Hans-Kristian Solberg Vittinghus Podcast
Have you listened to this excellent, honest and insightful podcast?
I recommend that you do. Listen for these treasures
- honest thoughts from Hans-Kristian
- what it’s like to be a pro player and rankings
- tactical ideas and how Hans-Kristian prepares for opponents
- the constant physical battle
- the importance of the mental side
My favourite episodes so far … click on each to hear more
Fernando Rivas, who is the coach behind the success of Carolina Marin, shares a wealth of knowledge on his coaching philosophy, how he and his team works with Marin and what is needed to create an environment where world class can thrive.
Fernandos story is quite unique!
If you’re only going to listen to one of my episodes – let it be this one!
In this episode Jan Ø. Jørgensen reveals why he actually hates that epic 108-shot rally against Tien Minh Nguyen at the World Championships in 2013!
They discuss Jan’s recent decision to call an end to his international career later this year, talk about all of his big and historic wins over the past 10 years. They discuss how his game and playing style has evolved a lot throughout his career.
Jan also shares several fun stories from his many years on the tour and he finally reveals which of all the hairstyles he has had, is his favourite one!
HK is joined by the former head coach of the Danish national team and current World Tour commentator. They look back at his coaching career which is well known for his great results, but also some of the tough and controversial choices he’s had to make along the way.
They also take a look at the current situation on the competitiveness of international women’s singles. Steen Schleicher Pedersen shares a lot of brilliant insight and takes as to why women’s singles is more competitive than ever.
Finally, Steen gives some great answers to a few listener questions, like what his most memorable commentating experience is and which non-Danish player he would have loved to work with as a coach.
Tine also shares what kept her going until her major breakthrough finally came at the age of 28, just as she shares how she managed to deal with a ruptured achilles tendon and some major disappointments at the World Championships 2011 and Olympic Games 2012.
She gives her views on topics like how women’s singles has evolved, what she wants to pass on to the younger generations, why sparring with boys isn’t always easy and what her ambitions are for the future.
Final episode of the Malaysia Masters week. Recapping HKV’s first-round performance against Lu Guangzu. Also replying to a listener question about the effects of my #betterin2020 campaign.
An episode from Jakarta at the Indonesia Masters. with the first episode with a guest. The one and only Anders Skaarup Rasmussen. HKV says that he is quite possibly the funniest guy on tour!
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