Become the doubles player that EVERYONE wants to be partners with - Click Here! In today’s episode of Ask Ian, I answer a question from Josh Hunt. Josh writes: “I am a decent net player, and it seems when I play doubles, they usually just hit it away from me.
Best-selling author and hall of fame speaker Roger Crawford overcame incredible challenges to be successful both on and off the court. In this personal interview he shares the importance of mindset, the relationship between attitude and action, the difference between fear and anxiety and why age isn’t an excuse on the tennis court…
What is Roger Federer thinking (if anything) when he executes his serve? Here's a look inside the minds of the most successful players... Discover the secrets to MAXIMUM racquet head speed for monster serves that DESTROY your competition - Click Here!
Every year, the latest and greatest racquet... The latest and greatest shoes... The latest and greatest technology, promising to make a significant improvement to your game. But how much of a different does it really make? Here's what you need to know! Learn to place your groundstrokes ON A DIME with this FREE
Meeting our students face-to-face and hearing how we've helped them is the greatest motivation we could ask for... Here's how the experience impacted each of us! Discover the secrets to MAXIMUM racquet head speed for monster serves that DESTROY your competition - Click Here!
Picking your favorite player and trying to imitate their swing is a BAD IDEA. On the other hand, choosing the correct things to copy can benefit your technique tremendously. Here's what I mean... Tired of choking on short sitters? Learn how to put them away with confidence with this $1 coaching series -
We've all dealt with opponents who celebrate after our mistakes, make terrible line calls or grunt loudly on every single shot. Annoying, obnoxious people are everywhere, not just on the tennis court, and its important to learn how to deal with them effectively. Without a plan of attack against this type of player
I've received a lot of comments in response to my current "Myth Buster" series that go something like this: "Why are you bad mouthing teachers who want to say that a certain technique 'feels like this' when it leads to improvement?? Who cares if it's what actually happens!" This video is in direct