the last 27 years. He currently runs his own tennis company and is a Senior Coach with the ActiveSG Tennis Academy. He has had the honour of being Captain of the Davis Cup Team and was recently the Head Coach of the Men’s National Team for South East Asian (SEA) Games. He is deeply passionate about developing and helping tennis grow here in Singapore.

Tan Xu Teng

Founder and Head Coach of TAG International Tennis Academy

Tan Xu Teng


Tan Xu Teng, or Coach XT is he is more well affectionally known as in Singapore, is currently ranked 59th on the International Tennis Federation (ITF) Men's 35 and over Seniors World Tour and has represented Singapore to a Men's Singles Bronze Medal at the All South-east Asian Nations (ASEAN) Uni Games. As a professional tennis coach, XT has been a high-performance tennis coach for 18 years and is currently the Founder and Head Coach of TAG International Tennis Academy, Singapore's leading tennis academy where most of Singapore's top Juniors train at. In 2017, he has been appointed as one of 3 senior coaches of the newly launched ActiveSG Tennis Academy by SPORT Singapore. Coach XT is a certified a PTR(Professional) Coach, an AATC Level 2 Coach, an Active SG Tennis Academy certified Coach, and a certified Mental Toughness Coach by the Mental Toughness Research Institute of the USA. TAG International Tennis Academy manages the tennis programs for a number of country clubs in Singapore, as well as their own and indoor tennis facility, Winchester Tennis Arena.


Topic: Conversations – What Really Matters

In this conversational format session, three coaches will share their extensive experiences in different settings: academies, countries and coaching across all levels. Following a brief introduction from each coach, this session will then be open up to conversations with the coaches themselves, sharing their experiences with the audience in a question and answer format.

Dr Teoh Chin Sim

Director and Senior Consultant, Khoo Teck Puat Hospital Sports Medicine Centre

Dr Teoh Chin Sim


Dr Teoh Chin Sim obtained her Masters in Sports Medicine (Honours) from USA in 1994, becoming Singapore’s first female sports physician. Dr Teoh is presently Senior Consultant and Director of the Sports Medicine Centre in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. A qualified acupuncturist, she has a keen interest in the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain, and sports nutrition supplementation.

Over the past 2 decades, Dr Teoh has been attending team physician to Singapore’s elite athletes at the ASEAN Schools, ASEAN Para, South East Asian, Asian, Commonwealth, Youth Olympic and Paralympic Games, her most recent being Chief Medical Officer to the 840-strong contingent for SEA Games 2017. In this capacity, she works closely with coaches, managers, sports administrators and sports scientists to deliver the best possible medical care to the team.

Dr Teoh is currently the Chairman of the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) Committee of Anti-Doping Singapore, a member of Medical Commission of the Singapore National Olympic Council, and Past President of the Sports Medicine Association (Singapore).

In the international arena, Dr Teoh contributes significantly as a member of the Anti-Doping Committee of the International Paralympic Committee and TUE Expert Group of the World Anti-Doping Agency, working behind the scenes at Rio 2016, and next year at the Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics.

Aside from her medical profession, Dr Teoh is a certified facilitator of Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People personal leadership development solution. She volunteers in a sports playgroup for special children that she founded in 2016, providing an avenue where families can play together.


Topic by Dr Teoh Chin Sim: Pearls in Tennis Medicine

Synopsis: The journey of a tennis player to success may sometimes be fraught with injuries, illnesses, fatigue, loss of concentration, etc. Attention to detail in every aspect counts towards optimizing his or her performance. How can we prevent and reduce occurrence of injuries, support recovery and return to tennis? What can we eat and drink to optimize performance? Dr Teoh will share tips and pearls on what the coach can do to better help and support players for training and competition, taking the long-term view.

Dr Ann Quinn

Peak Performance Specialist

Ann Quinn


From Grand Slams to Gold Medals and World Champions, Dr Ann Quinn has a long track record of creating winners. Her clients include Pat Cash (whom she trained to his Wimbledon crown), Pat Rafter, Australian Cricket Team members, an Aussie Rules National Team, World Boxing and Kickboxing Champions and multiple Paralympic Gold Medallists. She has a diverse background in Sports Science with degrees in Psychology, Exercise Physiology, Biomechanics, Nutrition and Human Movement. However, it is tennis that has always been her passion. From Health and Fitness Director of the famous Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Florida, to more than ten years on the Tour training professional players, she then became the National Director of Coach Education at Tennis Australia before moving to London to take up the position of Head of Sports Science and Innovation at the LTA.

In addition to inspiring athletes to achieve their greatness, and consulting the WTA (Women's Tennis Association&#41 and ITF (International Tennis Federation), Ann is also the CEO of Quintessential Edge based in Melbourne, Australia where she coaches aspiring high achievers to conquer their stress, build a winning mindset and be energised to Be Extraordinary.

She was a member of the ITF Coaches Commission and the Sports Medicine and Sports Science Commission for many years and has been a member of the WTA Tour Professional Development Panel since 2000. She has co-authored and edited several coaching publications including the ITF Strength and Conditioning and Sports Psychology Books and her own book , “How to be an Extraordinary Athlete, Secrets to Sporting Success” is internationally acclaimed.

