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Jonathan Small

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US marriage records found firstname Jonathan 0.01% feminine, 99.99% masculine.

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Origin of Jonathan is Hebrew.

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Other articles

John McEnroe says end of competitive tennis near for him

John McEnroe says gap widening between him, next wave of seniors

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- John McEnroe says he's almost done playing competitive tennis.

The 56-year-old Hall of Famer plans to play an exhibition match against Jim Courier on Aug. 28 in New Haven. That will be part of a Legends Event designed to increase attendance at the Connecticut Open, the last women's tournament before the U.S. Open.

McEnroe told reporters on a conference call Tuesday the match is probably the last chance fans in Connecticut will have to see him play competitively.

"There's a point where those people in the next wave of seniors . that gap is too much," he said. "It's almost too much, it's tough enough when I'm playing a guy like Jim Courier."

McEnroe, an ESPN analyst, added once he feels he can't be respectable on the court, he will stop playing.

"It's getting to be where every match that I play now I try to appreciate, because I don't know how much longer I can stay out there," he said.

The Legends Event also will feature a match Thursday night between James Blake and Andy Roddick.

The WTA tournament added the men's senior players last summer, with Blake, Roddick and Courier playing in exhibitions against each other.

The tournament, which was on the verge of moving to North Carolina in 2013, reported its first increase in attendance since 2005. It drew 47,140 fans for the week, up from 45,796 in 2014.

Attendance was still far below the 90,000-plus it used to draw and the 76,480 who came in 2010, the last year it was a combined men's and women's event.

McEnroe said he believes adding attractions such as a senior or junior event may be the wave of the future for smaller tennis tournaments.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

Opiniones, Campamentos de tenis y vacaciones - Jonathan Markson Tennis


Lee lo que nuestros clientes comentan acerca de nosotros en el sitio de opiniones independiente 'Feefo'. Siguen comentarios en directo:

Only minor quibble was all hotel bars shut in mid afternoon- unable to buy water if playing tennis and directed to supermarket despite reception staff having the ability to serve a bottle of water from the bar. Everything else fantastic. Coaching staff excellent.

The 3 tennis coaches were brilliant. Definitely 5 star. The tennis facilities are excellent. The hotel was a bit basic but it was clean and spacious enough. The town of Luz is wonderful as was the weather. Finally the other tennis players were all good fun.

Thank you for taking time to give us feedback. We are very pleased you enjoyed the Advanced Player Week and have passed on your comments to the team who will be delighted

The tennis experience with Fabio was brilliant, we felt he put a lot of effort into helping us improve and his approach was incredibly positive; full marks for the tennis.

The score of four reflects the hotel and particularly the catering which were below our expectations. The hotel had very loud live music in the evening 'til 12midnight and the breakfast was somewhat 'industrial'.

Offsetting the hotel experience, the 50mtr pool was great and yoga with Enrico was out of the top drawer.

The coaches were great! Really knowledgable and committed. They really cared about coaching.

I would highly recommend JMT Barcelona!

Indeed, I had an amazing time there with top level and friendly coaches.

I really appreciated the great involvment of our two coaches Andrea and Gabriele who gave us very useful tricks and advice in order to help us improve our game. One can notice they are very concerned with the tennis improvment and more broadly with the well-being of participants. So thanks again!

The course was intense and covered basic techniques, power, serves and strategies, which was perfect for me as I only started playing tennis this year. There were 4 in my group, all of similar ability but the coaches were able to give individual help as well as practical drills, which I can take home and continue to improve my game. All the coaches were enthusiastic, experienced and took time to make sure everyone understood the aims and instructions that were being given. The lunch provided at The Wetlands Centre was excellent and gave time for socialising before back to the tennis. Thanks to everyone for a memorable and thoroughly enjoyable experience. I look forward to seeing you again on a future course.

Boris enjoyed playing with other, stronger children, he made friends

The English lessons didn't add any value as Douglas is, at least in comparison with the other kids in the classroom, fluent in English (as mentioned also in an email conversation with Luca). So that one was wasted money. A pity also that most trainers/coaches where non-native english speakers making the whole experience not so very British. For Douglas that was a bit of a disappointment as there are many tennis camps, for a lot less money when including traveling etc., available here in Germany. From a tennis point of view Douglas was more than happy with the camp and wants to go back next year again.

