Category Archives: General Tips

A Common Myth Regarding the Slice

I found a picture of some random guy hitting a slice. It looks like he knows what he’s doing! Check out his racket angle on contact.  Many tennis players learning the slice tend to focus on generating an absolutely ridiculous … Continue reading

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When to Slice

I recently received a very good question regarding when to slice, so here is my short answer. First I would like you to refer to the shot selection chart that I used for one of my posts some time back. … Continue reading

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How to Win More Big Points in Tennis

Let’s face it, no matter what level of competitive tennis you play it is inevitable that you will find yourself in a “big point” situation. In other words, a point that could change the momentum of a match either positively … Continue reading

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The Importance of your Eyes and Instincts in Tennis

You may have heard your coach tell you to “keep your eye on the ball” time and time again. Although this is important, especially at the early stages of learning the game – I strongly believe that training your optical … Continue reading

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The Importance of Dynamic Warm-up, Stretching and Pre-hab Exercises

If you ever find yourself wandering around a professional tennis tournament, chances are you will probably see a couple things; plyometric ladders, jump ropes, resistance bands, dynamic warm up routines, and post workout static stretching routines. Today I would like … Continue reading

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How to beat players who slice everything

Almost every day, my players tell me about how they played a person over the weekend who sliced everything and they felt like they couldn’t do anything to counter these super low and short shots. Although this can be very … Continue reading

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