Category Archives: General Tips

Just go for it!

Jimmy Connors, who was formerly ranked as the number 1 tennis player in the world once said, “Tennis is 90% mental” and he is for the most part spot-on. Of course, when you are in the beginning stages of the … Continue reading

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Is your technique ugly? Here’s what to focus on

You’re not alone when it comes to awkward looking technique. In fact, Jim Courier, Karsten Braasch, Monica Seles, Fabrice Santoro, Byron Black etc. are just a few professional players that don’t have picture perfect technique. However, what is visible to … Continue reading

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The Inside Targets & Beyond

As promised from my last post, I will be extrapolating on what I call the “inside targets.” Please refer to the images that I have included for a visual (Please forgive me in advanced, as you can see I am … Continue reading

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Quick Tip! When to “close” your racket

Did you know that you are supposed to “close” your racket face during your take-back, and not when you are impacting the ball? Watch Wawrinka’s racket face during his take-back and contact point. What part of the ball you impact … Continue reading

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What to do & Where to be in singles

A lot of tennis players have difficulty understanding where you should stand on the court, and how to respond to certain shots. This is important because good shot selection will give you the greatest chances of winning points. Today I … Continue reading

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Serving Into The Sun

Welcome to Tucson, AZ where the sun is always right in your face. Be that as it may, tennis players must learn how to play in many weather conditions. This can make things difficult for players not willing to adapt … Continue reading

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