Founder of Modern Tennis Methodology
From 1997 through 1999 ESPN International promoted Oscar’s 40 revolutionary “Play Like The Pros” tips in English and Spanish for 28 months to their entire overseas network of over 150 countries at the tune of over 10 billion impressions, leading to more successes around the world. Furthermore, Oscar’s far-reaching technical commentary on ESPN Latin America for six years charted a new course for tennis in that continent.
Continuing into the 21st Century his effort to spread his message to coaches and players around the globe, Oscar has produced the “Tennis Into The Future” series of instructional DVDs, which reflect not only the best techniques of today’s top professionals, but suggests also the direction that tennis instruction should advance towards in the coming decades.
Oscar played on the international tennis circuit from 1963-67, competing with tennis legends such as Emerson, Stolle, Roche, Newcombe, Drysdale and Mulligan, to name a few. He also practiced with a resurgent Pancho Gonzales for one year and worked under former world champion Pancho Segura at the Beverly Hills Tennis Club in the late 1960’s. His interest in tennis from an early age in his native Argentina together with a background in engineering and his keen observation while competing among the greatest names in tennis prepared him to formulate a method of teaching tennis that had never before been utilized. Revolutionary when it first appeared on the international tennis scene, it remains to this day an evolutionary method, making tennis easy to coach at every level of the game.
Modern Tennis Methodology - Revolutionary: Tennis Into The Future20,00 $
Tennis Into The Future is the most advanced tennis coaching ever made. The course features over 5 hours of tennis techniques and concepts that have influenced the greatest players in tennis today.
This is Oscar's prediction on how techniques are evolving into the future.
Tennis Into The Future Vol. 1 – Modern Basics (Tennis Into The Future Series) 45 minutes
First in a new series of DVDs, The Basics sheds new light on the fundamentals of MTM™ (Modern Tennis Methodology) and addresses the issues that have kept players and coaches in the dark until now. This DVD is a great 21st century introduction for those new to MTM as well as a timely review for existing followers of Oscar’s method.
Tennis Into The Future Vol. 2 – Modern Footwork (Tennis Into The Future Series) 100 minutes
Full of surprises, probing questions and amusing moments as well as clips demonstrating the principles discussed, Modern Footwork will entertain and enlighten viewers. A fascinating interview on biomechanics with a leading chiropractic sports specialist is also included.
Tennis Into The Future Vol. 3 - Coaching Modern Strokes (Tennis Into The Future Series) 90 minutes
Revolutionary! Ahead of the industry! 29 segments full of astonishing data which will deeply affect tennis coaching. Taking players to a new level with the application of astoundingly simple techniques that you only see employed in full by the top players in the game. It took them years to find this by practice and trial and error. With this knowledge, it will take you just hours.
Tennis Into The Future Vol. 4 - Modern Serves and Volleys (Tennis Into The Future Series) 90 minutes
Completes the set by revealing Oscar's secrets on 2 of the most critical yet misunderstood components of the game, the serve and the volley. A complete, thorough description that will take your serve and your volleys to a whole new level of power, accuracy and ease. Includes drills.20,00 $
MTM Volume II: Intermediate Tennis10,00 $
The 4th in Oscar Wegner's Classic "Modern Tennis" Coaching Series DVDs that changed the world of tennis. These are the videos used by the Williams sisters, and are now available in Britain for the first time. Oscar Wegner has been designated the "father of modern tennis", and his coaching system has been adopted in Spain, Russia and South america. The latest in this incredible series from Oscar Wegner offering 35 quick lessons on the modern game. These include: ground strokes - should you stay down, the height of the ball, the sliced backhand, advice on timing, follow through and grip tightness; serve techniques - second serve toss, timing, bending the legs; volley techniques - which muscles to use, backhand muscles, timing, footwork, where to hit the ball; and finishing with some additional quick tips on overhead shots, low volley shots and drop shots. This is modern tennis at its best - simple, efficient and totally natural. If the top pros do it, so can you! About Ultimate Professional Coaching Techniques:
