Thanks for reading my post. I appreciate it. You may find it easier to hit down the line with a neutral stance (left foot in front of the right foot, for a right hander) because in order to successfully change the direction of the shot…"
"I find that it is easier to hit a powerful down the line FH with a closed stance. The open stance for me seems better at crosscourt and topspin, but when I need to drive it I find that I have more of a closed stance. What do you think?"
Myth #2: You should always step forward into the ball with your leftfoot on your forehand (closed stance) and stay downTruth: Hit from an open stance, focus on lifting. Using an open stance on yourforehand (see photo) is a more natural way to stroke the tennis ball. The openstance not only helps your stroke but allows you to…See More
Tennis Myth And TruthsI wrote my book, The 7 Most Destructive Tennis Myths - EXPOSED...because I am concerned that the traditional or conventional way of teachingtennis has destroyed the natural, athletic way of learning and playing tennis. Ithas instead created a very mechanical, almost robotic way of hitting the tennisball.…See More
"Thanks for reading my post, Mark. I would say that this book is for anyone, at any level, who has been frustrated with their development while continually spending money on lessons learning to stroke the tennis ball in a more conventional manner. I…"
HI motez, I play 3.5 to 4.5 players and belong to McMullen but can play on any public courts. Looking for tennis partners to play matches or workouts. Phone is 727-480-8577 Hope to hear from you, Keith Long
Hey! I tried to email you but it kicked back to me saying it couldn't send to that address. so here's what i was wondering: If it was always on mondays and wednesdays and how it exactly works. I think i may want to check it out. my sister is going to come and see what i do first before she makes her decision. hah. but i think i may be interested. it's just ten dollars a class? do i have to sign up somewhere first or just come? Thanks for the help! it's actually easier if you email me actually. firstname.lastname@example.org. THANKS!