Hi, my name is Tomaz Mencinger and I am from Slovenia, a lovely small country right in the middle of Europe. Well, at least we like to think so…
Sports with balls were always very fun to me even from the early age of 7 when I started playing table tennis.
A few years later I started training volleyball and at around the age of 14 I started playing tennis with my dad and my friends.
Although I trained volleyball for 16 years almost professionally, I always came back to tennis in the summers.
Thanks to good hand-eye coordination and other skills developed in other sports I quickly improved in tennis and eventually completed my first certificate for a tennis coach here in Slovenia at the age of 23.
That’s when I started coaching and when my coaching development started.
The power of Internet convinced me to start my first website tennismindgame.com in 2005 where I focus more on the mental and tactical part of the game.
I felt that there are enough tennis sites teaching tennis technique and that I can focus more on the psychology of tennis.
But after all these years I saw that there is a lot of information online that just keeps repeating itself and that there’s ton of talk about technique and mechanics and not enough talk about feel, timing, rhythm and ball judgment – which I believe are the key skills if one wants to play tennis well.
So FeelTennis.net was born.
Here’s where I’ll share my insights into tennis technique – especially the areas that are not so obvious and yet very important for playing well.
I hope we can discover more tennis secrets together and find a faster and a less confusing way to play tennis effortlessly and with more joy on the court.
I am open to all comments and suggestions so please share your thoughts on the articles posted on the site or reach me through the contact form.
You can also connect with me on Google Plus: +Tomaz Mencinger
Enjoy your game!