Campi da tennis da paura ;) College fico ma vecchio, Blith Building un solo gabinetto per tutto il piano, pessimo :( atmosfera inglese (nel bene e nel male..).

Ristoranti: almeno un paio di sere a settimana si può fare meglio.

Più chiari nelle indicazioni all'arrivo: per chi ha bagagli è moooolto meglio consigliare di prendere un taxi alla stazione, 5 min. 5-6 sterline e si arriva al College senza troppi sforzi!

Insegnanti e corso: Super!! ;)

I was slightly apprehensive before going to the Tennis Camp having never done anything like it before. I needn't have worried. I had a fantastic week . Everyone was very friendly and the coaches put everyone at ease.

We were put in groups according to ability where we could hone our skills but also came together for group sessions.

I found the coaching sessions particularly useful especially with the benefit of the video analysis.

I would definitely recommend the course to anyone who would like to improve their tennis. I shall definitely be rebooking.

Many thanks to Andrea , Paco and Gabs whose encouragement has inspired me to try to be a better player.

I had a great time on the course and would definitely consider taking part again. Everything was very well organised and the coaches were really friendly and helpful. I learnt more in one week than I had in five years before!

Great fun, great coaches.

Food: all right, could be improved.

Booking: problematic for foreigners with average english.

Service on booking was very good with quick responses and helpful, clear information. Fabio and Mauro looked after us very well at the Poiana resort - the quality of tuition was excellent and they're really nice guys to spend time with.

Thoroughly enjoyed the camp in Barnes. Coaches were great and I liked the format of one coach per day (compared to last year where we moved around different coaching "stations" in one day). There was better building and reinforcing of techniques throughout the day compared to last year, but /I have to say camps both years were excellent.

A major downside this year was the lunch- eg on the last day a spoon of pasta bake and some water! Not more than 1 or 2 pounds worth? I was glad I had a banana in my bag to eat on way back to court. Baked potato other days was slightly better. No fruit, no bread, no juice. Last years simple but nice selection of food was much better. For future either include a decent lunch or leave it to participants to bring a lunch.

We eat always in the same place ,but all the test is amazing : -tennis lessons are really good , coach are also really good.

-the atmosphere is nice

-evening activity are good

My son had a great time at the tennis camp. He enjoyed the well prepared fitness routine and match playing with different players. He definitely wants to come back and would also recommend this camp to his friends.

I would recommend them. This was an intensive course that was well organized and run by experienced coaches.

I found the camp very helpful and the coaches friendly and encouraging.

The are attentive, helpful and react quickly. Good facilities and very good and friendly coaches, according to our son, who attended the summer camp.

Excellent, facilité de contact et reactivité instantanée par email et par téléphone, écoute, service, accueil, gentillesse, conseil, disponibilité, cadre féerique et bien plus .

The grass courts were exceptional and the coaching was the right mix of fun yet structured.

Molto divertente e ben organizzato

Ich würde hierher sehr gerne noch einmal herkommen denn das intensive Training verbesserte mich um einiges.

I truly enjoyed the 6 days of the camp. We were divided into small groups and could learn closely from the coaches. All the coaches were very funny but also serious with plenty of experience.

I also enjoyed the company. It was very nice to meet people who love tennis and I was also able to learn from them.

The social activities were also fun.

I would love to join the camp again.

The Scotsman

One of the stand-outs from the Markson weekend (London Tennis Camp - August) is the quality of the coaches. Unlike some other tennis holidays where the coaches are simply on a year out, Markson likes to hire fully qualified teaching pros with years of experience. You can ask the most difficult of questions and you know they will have an answer. More importantly for me, you can ask the most basic of questions and they will take time to work with you. I was struggling with my double-handed backhand and one of the coaches took 20 minutes with me to go over all the fundamentals (grip, body position, footwork etc) to ensure I was comfortable. (Read the full article)

The Independent

The 50 best ways to improve yourself - "this is a fun activity holiday," says olivia macleod, veteran of jonathan markson tennis camps in both oxford and the algarve. in a group of six she enjoyed mornings of tuition from excellent coaches and endured revealing video analysis of her game. she left fitter and infinitely more proficient.


