Back to the Zone: Optimum Gaze and Anticipation to enter the Zone, 2014 Australian Grand Slam Coaches’ Conference, Melbourne, Australia
Tennis and anticipation. Seminar, Institute of Sport Exercise and Active Living, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia
Anticipation; New perspectives. Seminar, Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy Lab, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.
Anticipation and inhibition: new perspectives from sport. Seminar, Laboratory of Neurophysiology, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.
Perspectives in cognitive control of series of actions: the importance of inhibition. Seminar, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, USA.
From the ball to the contact zone: Evidence of a visual referential switch among elite tennis players. Congress, Tennis in the Tomorrow Society, University of Bourgogne, Dijon, France.
Gaze control among top tennis players. Congress, Swiss Professional Tennis Association, Zurich, Switzerland.
Visual strategies and attention control. Conference, Mental Training in Sport, Orléans, France.
Contact zone fixation in tennis: a biomechanical study. Seminar, Human Movement and Mechanics Laboratory, Poitiers , France.
High-speed photo analysis of top player’s gaze behavior. Congress, ITF, Tennis Science and Technology, London, UK.
Gaze control and mental skills during the hitting phase in tennis. European Congress of Sport Psychology, Halkidiki, Greece
Mental foundations for the young tennis player. Conference, Mental training and performance, Blaise Pascal University, France.