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Training Experience: Timo took over the duties and responsibilities as Director of all Bosse Sports Tennis programs. Prior to his new position, Timo was the Director of Tournament Training for two years. In addition to his experience with Bosse Sports, Timo was the Director of Junior Development and Head Tennis Professional at the I’ON Club in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina from 2005 to 2009. Timo also coached WTA player Alexandra Stevenson in the summer of 2009 and continues to work all levels of tennis from adults to highly ranked national junior players. He was the Assistant coach of Charleston Souther Girls Tennis Team from 2010-2011 and Led the U14 New England Zonals Team to a Gold Medal in 2011.
Background: A native of Bremen, Germany, Timo attended the College of Charleston South Carolina where he captained and played #1 singles and doubles. In 2003 he was selected as the Most Outstanding Player for the Southern Conference. In the ATP World Tour he has career high rankings of 1,156 for singles and 1,459 for doubles. He was also a member of Bundesliga Bremerhavener Tennisverein von 1905 e.V. in Germany, one of the top tennis leagues in Germany and competed against ATP players ranked in the top 200. Timo believes that in order to become a great tennis player it is important to give the students technical, physical and mental instruction. Depending on age and ability of the player, Timo customizes his instruction style to help achieve the players’ maximum potential. Building a personal relationship between coach and player is the key for long-term success. Tennis should always be fun – It is a lifetime sport.
USTA High Performance Tennis Graduate in 2011
PTR Professional since 2006
Tennis Performance Trainer from the International Tennis Performance Association (ITPA)
Certified Mental Toughness Specialist from Dr. Jim Loehr
Level 1 Sports Science Competency Test
Training Experience: Jared has been coaching since 2001. He has coaching experience starting
with the earliest stages up to the professional level. Created a full time tournament program with 8 players from 2013-2015. In these two years the players improved 4,000 national ranking positions, earned two #1 sectional ranking spots,three national championships, two national runner ups, and a 3rd place at a national tournament. In this time frame four players broke inside the top 100 in the US, one inside the top 30, and one top 10. Jared has the unique experience of starting a player at the very beginning stages and developing them into a top national competitor. While in Midland, the local high school team (Midland Dow) trained in their tournament training program. Over the course of 6 years Midland Dow won 5 team state titles and produced over 29 individual state champions.
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals”.
Jared believes in realistic goal setting accomplished by hard work and proper planning. Creating a positive environment that focuses on fundamentals, discipline, and sportsmanship are the keys to helping players reach their full potential. Jared grew up in Midwest playing both soccer and tennis. National level junior. Collegiate all American for top 10 ranked Aquinas College. Competed in both soccer and tennis at the collegiate level.
Junior Development Master Professional
Performance Tennis Master Professional
2nd US coach to achieve both certifications
Training Experience: Rodney started coaching at the age of 17 at the AMOCO Oil Company Sport and Cultural Club in Trinidad, West Indies. He holds certificates in Science of Sports and Coaching, and Technical Course for Coaches form the (IOC), as well as a Level 1 tennis umpiring, and a diploma in tennis coaching from the Argentina Tennis Association. Rodney is a diligent individual who is very passionate about teaching tennis to members at Bosse Sports, and enjoys working with people. He has over 12 years of teaching both juniors and adults in addition to directing tennis programs at two resorts in Anguilla, West Indies for four years.
Background: Rodney started playing tennis at age 7 at the Amoco Oil Company Sport and Cultural Club in Trinidad, West Indies. He excelled very rapidly and was quickly noticed by members and head pro at the club. Rodney was ranked in the top five in the country in the junior ranking, boys under 16. As a junior tennis player Rodney was one of the top players in Trinidad and Tobago and won numerous tournaments along with his brother Ryan Ross. He also won national men’s doubles title and was a member of the Trinidad and Tobago Davis cup team in 2003. Rodney believes, as tennis is concerned, coaches can help their students to improve their technique and tactical thinking. They can teach them everything they know, so that when they are on court they know what to do. If all goes well, the student will take what they have learned and properly apply it on the court. Tennis matches encourage us to constantly evaluate our own strengths and weaknesses, which leads to a self-awareness that serves us well in our everyday lives as well as on the court.
