As reported by the USF website, Sense Arena has announced its first NCAA tennis partnership with the University of South Florida men’s and women’s tennis programs.. Student-athletes in both programs will now be able to supplement their training on the court using Sense Arena’s innovative VR technology.which operates through Meta Quest 2 and provides players with advanced visualization tools geared towards improving the mental aspects of the game, such as anticipation and decision-making skills.
yannick yoshizawavice president of tennis at Sense Arena, said: «We are excited to partner with the USF men’s and women’s tennis programs to officially launch Sense Arena in the college tennis space.. Florida has an incredible tennis culture and continues to be at the forefront of the sport, and USF has been key to the growth and development of the sport since it began its tennis program more than 50 years ago. We are excited to give USF athletes a new edge. above the competition and look forward to helping them maximize their performance.» Sense Arena for Tennis launched in November 2022 and is supported by a list of top players who have started using the technology since its launch.including International Tennis Hall of Famer Martina Navratilova, ATP pros Gonzalo Escobar, Miomir Kecmanovic, Emil Ruusuvuori and Jack Sock and WTA pros Jennifer Brady, Marie Bouzkova, Brenda and Linda Fruhvirtova, Liudmila Samsonova, Daria Saville and Luisa Stefani.
USF’s men’s and women’s tennis programs, both incorporated in 1966, have a storied history in tennis and have established themselves as two of the most prestigious programs in the NCAA.. The Bulls men’s team boasts 20 American Athletic Conference titles along with 17 NCAA Tournament appearances, while the women’s team has amassed 13 American Athletic Conference titles and 11 NCAA Tournament appearances.
Cristina Moros, USF Women’s Coach, explained: «We couldn’t be more excited to start our partnership with Sense Arena, and I can really see this being a fantastic way for our players to work on visualization. It’s the perfect tool to use on recovery days when we want to exercise our mind and train our brain, really focusing on the mental aspects of tennis. Ashley Fisher, USF head men’s tennis coach, added: «Sense Arena offers a wide range of benefits and we are excited to work with them.
This is where tennis moves; incorporating more technology and the Sense Arena platform presents a unique space to improve and get really specific with the skills. About USF The Bulls are part of the American Athletic Conference in NCAA Division I (until 2013 they were part of the Big East Conference).
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