If you've watched the pros, you've seen it: touching the face... bouncing the ball... picking at strings... Is it superstition, obsessive-compulsive, or a game-changing tactic? Here's why you shouldn't be so quick to dismiss what might seem like nonsense (and why you might want to use it in your own
Ever wished you could run your opponent back and forth with precise down-the-line and crosscourt shots? It turns out, controlling the angle of your forehand is WAY simpler than you probably thought – here's how to do it.
Is your perception of your own tennis game - and the games of others - grounded in reality, or are you living in this common delusion? We recently uploaded a video featuring two club-level players that draw some very critical responses, so we'd like to set the record straight on
Lobs and overheads... two common shots in tennis that TOO MANY players fear. This game will develop your ability to handle to both shots effectively so you can stay in the point instead of shaking in your boots. Grab a practice partner and give it a shot!
Are you missing this ONE crucial piece to your groundstrokes? You see the pros do it every day, but we're willing to bet you're missing it (and it's costing you consistency and power). Think you know what it is?
Watching your opponent desperately scramble for a drop shot is without a doubt one of the most satisfying things in tennis, but mastering it is easier said than done. Fortunately for you, the drop shot is Kevin's specialty, so here's a step-by-step breakdown of how to hit his favorite (and
Do you struggle to create offense with a weak backhand? There's a solution that doesn't require improving your backhand one bit – the inside-out forehand. Here's how the pros use it to turn the tables on their opponent, and turn their weak side into a weapon...
We all have a weakness – a vulnerability that our opponent will exploit again and again to gain the upper hand and knock us out of the match. We're willing to bet that weakness is your backhand, and we've created just the drill for you to sharpen your backhand under
We've all been there – the match is neck-and-neck, and your opponent hits you with a RIDICULOUS line call. What can you really do? Well, you can get mad, or you can prepare yourself next time with an unbiased, accurate solution and make sure you don't get hooked again.
The battle between John and Chris concludes with John coming from behind to tie up the second set 6-4, 6-6. Will he be able to hang onto his momentum to secure the second set and advance to the match tiebreak, or will Chris put an end to his comeback?