I tend to structure all my tennis lessons in Abu dhabi in the same way, no matter the age of a child – starting with a warm-up, some athletic skills, then into some tennis drills and games. The difference is in how things are presented to players. For athletic skills, with older children there might be a challenge to sprint as fast as they can, maybe involving competitively beating their own time, racing each other or racing the coach, or for jumping skills there might be distance challenges with education on how to use the body to jump higher or further. The same things can be done with the very young, but it would tap into their imagination more – become a cheetah and run, or jump like a kangaroo, or become a frog and jump as far as you can. Beyond this, every child (and person of any age) is motivated by different tasks and goals, so being aware to what sort of challenge or task a player responds to is very important so coaching can be very personal and fun.