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Tennis and the spirit within

Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves.Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show one’s mastery over a simple task, in most cases, of controlling and placing a ball, and a tool to learn controlling one’s body as well.Whether baseball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, golf, cricket, squash, badminton, handball, bowling, hockey, lacrosse, ping-pong or croquet, pool or billiards, mastery is, or isn’t, a simple thing.Humans are very…See More
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Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves.Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show one’s mastery over a simple task, in most cases, of controlling and placing a ball, and a tool to learn controlling one’s body as well.Whether baseball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, golf, cricket, squash, badminton, handball, bowling, hockey, lacrosse, ping-pong or croquet, pool or billiards, mastery is, or isn’t, a simple thing.Humans are very…See More
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Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves.Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show one’s mastery over a simple task, in most cases, of controlling and placing a ball, and a tool to learn controlling one’s body as well.Whether baseball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, golf, cricket, squash, badminton, handball, bowling, hockey, lacrosse, ping-pong or croquet, pool or billiards, mastery is, or isn’t, a simple thing.Humans are very…See More
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Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves.Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show one’s mastery over a simple task, in most cases, of controlling and placing a ball, and a tool to learn controlling one’s body as well.Whether baseball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, golf, cricket, squash, badminton, handball, bowling, hockey, lacrosse, ping-pong or croquet, pool or billiards, mastery is, or isn’t, a simple thing.Humans are very…See More
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Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves.Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show one’s mastery over a simple task, in most cases, of controlling and placing a ball, and a tool to learn controlling one’s body as well.Whether baseball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, golf, cricket, squash, badminton, handball, bowling, hockey, lacrosse, ping-pong or croquet, pool or billiards, mastery is, or isn’t, a simple thing.Humans are very…See More
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Humans have an inborn desire to know themselves.Sports have become not only a discharger of accumulated energy but also a vehicle to show one’s mastery over a simple task, in most cases, of controlling and placing a ball, and a tool to learn controlling one’s body as well.Whether baseball, basketball, tennis, football, soccer, golf, cricket, squash, badminton, handball, bowling, hockey, lacrosse, ping-pong or croquet, pool or billiards, mastery is, or isn’t, a simple thing.Humans are very…See More
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Oscar Wegner's Articles

Play Like the Pros

Posted on November 26, 2013 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

What is wrong with the idea, on the forehand, of turning the body and the feet sideways, taking the racquet back early, stepping into the shot, and following the line of the ball?

Simply, everything.

The reason why the modern forehand is naturally open-stance is two-fold:  1) the open stance…

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Don't Lose Your Head

Posted on November 20, 2013 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

The tennis court seems very big to cover. Could that be an illusion? Is that really real, or a matter of viewpoint?

If you are in the…

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Solving the Riddle

Posted on November 13, 2013 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

I hope you had the chance to watch both the WTA Championships in Istambul two weeks ago and the ATP World Tour Finals in London last week.

Although it looked like a superb mastery of the game, all performances showed brilliance interspersed with unforced errors galore.

Why is it that…

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Best of the Best

Posted on November 6, 2013 at 2:00pm 3 Comments

Roger Federer is still full of promise. His recent performances reveal that he is in great shape and playing close with Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal.

All he needs to do is fix a few mishaps on his forehand and regain the confidence in what was at one time the best forehand in…

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The Magic of Calmly Waiting Mentally While Moving Fast and Furiously

Posted on October 28, 2013 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

Tennis seems to be a very fast sport, but I have a surprise for you:

IT IS NOT!

Let me explain.

From baseline to baseline, a groundstroke loses more than half its speed.  A forehand hit at 100 MPH at one baseline gets to the other baseline at around 40 MPH. One hit…

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At 5:35pm on May 27, 2014, Oscar Wegner said…

I would love to give the Best of Oscar Modern Tennis Methodology for $10 (usually $25 at tennisteacher.com) including Shipping to those interested. E mail me at tennisoscar@aol.com and I'll arrange it

At 5:32pm on May 27, 2014, Oscar Wegner added a gift to their profile…
At 1:13pm on August 8, 2013, Brian Atkns said…

Looking to play casual, intermediate tennis. Willing to travel. Brian

At 9:44am on August 7, 2013, Mark / The Mayor said…

Would love to hear your thoughts on which tennis rules are broken the most.  Here's the discussion:  http://tennisopolis.com/forum/topics/which-tennis-rules-get-ignored

Thanks,

M

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At 7:22pm on August 17, 2011, gus tseo said…

I am too late for your clinics.

Will that comming to Barnes T. C. again?

At 12:52pm on November 08, 2010, Myiesha Simmons gave Oscar Wegner a gift
At 11:27pm on July 11, 2010, rachel said…
WOOF!
At 5:26pm on May 29, 2010, rachel said…
Hello Oscar! ;-)
At 10:20am on February 4, 2010, Oscar Wegner said…
Dear Friends,I

have relocated from Florida to Southern California and have some exciting news in that regard:

GROUP CLINICS
First, I will be continuing to offer group clinics which have proven so popular around the country. Although I will be concentrating on the Southern California area initially, I will be available for clinics in other locations throughout the year. If you are interested in a group clinic near your place of residence, I suggest you contact one of our MTM Certified Coaches in your area who will then contact me.

If you would prefer to organize your own area clinic please contact us for details.

PRIVATE COACHING
For those who live in Southern California or who would like to travel to Los Angeles, I will be offering private coaching on a limited basis. If necessary, I can arrange for living quarters. Please e-mail me or Lucile if you would like to be considered for this opportunity.

HIGH-PERFORMANCE TRAINING
Beginning this year, I will initiate a program in which I will offer one-on-one, high-performance training with selected players and coaches. Applications are now being accepted for 2010. Initially, I will offer these in my place of residence in Encino, thereafter expanding to other facilities. (apply here)

I look forward to an amazing year and meeting many of you in person.

With my best regards,

Oscar Wegner
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