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THE 3 BIGGEST SERVE MISTAKES (and how to fix them)
Everyone knows what an amazing serve looks like, but why is it so hard to actually hit one like that? Here at the top 3 mistakes keeping players
How to MASTER the Short Ball
During warmup, Ian noticed our recent student Hil was consistently dropping short, floating balls straight into the net. Here's how Hil learned to diagnose and correct EVERY shot
How to fix a LATE Forehand…
Our recent student Hil was having trouble with his forehand, and when Ian checked the footage the reason was clear: he was never really READY to hit one!
How To Have The Perfect Ball Toss On Your Serve!
When you struggle with your serve, it can be a number of things, poor mechanics, timing, movement, but for a lot of tennis players, it is simply the
Get 10x BETTER at Tennis with These Simple Steps! (reaction drills)
A majority of tennis players feel behind in their points and always feel as if they are playing catch up and are out of place. Why do the
How to create SPIN on your Serve
Our recent student Jackie was able to put plenty of pace on her serve, but a total lack of spin meant a tiny margin of error and constant
The Key to an EFFORTLESS Forehand…
There's a key different between a 4.5 level forehand and a 3.5 level forehand: The 4.5 player uses their body to power the swing, and the 3.5 player
How to get POWER on your Overhead!
Many tennis players tend to "dink" their overheads back into the court. The reason they aren't able to produce a strong overhead, or be confident in their swing,
STOP hitting Your Forehand Like This!
Many students come to us to learn better tennis techniques, but rarely do we tell a student we are completely getting rid of their forehand! This student had
How to Spin Your Serve! (flat vs spin)
There are many types of serves you can hit, but one of the safest and most reliable serves you can hit is the "spin" serve. This allows you
How to CONTROL your Volleys
We all know that feeling – when your opponent puts up a high, floating short ball and you move in ready to put away the easy volley, only