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Dr. Noel Blundell has been dubbed the “Sports Psychologist to the Stars” due to his highly successful results with elite national and international athletes and teams in a wide variety of sports. He is best known for his work with elite golfers and tennis players and works extensively on the international professional circuits in both these sports.
Dr. Blundell‚ has extensive golf clientele compete on all the major international circuits of the world – the US, European, Japanese and Australasian Tours. His players have won many tournaments on all these major circuits, and, as a result, four of his players have represented the “Rest of the World” team that plays the US tour team for the Presidents Cup in Ryder Cup format. Dr. Blundell has been directly involved with producing in excess of 20 successful international Australian amateur golf representatives, both male and female, over the past 15 years.
Dr. Blundell is also sport psychologist to 1996 Wimbledon semi-finalist Jason Stoltenberg (current coach of world no. 1 Lleyton Hewitt.) Jason was a World top 20 as well as a successful Australian Davis Cup player. Dr. Blundell was directly involved in taking Paul Annacone into the top 10 in the World as a player.
Dr. Blundell has also been directly involved in producing eight world champions including Arthur Brett (Boardsailing), Lee Brownbill (Shooting), Brett Thurley (Water Skiing) and Laurene Bevaart, 3 times World Champion (Karate). He has worked with a multitude of successful interstate and national teams including the Australian Softball team, as well as professional A.F.L. football teams.
An experienced international lecturer, Dr. Blundell has conducted numerous seminars, published a number of research papers, and is the author of the popular book “So You Want to be a Tennis Pro”. He has a high national and international media profile in television, having featured in programmes such as “The 7.30 Report” and “Good Morning Australia” on radio, and in the international print media such as “The New York Times”. He is a consultant to various organisations including the International Tennis Federation, The Australian Professional Golfers Association and the Victorian Institute of Sport.
Dr. Blundell currently works with Australian number 1 female golfer, Karrie Webb.