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
What are you supposed to do with your feet on a volley? There are many different options, but if you want to TRANSITION through your volley, you need to be doing THIS! Just like the pros, follow these easy tips to step up your volley's!
Sick of standing at the net and watching all the balls fly past you? Be a THREAT at the net (even when your opponent's trying to avoid you) by using this proactive footwork pattern – ensuring you're in the right place at the right time and your team wins more
It's commonly said that you should "shuffle back to the middle" after hitting out of position – but what about when you're way off the court and have left a HUGE area exposed to your opponent? Sometimes it pays to be more aggressive with your recovery footwork, and Gael Monfils
There's a crucial footwork secret that ALL pros utilize in their game which almost no lower-level players are using. Adding it increases reaction time and movement speed, and taking it away slows you down and leaves you chasing down ball after ball. Are you doing it?
We've all seen the pros make RIDICULOUS shots on the run. Well sure – it's easy when you're one of the most talented players in the world right? But it's not the talent that's the secret; it's the technique! Here's how they do it (and you can too)...
It's the mantra of players and coaches throughout the world, echoing through tennis courts since the beginning of time: "Step into the ball!" "Step IN!" And it's good advice – well... sometimes. The truth is, competitive play will put you in countless situations where it's not only difficult to step
When you think of a perfect forehand, you probably think of Roger Federer – so it might surprise you do learn that he does things on his forehand that your coach told you NOT to. Here are the top myths that people believe about hitting a forehand (and why you
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