Daria Kopsic Visits GMT

Daria Kopsic Visits GMT

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In September, 2018, Daria Kopsic, a tennis biomechanics specialist, traveled from Argentina to Tampa, Florida, to make her annual trip to Gildemeister Tennis Academy, where she analyzed the students and helped them improve their groundstrokes.

Kopsic began her career in tennis by playing professionally, followed by coaching for 30 years. As a Junior and Professional Women’s Teams Coach for the ITF (International Tennis Federation), she coached more than 160 players. From 1992 to 1994, Kopsic was the Director of Coaching for the Argentine Tennis Association. Kopsic then started and currently runs her player development program called “Biodynamic Tennis System.”

She spent a week at GMT, where she traveled to both academy locations, analyzing the students and assisting them in improving and developing as a player.

 

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Of the students she aided, they were sent a formal documentation of everything they went over and more.

Matias Gaedechens (CHI) was one of many students helped by Kopsic.

Gaedechens (in Spanish) commented on how Kopsic improved his groundstrokes in the following audio recording.

 

Hans Gildemeister said, “Daria is a person that has been studying the biomechanics for the last 30 years, and, obviously, she will help us to improve the technique for forehand, backhand, and serve. She [Daria] has improved Jose Moreno, Matias [Gaedechens], and all the kids she has tested in the last three years’s strokes. She comes once a year, and she tests like six to eight players. I have known Daria for forty years.”

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Translated to Spanish: 

En septiembre de 2018, Daria Kopsic, especialista en biomecánica del tenis, viajó desde Argentina a Tampa, Florida, para realizar su viaje anual a la Academia de Tenis Gildemeister, donde analizó a los estudiantes y los ayudó a mejorar sus golpes de fondo.

Kopsic comenzó su carrera en el tenis jugando profesionalmente, seguido de entrenamiento durante 30 años. Como entrenadora de equipos femeninos junior y profesional para la ITF (Federación Internacional de Tenis), entrenó a más de 160 jugadores. De 1992 a 1994, Kopsic fue el Director de Entrenamiento de la Asociación Argentina de Tenis. Kopsic luego comenzó y actualmente ejecuta su programa de desarrollo para jugadores llamado “Sistema de tenis biodinámico”.

Pasó una semana en GMT, donde viajó a las dos ubicaciones de la academia, analizando a los estudiantes y ayudándolos a mejorar y desarrollarse como jugadora.

De los estudiantes que ella ayudó, se les envió una documentación formal de todo lo que revisaron y más.

Matias Gaedechens (CHI) fue uno de los muchos estudiantes ayudados por Kopsic.

Gaedechens (en español) comentó cómo Kopsic mejoró sus golpes de fondo en la siguiente grabación de audio. 

 

Hans Gildemeister dijo: “Daria es una persona que ha estado estudiando la biomecánica durante los últimos 30 años y, obviamente, nos ayudará a mejorar la técnica de derecha, revés y servicio. Ella [Daria] ha mejorado a José Moreno. Matias [Gaedechens], y todos los niños que ha probado en los últimos tres años. Ella viene una vez al año, y prueba entre seis y ocho jugadoras. Conozco a Daria desde hace cuarenta años “.

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GMT Assists Athletes in Playing Tennis in College

GMT Assists Athletes in Playing Tennis in College

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Our academy understands that most junior player’s dream is to become a professional player. At our academy, we train and prepare them like professionals. We push them to the limit and give them the best coaching and tools to achieve their goals. But, we also understand, that most players will have a better chance of succeeding at the collegiate level, and, therefore, we make sure they receive the best advice and preparation to be admitted into the right university.

GMT partners with University Sports Program (USP), one of the world’s most recognized college placement agencies. USP College Placement program assists our students through the entire collegiate enrollment process, from choosing a school, to applying, to getting accepted. USP, with a 100% guaranteed placement, has generated millions of dollars in athletic scholarships for students & athletes around the world in prestigious universities across the USA.

DSC_1149All academy students enrolled in our college placement program will be assisted by USP in the following areas:

  • Development of player presentation to coaches (profile & video)
  • Assessment on College Tennis rules and eligibility
  • Assessment on communicating with college coaches and preparing for interviews and visits
  • Screening to select the best colleges based on student’s personal, academic and athletic qualifications
  • Individual contact with each coach and negotiation of the best possible scholarship offers
  • Assistance in the planning of college visits
  • Assistance in the admissions and all testing requirements (SAT,ACT and TOEFL)
  • Assistance with the NCAA Initial Eligibility Clearinghouse application

For more information on USP visit: www.universitysports.com