Everyone wants to work on their killer putaway forehand, but how many people know when to use it? Understanding the difference between offensive, neutral, and defensive phases of play is critical to setting up an effective attack on your opponent. Here's how...
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Let's face it - tie breakers are the worst, and no matter how good you've played up to that point, you know you're probably going to lose. Fear them no longer! We've deconstructed 10 proven strategies that will help you walk away with the W next time you face off
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What if we told you the middle of the court is NOT the best place to recover to, except in one specific situation? The absolute best place to position yourself actually depends on the position of your opponent, and it's what we call the "new middle". Here's how to find
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While the age old advice to “watch the ball” is good, it’s not completely comprehensive. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say “watch the ball...some of the time.”
Here's the scenario: you're at the net during a doubles point and your partner is on the baseline. An opponent hits a solid shot past you and it travels back to your partner. Where should your visual focus be? Should you turn around and watch your partner hit? Keep your eyes on your