Here at last is the Ultimate Modern Tennis coaching guide for tennis coaches and experienced players everywhere. These concise and clearly illustrated lessons will reveal the secrets of how to teach advanced Modern Tennis techniques and play like the pros. Once again world renowned tennis coach Oscar Wegner teams up with Modern Tennis exponent Randy Ardenfriend to demonstrate what top players like Roger Federer actually do to make their game so fluid and simple. Oscar's starting point is an explanation of the difference between conventional teaching and his Modern Tennis coaching techniques: above all he emphasizes how not focusing on the feet helps hand-eye coordination and encourages natural movement. He goes on to analyze advanced teaching concepts for each stroke, including a special section on the serve which will clarify how the modern serve is hit with natural power, using mainly the triceps and avoiding shoulder stress.10,00 $
MTM Volume I: The Revolutionary Classic Series10,00 $
Enjoy this throwback series of all Oscar Wegner's revolutionary DVDs from the early 90s, but still a revolutionary method today – Over 4 hours of content! This course is a compilation of Oscar’s TV shows, the same series Richard Williams used to coach Venus and Serena to top players on the WTA tour.
This course includes:
Tennis 101/Play Like The Pros
The perfect introduction to Oscar’s Modern Tennis Methodology (MTM™), Tennis 101 takes you step by step through the essentials in an easy-to-follow progression of the fundamentals. Not for beginners only!
Master Strokes Vol.1 & Vol. 2
Divided into 2 sections, Master Strokes takes you through all the shots one by one, reviews the best forehands and backhands of all time, and offers important tips on grips, topspin, footwork and more.
The 10 Amazing Secrets
In this DVD Oscar points out the underlying causes associated with poor stroke execution and offers 10 secret solutions to help you avoid or correct these pitfalls.10,00 $
Oscar Wegner`s ESPN International TipsFree
Wegner's instructional tips were broadcast by ESPN International for 2 years and four months from five to 20 times a day in more than 150 countries around the world in English and Spanish, including airings during two Super Bowl football games, NBA Finals with Michael Jordan, Stanley Cup Finals, US Open Golf and all tennis broadcasts, generating more than 10 billions impressions on televisions worldwide. except the USA, where they were never broadcast.
Tennis has been thought to be, prior to that, a difficult sport to learn. The main reason for this difficulty has been the complicated teaching style, aggravated by the idea that you have to move and position yourself in very peculiar, unnatural ways.
Only now, with the advent of Oscar's Modern Tennis Methodology and very responsive racquets and strings, both producing higher ball speeds and spins, it is becoming increasingly known that it is imperative to act as natural and efficiently as possible.
Once you master the natural fundamentals of modern tennis this beautiful sport becomes easier and simpler.
The complications go overboard and you are left with the simplicity and realities of a new state, in which you have more time than you ever had. It now is increasingly easier to play the game.Free
Free New Book - Revolutionary Modern Tennis Methodology !!!Free
Tennis is easy to learn, to play, to teach and to enjoy. The shocking truth is that tennis has been made difficult. So ingrained is the false data accepted as truth for more than a century that it has affected, to this day, coaches, players, commentators, sports writers, even pros.
Something fateful happened to tennis in the birth of the 1900s. The Doherty brothers, one of them a former Wimbledon champion, published a book in 1903 in which they described tennis the way they played, a game of circular motions well adapted to the body, natural moves and positions, hitting across the ball, and a game of feel. In 1904 P. A. Vaile, an attorney, wrote a “classic” book called Modern Lawn Tennis in which he described tennis as linear, similar to cricket, where the body is sideways and the stroking effort is forward, practically ridiculing what the Doherty brothers had published. This 1904 so-called “Modern Tennis” book became the worldwide mantra for learning tennis for the more than 100 years that followed. In America, for a century, tennis has been taught as similar to baseball, again sideways and with a forward effort when hitting the ball.
