“Oscar is a great coach. He makes the most advanced techniques of the game very simple and clear, and he has helped me regain my strokes and my feel for the ball.” Bjorn Borg, 5 Wimbledons Champion and 6 French Opens, in his 1992 comeback, after stopping competing for 10 years

“Oscar Wegner is a true pioneer in the game of tennis. I have a deep respect for Oscar’s teaching and his passion to help others. My time on court with him during my professional tennis career was very valuable and many of the concepts he shared with me helped me understand my own game better. His knowledge of how the body actually works and the natural way tennis is played has helped shape my own coaching philosophies. Thanks for moving tennis forward, Oscar.”
Jeff Salzenstein, former Top 100 ATP Player

“I recommend this method to other professionals. With this method we had positive results all over the world.”Carlos Alves

“The aforementioned Oscar Wegner has written a wonderful book entitled, “Play Better Tennis In 2 Hours”. Although the claim made in this book’s title is a bit difficult to believe, I assure you that Oscar has many examples to prove its veracity. Oscar is a most unconventional tennis teacher. Some doubt his methods and insights, but I would beg to differ. In many ways, I believe Oscar was the “forerunner” with respect to the modern game. His “unorthodox” doctrine has made him an outcast of sorts. But, his devotees will certainly support that he knows what he is doing. I am one. His unorthodox methods and techniques have in major measure become a new orthodoxy! Check this out for yourself.”Ron Waite, prolific author of Turbo Tennis, coach, player and tennis photographer

“This book (Tennis in Two Hours) describes to a “T” what I felt when I was at the top of my game. It is amazing that Oscar makes it so simple to learn.”Martin Mulligan, Wimbledon finalist to Rod Laver in 1962 and three-time Italian Open winner

“I have long acknowledged that your tennis teaching methods are light years ahead of those for most teaching professionals in our industry. I also happen to believe that our industry has complicated the learning process for so many players that they become discouraged and leave our sport too quickly. Your ideas simplify matters, and this is crucial.”
Bill Mountford, National Tennis Center

“I’ve been a teaching pro for about 13 years. During that time I’ve come across many theories (some great and some not so great). I would usually test them in a lesson. If they work, I keep using them. Well, I’ve keept a lot of theories and material from your book and using them daily with my lessons, with great results!”
Scott Gilmore, Fort Walton Beach, Florida

“The MTM system, which blends in with how we are born and naturally designed will give the best results. Coaches who use MTM will use the Eye Coach and get better results than coaches with other methods.”

Lenny Schloss, All American, top 10 USA pro tour player
“Known and respected all around the world, Oscar has given us another great contribution with this book.”Guga Kuerten, 3 French Opens Champion

“I used to watch Venus and Serena practice at the Macci Academy (early 1990s). Richard Williams seemed to always be there. The Williams sisters were standing open and they were really slugging the ball like today’s modern tennis players. They hit with so much power and spin. My impression was that the Williams sisters had their own way of playing and they were not going to change their techniques to Macci’s strokes. Now, since Oscar has taught me modern tennis, I realize that the Williams sisters were playing pro style modern tennis exactly the way Oscar Wegner taught back then, and he continues to do so.”
Dr. Larry Buhrman

“Your teaching method is logical, easily understood, and works. Now I understand why Spain has so many players.”Jana Hunsacker, former Director of Tennis, U.S.T.A. National Tennis Center

“Oscar’s techniques are incredible. Back in 1982 he was with me (coaching) in Germany and the students called him “the American who taught tennis in two hours”. Over and over, he had total beginners rallying 40, 60 balls back and forth in just two hours of instruction. He also helped the Weiden Tennis Club have an undefeated junior tennis team that year and get our main team to the Bundesliga.”
Jurgen Fassbender, former #1 player in Germany and Top Ten player in the world

“My team has won three NCAA titles and I have been named NCAA “Coach of the Year” twice. I say this only as a reference point. I was very fascinated with your work and have thought a lot about it since. I plan to use your methodology in my classes. In my pursuit of coaching excellence I was with you on many concepts and yet found many of the things you emphasized quite eye opening.”
Bob Hansen, Univ. of California Santa Cruz

“Your method of simplifying the strokes and teaching beginners to “play like the pros” has benefitted hundreds of New York City school children and the teachers that train them. It’s remarkable to see children rallying back and forth 20-70 times within an hour and I love hearing from them that tennis is easy.”
Sheri Slobin, Deputy Director of Programs for the NY Jr. Tennis League

“Coaching tennis is a passion that many of us share. Many styles, and theories, have been tested and have evolved tremendously over the last few decades. However, if it wasn’t for Oscar Wegner’s influence and wisdom we would still be in the dark ages. His clear, intelligent, yet simple approach has helped thousands of tennis players unlock their true athletic potential. Additionally, Oscar has lead the way for hundreds of other coaches around the World, including myself. Proud to call him my friend!”
Hans Römer, USPTA Master Professional, PTR Professional

“Techne Tennis is a system that is not talent driven, but rather technique driven. It is a system borrowed heavily from Oscar Wegner, who is considered the father of modern tennis teaching, an instructor who believes that players of every age should use the same techniques employed by the top players in the game.
John Eagleton, 2-time All-American, ATP Pro

“The mark of a good teacher is someone who listens and evolves with the game and leads that evolution and you have that guy here today.” , introducing Oscar at the 2011 USPTA Nor Cal Annual Convention
Dick Gould, Stanford Men’s Tennis Coach, 17 NCAA Men’s Tennis Championships, 50 All-American honors