Category Archives: Doubles Strategy

Why Trusting Your Technique is Critical

This week’s tip is simple, but frequently overlooked thanks to our competitive spirits. Many players strive for proper technique when it comes to their strokes, regardless of which style they play. There is a reason why proper technique exists, and … Continue reading

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What is Most Important to Improving Your Tennis Game

For this weeks tip I will be responding to a great question. “What is most important to improving your game, hitting against a ball machine or playing matches?” That is a great question! However, the answer depends on a variety … Continue reading

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How to Beat Mr. and Mrs. Moon-baller

Lobbing the ball in singles or doubles can sometimes be a great strategy to use. Over the years I have heard my fair share of players ask me how to deal with that pesky highball. Usually players do not struggle … Continue reading

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The Key to Winning More Points & Matches = Increasing Shot Tolerance

Part of becoming a better tennis player is being constantly cognizant of what type of player you are. When going into a match you must be conscious of what you are looking to accomplish and how you will execute your … Continue reading

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Using the Correct Grips

After playing tennis for over 20 years I can confidently say that I have mastered the way I grip my racket and also the way I switch between grips for different shots during point play. If you are unable to … Continue reading

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Beating a Better Tennis Player – It Can Be Done!

As tennis players we all strive to have the very best strokes and hit the ball as hard, and as accurately as possible – EVERY single time. However, this strategy is not always the best and most intelligent one to … Continue reading

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