Even some of the greatest players of all time fell for these misconceptions and wrote book after book that did not reflect the way they played themselves. And this saga continues, perhaps somewhat modified, through present time.
What changed in the 1990’s in Europe, Asia and South America, shown by a plethora of new stars thereof? Simply, Oscar Wegner's 1989 and 1992 books, widely accepted in those continents, and Oscar's 1997, 1998, 1999 ESPN International tips across more than 150 countries, with billions of impressions, shattered those misconceptions and created a new generation of coaches and youth who rose to their personal best. What happened in the USA? Tennis Magazine derided Oscar's 1989 book. Their editorial staff called it simplistic, ineffective and unrealistic, forewarning their readers without even trying the techniques. The coaches association's educational staff shunned it as well, ridiculing it, misleading their 30,000 plus members and the public those coaches served. Why? Their educational resources and know-how would have been shown to be faulty and their reputation compromised.
This long-time misrepresentation in the USA has had a negative impact on both the business of tennis as well as competitive performance toward national excellence. It perpetuated an atmosphere of strain on coaches and their players, imposing excessive effort and force in both teaching and playing techniques, including pain and injury to elbows, shoulders, lower backs and knees. The opposite, naturality and simplicity, was shunned.
This book will help coaches and players realize that tennis is easy and will serve the public seeking guidance in being introduced to a wonderful sport by helping them improve to good levels of personal competence with minimum stress.
Play REAL Modern Tennis. Try these lessons and you’ll be the judge.Free
The Best of Oscar MTM10,00 $
Revolutionary! Ahead of the industry! Astonishing data covering all strokes that is deeply affecting tennis coaching worldwide and will improve the way you play.
Takes players to a new level with the application of astoundingly simple techniques that you only see employed in full by the top players in the game.
It takes years to find this by practice and trial and error. With this knowledge, it will take you just hours.
This tennis coaching coarse consists of a two hour compilation of the best of Oscar Wegner's video instruction. Makes tennis easy and helps find the thread that weaves together a complete game.
Arranged in a stroke-by-stroke sequence, this course makes it very simple to improve each aspect of the game individually. Bit by bit, the player discovers new heights of confidence, ease, control, feel, and power when wanted. Promotes natural moves for strokes, just like the top pros, court coverage and recovery. It allows a full understanding of what the top pros do, including how to handle fast balls to turn them around with accuracy and effectiveness, minimizing errors.
"THE BEST OF OSCAR" shatters the barriers and misconceptions that have kept any player from playing his personal best, making improving your tennis game not only possible but easy.10,00 $
Modern Tennis Methodology (MTM) for BeginnersFreeModern Tennis Methodology (MTM) is a teaching system that makes one aware of the most efficient and most natural mechanics in the game at both the physical and physiological levels, in conjunction with one’s feel and instinct, and how to explore them to bring about one’s own idiosyncratic, perfect game.
Oscar Wegner uses this methodology to makes tennis easy to learn. Here are some tips and samples of some very modern and effective techniques for all levels of players.Free
53 Drills for Better TennisFree
World renowned tennis coach Oscar Wegner, together with USPTA teaching pro John Frausto, bring you a breakthrough 53 drills course that will help you get all the conventional coaching misconceptions out of the way and learn exactly what Modern Tennis is all about. You'll find great, fun drills for every stroke which will teach you how to hit the Modern Tennis way. Parents and children will love the Paint the Fence and Kid's Serve drills while advanced players can practice the Roll with the Edge Forehand and Advanced Service drills. Copy the top players and learn to Play like the Pros for immediate and astounding results!Free
With this tech, tennis is one of the easiest sports to learnFree
The methods of teaching in this course make tennis one of the easiest sports to learn. Everything is aligned with the body's nature and that of the human spirit as well. The spirit likes feel and simplicity, while the mind likes to think too much.
Teach your children or yourself this coaching methodology and observe the fast results.Free