Ever wished you could run your opponent back and forth with precise down-the-line and crosscourt shots? It turns out, controlling the angle of your forehand is WAY simpler than you probably thought – here's how to do it.
If you want a more powerful forehand, DON'T just swing your arm harder! By doing so, you ignoring the biggest, strongest parts of their body and rely on the smaller and weaker parts, resulting in a weak, tense shot. Here's how the pros engage their whole body to unleash energy
Effortless Power: the elusive quality that ALL the pros exhibit on their forehand that very FEW amateur players can replicate. So what's the secret sauce? It turns out, most players are TRYING too hard to hit a powerful forehand, introducing tension and guaranteeing that they won't be successful. Here's how
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
Great forehand technique alone is NOT enough – you have to have the footwork to position yourself effectively or that good technique goes right out the window. Whether you're hitting on the run, one the rise or inside out, here's how to quickly and easily put yourself in the best
Swing as hard as you want – if you're making contact too close to your body, your forehand is NOT as powerful as it could be. Here's how we helped one student learn from the best and extend his contact point for a more fluid, powerful forehand motion...
Want to play tennis? All you need is a racquet, a court and 10 minutes! Getting into tennis for the first time doesn't have to be intimidating – we've laid out how to hit EVERY stroke you need to play the game, and thrown in super super-useful tips to help
EVERY tennis player wants a powerful forehand, but let's be real – no matter how bad you may want it, there isn't a "quick fix" that's going to get you there; a powerful forehand is the result of multiple motions working together in unison and unleashing energy into the ball.
After months or even years of taking regular tennis lessons, do you feel STUCK at the same level of play? If so, it's highly likely that the lessons you've been taking are just a bad fit for you and your tennis goals. Here are the top 5 SIGNS that you
If you've been there, you know it's one of the most frustrating things in the world: pouring blood, sweat and tears into improving your tennis game but ending up STUCK. No matter how lost you might feel, there IS a way out, and it starts with addressing the problem. This