A number of the world’s leading coaches, players and sports scientists, including Toni Nadal, Gilles Cervara, Magnus Norman and Tommy Haas will meet for the third World Tennis Conference, to be held virtually from 30 March – 2 April.

Organised by the Global Professional Tennis Coaches Association (GPTCA) and the Segal Institute, WTC3 will feature 68 speakers from 28 countries, including ATP World No. 1 players, Grand Slam champions and tennis legends. The event’s third edition continues its effort to connect the world’s top high-performance tennis coaches and sports scientists with other coaches and people around the world.

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The four-day programme is thoughtfully designed to raise the level of understanding surrounding player development, while helping ambitious tennis coaches develop. The conference is dedicated to education, training and assisting professional tennis coaches globally — whether they work in a local club or are travelling on the ATP and WTA Tours.

A star-studded line up will see Pat Cash, Frederic Fontang, Brad Gilbert, Wolfgang Thiem, Liam Smith, Craig O’Shannessy, Jordi Vilaro and Neal Skupski give speeches during the event.

Each attendee will be able to participate in a Q&A webinar with some of the main speakers in ‘Meet The Speaker Room’ and will receive a WTC3 WorkBook with Top 10 recommendations of each presentation.

New to 2023 is the NextGen Tennis Coaches programme, promoting 12 young coaches, aged 30 or under who will receive free registration to WTC3.

Officially certified by the ATP Tour, the event is organised by the Global Professional Tennis Coaches Association (GPTCA) and the Segal Institute (SI), and will be powered by the educational platform CoachTube.