Ian's received a lot of comments regarding my one handed backhand the last few months...and we hear you. He's actually been working on his backhand for a year and a half and has made significant improvement. We want to help you better understand the improvement process and how long it
Novak Djokovic is tennis world's number 1 tennis player and he has one of the best two handed backhands in the game. Our recent student Pamela was struggling with her two handed backhand, but after a few minor tweaks and repetition on the court, she was mirroring Novak to a
Every player with a one-hander DREAMS of being able to stand their ground and hit a high backhand with tons of spin instead of getting pushed back and hitting a a weak, pushy shot. I used to be stuck in the same predicament, but for the first time ever I'm
Virtually every tennis player has that monkey on their back, that thorn in their side, that BAD tennis habit that keeps you from playing the way you know you're capable of. I've finally had enough of mine – it's time to fix the weak, flat, one handed backhand I've had
It's far too common a problem: backhands that rely on arm movement instead of body rotation, robbing you of power and spin. No, we're not crazy – you can hit backhand like Djokovic in only an hour using only your phone. Here's how...
The ball machine is the most underutilized tool in the tennis world. If you're looking to improve your tennis game, but can't get a hitting partner, you should be using a ball machine to help train. They are great for working on all aspects of your game, not just hitting.
Federer's backhand looks so effortless you'd be forgiven for thinking anyone could hit one like him... Trying to copy him in practice, though, is a whole other ball game. Here's how he uses the large, strong parts of his body to power his swing (and how you can, too)———————————— Follow