It's pretty well known that tension is bad, and robs your swings of power... but once you're able to relax and let 'er rip, how do you keep control of the ball? Megan's got the answer in today's Ask ET... Ready to maximize your forehand power, spin, and accuracy?? Register
Take your game one step further by grabbing this 4 page Action Plan and get Step-by-Step directions to avoiding these mistakes today. You are making 3 of the biggest mistakes in tennis. How do I know? Because from the beginner level to the best in the world, everyone makes these
No matter who you are, what your level is, or how long you’ve been playing...everyone gets nervous. Because of this, we must learn to embrace our nerves and anxiety. Too often, when we get nervous we think of ourselves as bad competitors - or worse, as unworthy of winning. However,
Today's Quick Tip Is All About Focus. When you lose your backhand completely.........you work to improve it. When your serve keeps missing in the net.........you work to improve it. When your forehand's sailing long......................you work to improve it. So when we hear things like "I lost the match because I'm
Hit the most ACCURATE groundstrokes of your life with this coaching series - Click Here! Learn how to place your forehands and backhands on a dime with these videos - Click Here! In trying to create more power on their forehand or backhand most tennis players make the big mistake of try too hard.
The concept and drill I have to share with you in today's lesson is absolutely vital to your success as a tennis player. If you can understand and correctly impliment what I'm teaching today then it will mean more power, spin and accuracy on your forehand, backhand and serve. No fooling! Hit