(USPTA) United States Professional Tennis Association member
(USPTR) United States Professional Tennis Registry instructor of Performance, International Tennis Federation (ITF) Level 1 & 2 certified
Training Experience: Cosmin believes that having good strokes is not enough to excel at this game. In order to get to master this sport, a player needs to consider a bigger picture of the game. Cosmin believes that this picture should include tennis concepts such as: development of fundamental stroke technique, strategy, footwork, understanding the opponents strengths and weaknesses, mental training and most important, maintaining your level of play through hours of repetition during practice. This may seem like a long journey, however, Cosmin believes that with the right attitude, a positive mentality and proper guidance, you should be able to reach the peak of your game. From 2007-2009 Cosmin was a Tennis Professional at Tenafly Racquet Club in Tenafly, NJ. In 2010 he was the co-director of the Tennis Department at Camp Vega in Fayette, Maine. Cosmin has been a Tennis Pro for Bosse Sports since 2010.
Background: Cosmin attended New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) from 2006-2010 where he captain the men’s tennis team for three seasons. In 2007 he was selected by his coaches and peers as MVP for NJIT. In 2009 he was selected as the ITA Scholar-Athlete of the year. As a professional Cosmin has played for various club teams throughout Europe, including teams from countries such as Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey, and France. From 2004-2006 he was a member of Romania’s Junior National Team which was ranked 5th in the country. In 2004 he was the winner of Romania’s U16 National Championship and 2005 was Vice Champion of Romania’s U18 National Championship.
Registered with USPTR since 2014
Training Experience: “My teaching has always been based on having the right technique and correct footwork, which is the two most important ingredients in this sport, Also leave the court with a soaking shirt an evidence that you put some effort into it.”
From 1994 – 2007 Anders was the Head Professional at Falköpings Tennis Club, Sweden. Coaching many top juniors at the National level, (Stefan Edberg) ranked 1# in the world. From 2007-2013 Anders was with Bosse sports as a Tennis Pro and during the summers from 2000-2012 was Head Professional at New England Tennis Holidays, North Conway, NH and Burlington, VT, NETH was has been rated #1 tennis camp in the world since 2001 by Tennis Resorts Online. Adult camps for 5-days duration & weekends from June thru September. Prior to coming back to Bosse sports, Anders was Teaching at Wightman Tennis Center in Weston, second summer for me at Longwood Cricket Club, first summer at Windsor Club in Waban (Newton).
Background: A native of Falkoping, Sweden, Anders traveled to the United States where he studied at Pan American University in Texas. Anders held the #1 ranking in Sweden in three different age divisions, 35, 40 and 45. As a junior he was ranked among the top ten players in Sweden. Played actively doubles and single tournaments such as USTA and New England Sectionals, was finalist in 2012 ( Irving Karg Cup).
Training Experience: Matt’s coaching philosophy is based upon an approach that includes individualized skill and performance development, along with fitness, strength and conditioning training, with a health and nutritional focus.
Background: Matt was twice selected to the Michigan High School Class A all-state tennis team, and has played both division 1 & 2 college tennis at Northwood University, MI and Oral Roberts University, OK respectively. His college major was Health and Exercise Science. He is also an active tennis player in the ITF and USTA Professional Tennis Circuits.
UPTR High Performance Tennis Master Program (Admitted April 2015-Present)
First Aid CPR AED Certification Genesys Regional Med Center (2015)
UPTR Certified High Performance Tennis Professional (2014)
Etcheberry Certified Strength, Conditioning & Movement in Tennis (2014)
Van Der Meer Total Tennis University Clinic, Hilton Head, SC (2013)
USPTA Certified Tennis Professional (2012)