Do you feel accomplished after your practices? Are you prepared for your next tennis match, or are you just WASTING your time on the court! These tips will help you become a better player in your matches by practicing the right way!
So you've been working hard on your kick serve, only to watch your opponents eat it for breakfast. What gives? Well, there's a good chance what you call your "kick serve" might not be kicking at all – here's how to fix it.
Too many doubles player wake up screaming in the middle of the night with nightmares of the foulest of tennis monsters: the LOB. Are you one of them? Don't turn your back on the lob – face year fears and send that nasty beast running with these proven tactics...
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
It's not that your one-handed backhand sucks, it's that you haven't done the work that REALLY matters. There are 3 big reasons why yours doesn't have the power that it could – we're going to show you how we fixed those problems with our students AND some drills to help
You've seen the pros crush one handers, so why can't you? They might be the most talented players in the world, but HOW they do it is no secret – it's simply the use of their body that allows them to unleash huge energy into the ball. Don't believe us?
If you're one of the many players whose one handed backhand is a major liability, there are 3 BIG LIES you've been led to believe – and they're keeping you from developing the one hander weapon that you've wanted from the very beginning. Here's why they're not true (and what
There's a lot of misinformation out there about how topspin REALLY works in tennis, as some comments on a recent video of ours has made painfully clear. So rather than following the Internet's tried-and-true method of just saying "YOU'RE WRONG" and leaving it at that, we decided to set the
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
There are few things more frustrating than realizing you and your doubles partner have left a HUGE hole in the open court, only to watch the other team send a ball straight through it. How did it happen? You and your partner probably weren't following the right movement pattern to