Jorge Capestany is a conceptual genius in our sport of tennis in our time. Like innovators before us like Nick Bollettieri Dennis Van Der Meer, Vic Braden and many others that generated the momentum of the 70’s tennis boom, Jorge is a direct tennis descendant of the all time greats. Jorge has impact to all ages and levels. Jorge is a late to the sport turned tennis lifer who makes everyone who learns from him better. Jorge is the American Tennis Dream. His dedication and journey through tennis are the true values we should be stressing to young people every day.
Luke and Murphy Jensen, 1993 French Open Champions
Jorge is the man! He’s like a tennis mad scientist always inventing new drills and games that teach students how to play the game without over-complicating it. I’m lucky to call him a mentor and friend. If you’re serious about improving, and having more fun in the process, you should check out his stuff.
Will Hamilton, Founder – FuzzyYellowBalls.com
“Jorge is a true tennis professional, one of the best in the world. He is one of the most innovative coaches that I know, always looking to make tennis better. He knows what the players need and want to improve their game.”
Jorge Andrew PTR President, PTR International Master Professional and USPTA Master Professional
Jorge is a leader in the National and International Tennis World. Not only he is an excellent teacher and coach, but also a great communicator to players, coaches and tennis professionals to become better instructors. His techniques and advice during seminars, articles and video productions, range from beginners to world class players.
Fernando Velasco, USPTA & PTR Master Professional
It is not by chance that Jorge Capestany is a master professional in both the PTR and USPTA. Jorge’s Tennis knowledge and delivery of information is second to none. He continues to educate coaches and players alike in a fun enthusiastic environment.
Justin Beckstrom, PTR Professional
Jorge has been internationally recognized as a top teaching pro for decades and now he’s bringing all his knowledge to this amazing site. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to be one of Jorge’s first online students. There is endless knowledge on this site and Jorge delivers it in his unique, entertaining, and easy to follow style.
David Brouwer, PTR & USPTA Professional
Jorge is an innovator when it comes to utilizing visual images to accelerate the process of learning the game of tennis.  His accurate methods of delivering his message make his videos appealing and valuable to players of all levels as well as parents and coaches. I’m a big fan!
Julio Godreau, PTR & USPTA Professional
Jorge Capestany – “Innovative, creative, imagination, leader, educator, coach, visionary, and implementer are just some of the words that define one of the top tennis professionals in our industry”
Mike Woody, PTR/USPTA, Executive Director, Midland Community Tennis Center
Whether you’re a serious player or a coach, you can learn a lot from Jorge Capestany. He is a master at developing progressive drills for players of all levels to methodically improve their tennis while having fun!
Joe Dinoffer, President, Oncourt Offcourt, Ltd.
Jorge is the legendary with his ideas of drills and style of coaching.  I have learned so much from him in the past and continue to learn.  I love the update to your coach’s website that enables coaches to catch up on drills while we are on the court with our smartphones.
Eben Donkor, PTR Master of Tennis
Jorge is a “coach’s coach”! Regardless of your level of play, you can greatly benefit from his insight and experience. Most importantly, he always has a way of making it FUN!
Chuck Gill, USPTA Professional
Jorge is one of those rare individuals who makes learning enjoyable. He is an amazing teacher, mentor, and coach. Jorge has helped countless tennis professionals and tennis players improve their skills and reach their goals. Jorge loves what he does; his passion and enthusiasm are palpable in his work.
Lance Andersen, PTR & USPTA Professional and Global Master Trainer for Cardio Tennis
Jorge Capestany is a highly requested presenter at all the tennis conferences in the world because of his entertaining and common sense approach to tennis that pros, coaches and players can use immediately to improve their skills. Need a lesson for any skill level or tactical situation – check out Jorge’s website and you will find it there.
Ken DeHart, USPTA Master Professional and PTR International Master Professional
Jorge is, without any doubt, one of the best teachers of the game in the world. His style puts every student at ease and his coaching is understandable and very effective. Jorge really understands how to connect with players of all ages and ability levels and has a proven record working with entry level players all the way to national champions. He is the best at teaching every aspect of the game, technically and tactically, a fun experience.
Kirk Anderson, USPTA Master Professional and PTR International Master Professional, USTA Director of Coaching Education
“Jorge’s lessons and videos are innovative and fun for all levels. I use his drills with my entire K-12 program. Jorge’s love for the game of tennis has rubbed off on me and my High School team.”
Paul Bentley, High School Tennis Coach

“Jorge’s teaching methods are one of the best for beginners to advanced, his countless videos of drills and games, are great informational segments for all coaches, who could incorporate his methods and tailor it to their needs.”
Pattu Pillai, PTR Professional

Responses (13)

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  1. Tonya
    May 25, 2020 at 7:27 pm · Reply

    Loved all the videos. It was like watching a tv show that you can’t stop watching so you just keep hitting play for the next one. Lots of great information and techniques. The Richter scale was fantastic for putting things into perspective on the scale. It really helps you get out of your head which tends to happen. Also in the doubles video I love the fact that you constantly encourage talking to your partner regardless if it’s a good or bad shot. It’s something I’ve always done but have had partners that are frustrated and most often with themselves but sometimes one feels as though they are letting their partner down. Communication is the key, especially positive communication. Thank you for the courses, each and everyone gave me skills to better my game.

    • Jorge Capestany
      May 26, 2020 at 12:11 am · Reply

      Thank You Tonya!

  2. Peter Gonda
    January 10, 2018 at 8:25 am · Reply

    Lost 1:2 last Wednesday and going to play the same fellow today! Meanwhile ‘stumbled upon’ Capestany.com. I am 55 he is 60 and I will play angles, WIN, moon balls, chip and charge, make him sweat, avoid his flat backhand = if I win 50% credit goes to Jorge!
    Peter, UK

    • Jorge Capestany
      January 19, 2018 at 9:42 pm · Reply

      YAY… thanks for letting me now Peter!

  3. Loc
    November 15, 2016 at 4:11 pm · Reply

    Dear Jorge,

    I watched your videos on Youtube on the volley, types of angles and many others.

    I have to say you are the best coach I have seen anywhere, online or offline. The insights you provided no-one, no coach, no players ever provided to my many years of playing and training

    A question for the 4 types of angle video: is there a way to know when its physically possible to hit cetain angle level? I meant at what court position do I know I can go for level 3, 2 etc. Thanks a ton

    Wish you all the best

    • Jorge Capestany
      November 15, 2016 at 4:49 pm · Reply

      Thanks Loc. I teach my players that as they move forward into the court and closer t the net they can deliver more angles. You probably know I like to use the 6 zones of the court with…
      Zone 1 being the half of the service box that is closest to the net
      Zone 2 is the back part of the serve box
      Zone 3 is the half of no-mans land that is closest to the net
      Zone 4 breng the part of no man’s land that is closest to the baseline.

      One they know those Zones I can teach them what levels of angles they should be attempting for each zone.

  4. Lino
    April 9, 2015 at 9:59 am · Reply

    Nice respond in return of this issue with real
    arguments and describing all on the topic of that.

  5. stefanos
    April 8, 2015 at 3:10 pm · Reply

    best coach

    • Jorge Capestany
      April 8, 2015 at 6:55 pm · Reply

      Thanks Stefano

  6. Richard Bowie
    October 21, 2014 at 3:01 pm · Reply

    I definitely like the way he delivers his point in the analysis as well as using the golf anology. As a coach myself I am always drawn to knowledgable teaching professionals that have a clear and articualte way of offering their tennis analysis. Great job


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    September 21, 2014 at 12:03 pm · Reply

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