Are you sick of being the victim of high, HEAVY forehands that pin you back and force you make contact way above your strike zone? Here's how to turn the tables on your opponent by developing a heavy forehand of your own (and watch them get pinned back for a
So many people argue that the ATP-style forehand is superior to the WTA's – the problem is that almost NONE of them take amateur players into account. Here's why it's not a bad idea to stop trying to hit your forehand like Federer, and try to hit like Sharapova instead
Are your tennis strokes a choppy, jerky mess? Do you wish you could move more smoothly and gracefully on the court like Roger Federer? Well, we can't guarantee that you'll ever be a ballerina on the court, but we CAN tell you how to move more effortlessly. Here's how...
You've probably heard that's it's best to finish your forehand in a certain position ("over the shoulder" probably rings a bell) – so why do we see the pros finish in SO many different positions? Here's why, and what it means for your forehand...
Roger Federer obviously plays tennis better than the rest of us – but did you know that even his SCREW UPS are better? Here's why you should aspire to shank the ball as well as him...
There's a common misconception among recreational players that the kinetic chain – along with its racquet-head-speed-boosting lag and snap - is an advanced technique reserved for high level players. We're happy to tell you that's completely WRONG, and our recent student Laree is living proof (and trust us, she was
You're setting up the point... running your opponent side to side... they cough up the short ball... you close in and *BAM* you crush it straight into the net. Why is what should be the EASIEST shot in tennis something so many players struggle to hit? Here's the secret, and
If you've played tennis long enough, then you've heard it before: "Finish over your shoulder!" "Elbow in the air!" "Hand up next to your ear!" The truth is, lots of tennis lessons are FILLED with good advice that you shouldn't always always follow. Here's why you shouldn't always finish your
So you've got no problem generating topspin on your forehand... consider yourself blessed! But what if all you can hit is loopy, spinny balls with no drive? That's exactly the problem our student Phil was having, and here's how we got him hitting forehands with tons of pace in no
First off, let's start with the obvious: DON'T call anyone older than you an "Old Fart" – ESPECIALLY when they have better tennis strokes than you! Here's Kevin's response to a recent comment comment calling the "kinetic chain a young man's game". Here's why you're never too old to learn