Hi Everyone this is CoachV Over the last 5 years I have gained about 40lbs I went from a 165lbs to 205lbs. My performance on court wasn't really hampered much outside from an occasional cramping in the legs after a hard…Continue
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Lleyton Glynn Hewitt (born 24 February 1981) is an Australian professional tennis player and former World No. 1. Hewitt is the youngest male ever to be ranked number one in the world, at the age of 20. His most notable career achievements include winning the 2001 US Open and 2002 Wimbledon men’s singles…Continue
Many tennis players ask me how do i buy a tennis racket. Buying a tennis racket is a very important decision. The first thing you want to consider is what level tennis player are you? Beginner intermediate or advanced.
The next thing you want to asking when deciding on a tennis racket is...what do you want the racket to do for you? Are you look for more power or control on your shots?
And the final thing to consider is…
Added by Peter Freeman on December 31, 2013 at 10:47am — No Comments
Is it finally time to learn to string? Did you know that for under $200 dollars you can actually string your own rackets, with a little know how, a basic drop-weight stringing machine and the racket stringing 101 course that I am offering free through my site. Go to racketstringingtips.com for more information.
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here is a new video of some pictures I took at the Riviera Country Club meeting of the USPTA. You probably recognize some of these guys :) VIDEO Tennisopolis: So Cal USPTA Roll-Call @Riviera Country Club: http://youtu.be/uiIqOFDkcIw plz watch & share!
Added by phillip k. on December 24, 2013 at 1:59am — No Comments
The backhand return can be tricky for lots of tennis players to master. Most people end up hitting off the back leg and the ball pops up. This exercise will help you develop muscle memory that will have you moving forward through the ball. Enjoy.
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I've been in tennis for over 30 years and have played recreationally as well as having been on leagues. I also have been working the US Open Tennis for over 10 years in the transportation department. I've also written tennis articles as a freelancer in local NYC papers years ago. I enjoy tennis, seeing the pros play at tournaments and just watching recreationally. I don't really play anymore because I haven't the time but started a podcast about tennis called "TennisChat". It…Continue
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Understanding how topspin works will hopefully help you get over your fear of going for your shots, especially when hitting your second serve with a continental grip. Watch this video for further explaination.
Tennisopolis TV has joined forces with new sports channel sportive23.net which boosts over 20,000 twitter followers and hundreds of page views. Primarily known as an outlet for Soccer / Football, with an audience in Africa, Sportive23.net is launching it's new tennis news blog and featuring Tennisopolis as it's content provider.
If you would like to have your content included at Sportive23.net in addition to Tennisopolis, please contact us at email@example.com
Added by phillip k. on December 9, 2013 at 10:48am — No Comments
Passion is an intense emotion compelling, enthusiasm, or desire for anything. If you have a passion for tennis, enjoy this video.
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Since I decided that I wanted to play college tennis, I had to deal with lots of stuffs, I knew that this will take a while, it will require of effort, sacrifice, dedication and is because every single thing in life that its worth to fight for, it´ll requiere to do what ever it takes.
I had read a lot of athlete stories and I found something in common and I found that they did a lot of sacrifices, as a tennis player I´ve learn that to be the best you can be you have to change…Continue
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Desires means that no one and nothing will prevent you from doing what is necessary to reach your goals. Players with sincere desire do not look at making time to practice as a sacrifice. Anyone can say he "wants to be the best tennis player in the world", but only a few will pay the price that this requieres. Those who has become the best in anything they didnt get there by making time or avoiding the work hard that they knew this will take. To be a truly champion you need to make serious…Continue