"D, great article! I posted something (a much smaller version) like this at WebTennisDrills.com titled "The 10 Commandments for Tennis Coaches". My intend was not to teach coaches how to behave on the court but instead to point out facts…"
"Hey, I am an italian tennis player, just moved to Aliso Viejo.
I am looking for players to hit regularly, I have played at high levels in my country since the age of 6, right now I just came back to the court after an injury, told to play 5.5 right…"
Hey, I am an italian tennis player, just moved to Aliso Viejo.
I am looking for players to hit regularly, I have played at high levels in my country since the age of 6, right now I just came back to the court after an injury, told to play 5.5 right now, so I am looking to hit with someone good and have a good practice. let me know ,
I am not looking for lessons, I have already my coach in my country.
Let me know,
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Im now 17 years old, 18 next month. I started playing tennis when i was 15 years old. I gotten good very quickly, I now play for the A and B team in my two clubs but i still want to get as good as i can be.
i was wondering if you can give me some advice?
i am quite a good player, i play for the two top teams in my club. My old coach Harold Malabar he was the best coach in lankashire, he said i could go quite far but i started to late. I want to get as good as i can be, i know i can not go professional as i started to late. My problem is that im not consistant and entend to have lazy feet.
Thanks Cosmin, maybe I can find someone to teach me how NOT to play like I did today. :) I competely sucked out there and was really frustrated. Like I said, I might need a private lesson just for volleying. Ehhh!
Hi Cosmin! It's great to have you here!
We need a Dana Point Tennis page, click that link to start it.
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If you need any help, let me know. Please Invite your buddies. We’re trying to reach 20,000 members by Wimbledon!
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