Master of Tennis
Junior Development, Performance or Adult Development Qualification
PTR Master of Tennis programs are designed to develop the knowledge and expertise of coaches to the highest and most comprehensive level, in
all aspects of coaching. To attend a Master of Tennis program, the coach must already hold the respective PTR Certification and meet the
necessary requirements to be accepted. Each program consists of 18 separate, but linked, courses.
PTR Master of
Tennis – has received accreditation from NCACE – the National Council on Accreditation of Coaching Education (a division of SHAPE).
It is a mixture of online learning and home study (using the PTR/LMS website), together with four (4) day face to face modules of tutor
led lecture room and on-court work with players. A maximum of 16 coaches will be accepted for each MOT program which must be completed
within two years.
Assessment is continuous throughout the program and is based on on-court coaching, classroom work, worksheets, video analysis and project
completion. The coach must be successful in each of the 18 courses to achieve the Master of Tennis qualification.
Master of Tennis graduates receive their choice of a special Wall Plaque or a Court Banner
signifying their achievement. Tomas Cater of Alabama, pictured here.