For us, the set-up at the Jonathan Markson Tennis Centre in the Algarve works perfectly. Three hours of tennis tuition every morning, then the rest of the day free to do as much or as little as you wish.

It’s a low-key affair, a world away from the big centres like Val da Lobo or Forte Village, but one that works very well. There are five courts in total, three of them brand new this year. Coaching groups are a maximum of six people, although often fewer, which means the tuition is really tailored to each individual. (Read the full article)

Daily Telegraph

I came away with a reconstructed serve that has come along no end. The coaching was deceptively easy-going and the drills were enormous fun. everyone on the course felt they had progressed.

Financial Times

It was clear that, while the coaching was seriously intensive on this course, the social side counted for almost as much. in no time at all the social bonding was becoming firmly fixed. did our tennis benefit from the course? certainly.

The Sunday Times

Physically the camp is demanding but not exhausting. i did learn a lot. i had a great deal of fun.

The European

By the end of the week i was still cursing loose forehands, double faults and fluffed volleys but i had improved almost every aspect of my game – and my confidence.

British Airways Magazine

From my experience of attending both the oxford tennis camp and algarve tennis centre, Jonathan Markson Tennis tends to acquire talented coaches with a sense of humour – and thus hard work is disguised as a lot of fun.

Evening Standard

It was encouraging how quickly the coaches could single out flaws.

Serve and Volley Magazine

The coaching is done through a variety of exercises, drill and consultation breaks, so people have constant stimulation and a good deal of fun.

Yorkshire Post

It was all great fun, but between the good-natured banter, an expert analytical eye was at play, correcting obvious faults and praising our better strokes. A lot of laughter mixed with serious endeavour. This was our first experience of a group holiday and we enjoyed it thoroughly.

Sunday Express

The views over the famous luz bay are stunning, the cottage-style apartments excellently appointed and the climate pretty much perfect. Walking the cobbled streets of this old fishing village at night, one is struck by the timelessness of the place. Whether you are a of beginner, intermediate or advanced standard your game is guaranteed to improve. the coaches see to that.

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Jonathan Smith (tennis): definition of Jonathan Smith (tennis) and synonyms of Jonathan Smith (tennis) (English)

Jonathan Smith (tennis) From Wikipedia

Jonathan Smith (born January 29, 1955) is a former professional tennis player. He was born in Exeter, England.

Smith enjoyed most of his tennis success while playing doubles. During his career he won 2 doubles titles. He achieved a career-high doubles ranking of World No. 98 in 1983.

Doubles titles (2) Runner-ups (5) External links
  • Smith, Jonathan at the Association of Tennis Professionals
  • Smith, Jonathan at the International Tennis Federation

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John Roberts: Big profits at stake in push for smaller tennis rackets, The Independent

John Roberts: Big profits at stake in push for smaller tennis rackets

The Independent Sport

Among items on the agenda at the International Tennis Federation's Science and Technology Congress in London this week was "Tennis and the Modern Racket: small is beautiful?"

The debate was prompted by a group of former players and professional observers who fear that the attacking style of serve-and-volley will disappear in a deluge of passing shots from the baseline unless the width of racket heads is reduced from 12.5 inches to nine inches.

Top-spin seemed rife in the quest for a sweet spot of consensus. The governing body warned that "tinkering with the natural cycles in our sport would cause more harm than good", and the manufacturers, whose baseline is profit, fretted about a change that would require the risk of investment and questioned the wisdom of producing smaller rackets for professionals and making the power-generating wide bodies for recreational players.

Point taken. But is it possible that the generation-spanning "small is beautiful" campaigners - including John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Pat Cash, Ilie Nastase, Stan Smith, Neale Fraser, Fred Stolle, Guillermo Vilas, Martina Navratilova, Ann Jones, Angela Mortimer and Sue Barker - can all be wrong?

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