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How to handle tennis CHEATERS (Part 2)

Hate getting cheated out of a tennis point? Of course you do... You've worked hard to improve your strokes, tactics, and fitness to play as competitively as possible. That's why most tennis players react so poorly to bad calls. Justice must be served, right?? If only everybody understood the truth: that incorrect line calls are

How to handle tennis CHEATERS (Part 1)

If you've ever played tennis, you've been cheated out of a point. It's not a question of "if"... But a question of "by who" and "how often". And so the next question you must ask yourself is "how am I going to deal with getting cheated??". Your response will make the difference between success and failure. That's

Federer Mindset Lesson (Part 2 of 2)

Yesterday and today's message dive deep into the mindset and psyche of Roger Federer. How? By analyzing his comments made to Brad Gilbert immediately after "winning ugly" against Borna Coric in Indian Wells this past March. In Part 1 I told the story of the match, how off he truly was, and what dramatic changes

Federer Mindset Lesson (Part 1 of 2)

Ever wonder what the greatest players of all time are thinking out there in the heat of battle? Every once in a while we gain some priceless insight into their thought process, mindset, and problem solving which is exactly what today and tomorrow's message will do for you. Put into practice what you learn and

Tennis Improvement Principles (Part 3 of 4)

There's three things you need to make huge improvements to your game in a very short amount of time. Today we'll be diving into the third one that will help you cross the "raging river" of stroke improvement. I'll explain that analogy in a moment but first, if you haven't read the first two parts

Tennis Improvement Principles (Part 2 of 4)

There's three things you need to make huge improvements to your game in a very short amount of time. Today we'll be diving into the second one that will help you end an incredibly common problem I like to call "instructional whack-a-mole". More on that in a second but first, if you haven't already seen yesterday's message

Tennis Improvement Principles (Part 1 of 4)

There's three things you need to make huge improvements to your game in a very short amount of time. In today's message and several after it I'll be revealing what they are and how you can implement them yourself! They're principles of improvement that we've been working hard to develop into a system as we work with our VIP