The toughest part about playing consistent players, is how to combat the fact they won't miss! So you need to play just a consistent, and safe, but with more power. So how can you be consistent but have power and be offensive? TOPSPIN!
The biggest thing holding your tennis game back isn't your racquet, your age, or your fashion decisions – it's deeply engrained habits that won't go away by simply learning the correct way to do things. Here's how to dismantle and retrain them so you can achieve the level of tennis
On day 4 of the book tour, Ian meets with one of the biggest personalities of the tennis world for a face to face interview. The reception to his life's work isn't exactly what he was hoping for...
Do you actually know how to aim your tennis shots? What is happening with the racquet and the ball? Most tennis players get so frustrated when they miss a shot out wide or long by a few inches, but it comes down to thousandths of a second! Do you how
On day 3 of the Essential Tennis book tour, Ian and Joel visit our friends over at @PlayYourCourt.com for a fun filled interview, lessons and matchplay! However, before they can get to the serious tennis videos of the day, Ian and Joel take some time enjoying what Virginia Beach has
Many tennis players struggle with tension and not staying smooth and relaxed like we see professional players. Here is a fun and easy drill that will test your ability to stay smooth on your groundstrokes!
A forehand is one of the most used strokes in tennis, so it makes sense to have a powerful one. But how do you achieve that? Most people believe it comes from the racquet, so they use their arms, but that is not the correct way to think about it.
One the second stop of the book tour with Joel, everything was going to plan shooting a video with Peter Freeman until a curb snuck up on his brand new car...
Many tennis players struggle with volley's and other touch shots because they don't have good control over their racquet and a good connection with their hands. Here are a few easy drills to practice so you can have expert hands the next time you're on the court!