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Australian open 2011: After Roddick USA (8) is ousted in round 4 of men's singles in straight sets 6-3,6-4,6-4 by Wawrinka SUI (19), my only remaining fav is Nadal.
I am still…Continue
Most of the points in a tennis match are over after only three or four hits. At every level, the majority of points are lost and not won. This means that most of the points are won due to errors rather than winners.
The best way to understand errors is to learn the four mistakes in tennis. They are:
There are many different muscles that contribute to the velocity and power of your Tennis Serve. And not only does each muscle deserve specific attention, but as a whole the muscles should be trained in a way that together they produce power that begins in your toes and is transferred up your body and out to the ball.
Below is an image that displays specific pivot points during your serving motion and is labeled as each of the main muscle groups are activated in…
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You love to watch pro tennis and there is no better way to do it than when you have your pride on the line. Fill out a bracket in our Aussie Open Pick-em and prove to everyone your tennis superiority!
Just fill out the bracket here (be sure to pick Tennisopolis as your…
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Nadal responded to Federer's strategy of attacking returns by serving much more aggressive. You don't have much of Federer asserting the chip and charge against those serves. The other thing to note is how Federer is not crowding the baseline in these rallies. It is true that Federer had the better tempo at the beginning and Nadal weathers the storm like he usually does. Federer even had break point to win the first set. But his backhand in the…Continue