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Like you and I, the top pros are always improving. Although the the best in the world, they are still have more to learn. This group is dedicated to the players across the world who are interested in improving their game to get to the next level.

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When the ball isn't in your court.

Started by Dean Wright. Last reply by Dean Wright Apr 10, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by Dr. Don R. Mueller on July 21, 2012 at 7:58pm

Greetings from Professor Tennis:

http://about.me/ProfessorTennis

"The Home of the Physics of Tennis."
http://www.ProfessorTennis.net

Comment by Steve Viglione on August 11, 2008 at 8:30am
Thanks for Joining,

I run the site TopsinSports.com which provides videos, articles and tips from local, world famous, and internet famous tennis pros. The goal of the site is to gather all the best tennis lessons (tips) into one great source from the most trusted pros in the world....

Here is a tip to get you started from Daniel Spatz:

How to Beat the Player that Always Beats You

How to play... and try to win against that opponent who always beats us and complicates our game plan?

The 10 Possible Ways to Victory

Accept that we will be nervous, made anxious by the occasion; Make sure that this doesn't keep us from developing a "game plan". Being positive and optimistic is fundamental!

Enter the court ready and willing to play with great intensity (Mental AND Physical), keeping our feet moving at all times. Standing still without "fighting" will not help our cause!

Compete for EVERY point, taking "face on" every challenge that our rival presents us with. Try - if at all possible - to stay close in the score, not allowing our opponent any chance to "run away with it".

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