She is also a highly respected professional speaker and has travelled the world lecturing on 6 continents and in more than 30 countries. She has been honoured with many awards including the ITF Award for services to the game in coaching, the Australian Sports Medal, the Professional Tennis Registry Plagenhoef Sport Science Award, and the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year for Australasia.


Topic by Dr Quinn: The Little Differences that Make the Big Difference.

In sport and in life there are so many little things we can do to make a big difference to our success. In this presentation, Dr Quinn combines her practical experience with a wealth of scientific research to showcase what you can do to help your players on and off the court to raise their game and be Extraordinary.

Day 1 Time Speakers
08:30 - 09:00 Registration
09:00 - 09:15 Welcome Introduction
Sarah Clements
09:15 - 10:15 Professional Development of the WTA Players - 20 years on - What are the differences today?
Kathleen Stroia, Kathy Martin
10:15 - 10:45 Morning Tea Break
10:45 - 12:15 Judy Murray
12:15 - 13:00 Conversations - What Really Matters
Michael Baroch, Sharin Jamal, Tan Xu Teng
13:00 - 14:15 Lunch Break
14:15 - 15:30 The Little Differences That Makes the BIG Difference
Ann Quinn
15:30 - 16:15 Pearls in Tennis Medicine
Dr Teoh Chin Sim
16:15 - 16:45 Afternoon Tea Break
16:45 - 17:45 Lindsay Davenport
  • Darren Cahill
    ESPN men’s analyst & coach of WTA player, Simona Halep
  • Arantxa Sanchez Vicario
    Tennis Legend
  • Antoni Girod
    Managing Partner of Halifax Consulting, Asia and Pacific
    Founder of Tennis Mental Academy
  • Kathleen Stroia
    Senior Vice President of Sport Sciences and Medicine and Transitions, WTA
  • Kathy Martin
    Senior Director of Athlete Assistance, WTA
  • Carole Doherty
    Vice President of Sport Sciences and Medicine, WTA
  • Troy Engle
    Director of Coach Development, SSI
  • Elvin Chee
    Director of Tanglin Academy
  • Carlos Kirmayr
    Former Coach of Sanchez Vicario
  • Carla Suarez Navarro
    WTA Finals 2015 Doubles Player
  • Ann Quinn
    CEO, Quintessential Edge
  • Wim Fissette
    Former Coach of Simona Halep
  • Sven Groeneveld
    Coach of Maria Sharapova
  • Patrick Mouratoglou
    Coach of Serena Williams
  • Marcus Lee
    Singapore Sports Institute
  • Martina Navratilova
    WTA Finals Legend Ambassador
  • Marion Bartoli
    WTA Finals Legend Ambassador
  • Kathy Martin
    Senior Director of Athlete Assistance, WTA
  • Kathleen Stroia
    Senior Vice President, WTA


Who can attend this conference? Qualifications?

The conference is targeted to tennis coaches and sport coaches in general. However anybody with an interest in the themes presented is welcome to register for the event.

Why are some speakers not confirmed yet?

Because some of the speakers are dependent on the players they work with and if they qualify for the Finals. Players will begin to book their spots for the Finals closer to the event.
Organizers will update the speakers page once a new speaker is confirmed - So please check back!

What is the dress code?

There is no specific dress code for the conference. However, as the event is held in an air-conditioned room, we recommend participants to bring along a jacket.


How do I receive my admission ticket to the event?

After payment, you will receive a transaction ID from Paypal via email. This email will act as your admission ticket to the conference. Present this transaction ID at the event venue for admission.

Will I be able to register on site?

Unfortunately, you will not be able to register on the spot. The registration will close on 16 October, so please register before that!

What payment modes do you accept?

We accept payment via MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, and Paypal.

How do I collect my match tickets?

You will receive physical tickets to WTA finals on the day of the conference.

Event Day

What time do I need to be at the venue?

Registration for the conference starts from 8:30am, and will begin proper at 9:00am. Please be seated by 8:50am so that the conference will run smoothly.

Are the seats assigned?

No, seating arrangement for the conference is on a first come first serve basis. Please come early so that you can have the best view of the speakers!

Do I need to bring my lunch?

No! Lunch and tea breaks are included in the package!




