What if you could respond to every shot from your opponent TWICE as fast? How many more balls could be reached? How much better prepared could you be for every shot? How many more matches would swing your way? It's not just a daydream, it's an opportunity. Here's how to
A majority of tennis players feel behind in their points and always feel as if they are playing catch up and are out of place. Why do the pro's looks so smooth and relaxed? Preparation! Most amateur players are RE-active instead of PRO-active. These few drills will help you feel
Most tennis players don't utilize this tennis technique, although it is one of the most important things you can do on a tennis court. Not only will it help your tennis game now, but you'll be able to continue to improve more efficiently and even increase your playing level.
Too often amateur tennis players get stuck behind the ball, frantically trying to keep up with one shot after the other until it's too late. The problem most likely isn't that you need to run faster, it's that you need to recover better. Here's how to be ready for the
After hitting an aggressive shot and you feel it's the right time to come to the net...are you comfortable and ready to transition? This can be very difficult for a lot of players and many players rush as fast as they can. However, you need to be relaxed and ready
Open, closed, semi, square....which stance are you suppose to use?! There are a lot of opinions and debates when it comes to tennis stances, but we are breaking down which stances the professionals use. You'll be surprised!
Rafael Nadal is one of the smoothest players on the court, no matter what direction he is moving. It's because he practices all aspects of his tennis footwork, stepping in, moving sideways, and moving backwards! We all need to be ready to move in any direction, not just the way
We absolutely love when people in the tennis world share their videos of practices and matches! Today we have two young, beginner tennis players playing a match outdoors. Ian is breaking down their match, their strokes and their game play to give them and other beginners seven easy tips and
The slice can be one of the most difficult shots in tennis to play against, especially if you don't know what you are doing. Slices can go short, or long, left or right, so how do you position yourself properly on the tennis court? We are breaking down an Essential
The old thought of always "Step In" to your shots is a classic tennis tip, but is it actually the best way to hit your groundstrokes? Or is it done the most often? Today we are breaking-down some professional players and taking a look at how often tennis players are