Everybody hates playing pushers, but have you ever really sat down and thought about why? What do they understand and implement so well that makes people fear and loathe them SO much? In this episode of the Podcast I'll tell you what that is and also explain how you can copy them to win more matches. STOP
Without the right technique and mindset playing somebody that just gets everything back with little or no pace (pusher) can be the most frustrating thing ever. So what's needed to successfully dispatch with this annoying opponent? It all starts with technique, but from there you MUST have mental confidence in your abilities on the court.
Pushers are feared all around the world for their consistency and guile on the court, especially in lower to intermediate level tennis, but it doesn't have to be that way! In today's episode of the podcast I share the most important elements of your game to improve if you ever want to be
Today’s show covers a topic that is extremely familiar with the vast majority of tennis players: struggling on the court against somebody that in your opinion is weaker than you are. It might be just a little bit, or maybe even a large difference in ability level but either way
In today’s show Ian talks about how to better handle the most feared type of player in tennis: the PUSHER! What parts of your game need to be improved and what tactics should you employ to be more successful against this dreaded opponent? Find out by listening! Ian also talks about handling low, short shots
So many tennis players absolutely hate playing pushers: tennis players who put no pace on their shots and simply put everything back in play safely. Today Ian talks about what parts of your game need to be improved to start winning against these types of opponents. Ian also talks about dealing with low, short shots.
Podcast 30: Dealing with a PUSHER!! Are there pushers at every level of tennis? How do you beat a pusher or retriever?
Today's podcast is all about everybody's worst nightmare: the pusher. Are there pushers at every level? More importantly, how do you beat a pusher anyway? The whole podcast today is dedicated to this infamous opponent type.
Podcast 14: Physical training at home, plantar fasciitis treatment, smart doubles positioning, popularity of tennis, beating a pusher, and two mental questions.
Today Dr. Jack Kripsak joins me on the show to talk about plantar fasciitis and how to treat it, I think answer several great listener questions having to do with doubles, beating a pusher, and mental tennis.
Podcast 10: Doubles strategy, one handed backhand contact, playing against a dinker, serve anticipation, and more
Doubles strategy, one handed backhand contact, playing against a dinker, serve anticipation, passing shots, hitting a slice serve, mental discussion