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
What are the most important strategical elements to really have down pat as part of your singles and doubles game? That's exactly what I'll be focusing on in today's video tennis lesson: several foundational elements that you absolutely must be proficient in. Questions? Comments? Leave them below. Thanks so much for watching!
What if instead of chasing the ball down you had the ability to move where the ball was GOING to be? How many more POINTS would you walk away with? How many more MATCHES? It's a skill every player can develop... Here's how. Learn how to anticipate your opponent's shots with this $1
If you don't fake poach you ARE leaving points on the table for your doubles team. Here are Ira's TOP 3 favorite moves to pressure the returner and keep them guessing... Discover the secrets to MAXIMUM racquet head speed for monster serves that DESTROY your competition - Click Here!
Sick of getting passed? Proper distance from the net as your teammate serves is key for intercepting down the line and angle shots. Here's how to be in the BEST position... Hit the most ACCURATE groundstrokes of your life with this coaching series - Click Here!
I've heard coaches tell their students to keep their "racquet head up" on low volleys over and over again. Please don't try to execute a low volley that way! The most important factor is the angle between your forearm and racquet handle. If you keep a strong connection between the racquet and your
Do you get frustrated by doubles opponents who lob over and over again? You don't have to be, and you won't be if you work on the three simple elements that I outline in today's strategy tutorial. Fact of the matter is you should NOT always be looking to close into the net
Chemistry with your doubles partner can ultimately make or break your success together on the court... Here are the dynamics at play, and how you leverage them to build a great team! Hit the most ACCURATE groundstrokes of your life with this coaching series - Click Here! Comments? Questions? Leave them down
Good communication can make or break a doubles team... It's easy when you've played with someone forever, but what happens when you're paired with a new partner? Here are some simple hand signals to keep everyone on the same page. Take your doubles game to the next level with this FREE coaching -