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      1. the use of any such Recording, Data or Image (“Footage”) or any part of it for profit, commercial gain, public advertisement, display or for any other purpose except for the private enjoyment of the person making/recording the Footage, without the prior written consent of LSA is strictly forbidden and will constitute a breach of these T&Cs for which you may be liable; and
      2. if a person makes or reproduces or uses such footage or any part of with or without the consent of LSA, that person shall on request by LSA, assign in writing, all copyright and all intellectual property in the Footage to LSA, WTA or any other assignees of LSA.
    3. LSA shall have the right to allow any authorised photographers and/or videographers into the Host Venue for photography and/or video recordings for any present or future advertising, marketing or promotional purposes without your prior permission. As an attendee at the Conference, a spectator at the Event and as an attendee at the Host Venue, you may be photographed, filmed or sound recorded and LSA shall have the right to, and may permit WTA, STB, SSC, the Official Sponsor(s) and the Host Venue to, utilize your name, likeness, image, voice, writings and/or other identification in any manner, in and on any media, in perpetuity and without payment or approval, including (for example) in any and all still pictures of/from the Conference or the Event, live or recorded television, radio, wireless, or internal transmissions of the Conference or the Event and in general promotion of the Conference, the Event, LSA, WTA, STB, SSC, the Official Sponsor(s) and/or the Host Venue.
    1. All clause headings are included in these T&Cs for convenience and are not to be construed as affecting the interpretation of these T&Cs in any way.
    2. No failure or delay by any party in exercising any right, power or privilege under these T&Cs shall operate as a waiver thereof nor shall any single or partial exercise thereof preclude any subsequent exercise in law, in equity or otherwise.
    3. If any provision of these T&Cs is held to be void, invalid, illegal, or unenforceable under any law or regulation, such void, invalid, illegal, or unenforceable provision shall be (a) revised to the minimum extent necessary (while still reflecting the original intent of these T&Cs as closely as possible) in order to make it valid, legal, and enforceable, or (b) deemed stricken if such revision is impracticable or impossible; and in either event all remaining provisions shall continue to be valid and binding upon the parties.
    4. Nothing contained herein shall be interpreted as constituting a partnership or joint venture between LSA and you and neither LSA nor you shall have authority to bind the other in any manner whatsoever unless otherwise expressly provided herein.
    5. You hereby agree that terms of these T&Cs are also for the benefit of WTA, STB, SSC, the Official Sponsor(s) and the Host Venue, which are deemed third party beneficiaries (the “Third Party Beneficiaries”), with all rights, benefits and remedies provided for hereunder. You further agree and acknowledge that any of the Third Party Beneficiaries may seek to enforce against, or benefit from, you pursuant to the provisions of these T&Cs. Save as expressly provided herein, nothing in these T&Cs shall confer on any other third party the right to enforce or benefit from any provisions of these T&Cs.
    6. No amendment or variation of these T&Cs is valid or binding unless made or confirmed by LSA in writing.
    7. These T&Cs shall be read and construed in accordance with the laws of the Republic of Singapore to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of whose courts the parties submit.
    1. This Clause shall only be applicable if you are providing your personal details and information (your “personal data”) solely for your own personal capacity as an individual and not your “business contact information”. Pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (No. 26 of 2012) (the “PDPA”), your “business contact information” means, your name, position name or title, business telephone number, business address, business email address or business fax number and any other similar information about you, not provided by you solely for your personal purposes.
    2. In general, LSA collects and uses your personal data to facilitate our provision of the Conference Package(s) purchased by you pursuant to these T&Cs. LSA will collect, use and retain your personal data in your file, and such other information that it may obtain by LSA from time to time and disclosed by you, for as long as the purpose for which your personal data is collected continues or where otherwise necessary for legal purposes or the purposes of LSA’s normal business operations. Such purposes may include but are not limited to: customising and optimising your experience at the Conference and the Event; auditing and accounting purposes; collecting fees owed to us; measuring clients’/sponsors’ interest and satisfaction at the Conference and the Event and/or in LSA’s products and services; resolving disputes; communicating with you and informing you about promotional and marketing information; detecting and protecting LSA against error, fraud and other criminal activity; and such other purposes as may be notified to you before or at the time of collection or use or disclosure of the information.
    3. LSA may also compare and review your personal information for errors, omissions and/or accuracy.
    4. Under some circumstances, LSA may require certain financial information from you. LSA will use your financial information (including credit card information) only to verify the accuracy of your name, address, and other information, to detect any fraud or other criminal activity, and to bill you for the Conference Package(s) purchased by you pursuant to these T&Cs.
    5. LSA recognises the importance of your personal data and LSA has put in place reasonable security arrangements to protect your personal data, in such manner and to such extent as LSA deems reasonably appropriate to prevent unauthorised access, collection, use, disclosure, copying, modification, disposal or similar risks.
    6. As a matter of policy, your personal data will not be shared or disclosed to third parties (whether for their promotional and/or marketing purposes or otherwise) without your consent. However, LSA hereby reserves the right to disclose your personal data to our third-party service providers (including but not limited to any credit, debit and charge card companies, banks and other entities processing payment instructions, lawyers, auditors, and any other agents or subcontractors acting on behalf of LSA), government or regulatory authorities, to the extent required in the normal course and scope of LSA’s business in the provision of its services to you pursuant to with these T&Cs and where required or permitted by applicable law, statute or by-law, regulatory or governmental order or court order.
    7. If you wish to access, update or otherwise change or remove any personal data that you provide to LSA, please contact LSA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or +65 6826 2688 for assistance. You acknowledge and agree that LSA’s grant of access to your personal data and any update, change or removal of your personal data kept with LSA will be in a manner consistent with the PDPA.
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