PME has experience in this area through Paul McNamee's own career, and recently through overseeing the phenomonal rise of Taiwan tennis player Su wei Hsieh.
Paul McNamee had a very successful playing career, winning 5 Grand Slam doubles titles as well as the coveted world #1 ranking, and in singles reaching seven (7) Tour Finals (winning 2), as well as the semi final of the Australian Open, and and playing singles in every tie in Australia's 1986 Davis Cup victory. He was a member of two (2) winning Australian Davis Cup teams.
PME managed Paul McNamee's transition from athlete to a highly successful sports administrator.
PME, in July 2011, took the lead role in mentoring tennis player Su wei Hsieh, ranked 343 at the time and who's career was floundering.
Since that time, Su wei Hsieh has won four (4) singles tournaments, including her first WTA victory by qualifying and winning WTA Kuala Lumpur.
Only 10 months later, Su wei Hsieh is now established in the top 70, securing direct entry to all of the major events, including Wimbledon and the US Open.
THE KEY TO THESE ACHIEVEMENTS
There are a number of factors which impact an athlete's performance e.g. fitness, skills level, psychological coping skills including the ability to handle stress, injury management, as well as factors outside one's control.
PME believes a holistic approach is required. Without "syncing" skills and personal development, success is either highly unlikely, or the consequence of a random event which is not replicated.
PME believes the key is, on the one hand, to match the athlete with a suitable mentor, and to manage the athlete's schedule in micro detail.