Seles, born in the former Yugoslavia, is one of several No. 1 players who trained or boarded at the academy, including Andre Agassi, Jim Courier, Maria Sharapova, Marcelo Rios, and Serena and Venus Williams. Sharapova, who owns a house in nearby Longboat Key, still uses the academy as a base. Other active players who have trained there recently…Continue
Added by phillip k. on March 1, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
I recently teamed up with Kevin Garlington to make a new serving lesson video. Learning how to serve is hard enough, but then implementing the serve into match play is another challenge in itself.
In this brand new video your going to learn little knows serving strategies for righty and lefties that the pros use to win matches and that you can use by the time you finish watching this video.
The reason why serving strategies are so important is because having one, allows you to…Continue
Added by Peter Freeman on February 27, 2014 at 6:11am — No Comments
Do you ever wonder what to do with those high floaters in the middle of the court? I mean should you volley it in to be safe or whale away? Today I am going to show you what Rafa Nadal would do and how you can use this shot in your game.
So choice A is to volley it with a punch. Do you think Rafa would choose choice A? Maybe sometimes but most of the time he would…Continue
Added by Peter Freeman on February 18, 2014 at 5:00am — No Comments
Recently, Rafael Nadal has been catching some heat from Federer for his lengthy breaks and according to a survey, about three-quarters of us fans are unhappy with his many mini-vacations during matches as well, although officials…Continue
Added by Doug Ingbretsen on February 14, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
Great news! Just got confirmation from Yann at FifthSet tennis that he is sending out a demo of his new Sweet Spotter. What do you think of it? I will have a full review in weeks to come.
San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
Founded in Lyon, France 1875, Babolat invented racket strings and is the oldest company specializing in racket sports. The Babolat "Double line" logo…Continue
Added by Mark / The Mayor on February 10, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
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just ordered it from Ebay for $4.39 and can't wait to see what all the talk is about. Has it helped you?
Miami, FL (PRWEB) - Babolat Play is the first Bluetooth or USB connectable, app-ready racquet to ever hit the market. On December 3rd, shoppers can get their hands on the new tennis racquet online and in-store at Biscayne Tennis. For the first time, everyday players get access to professional swing analysis without paying for a coach or attending expensive clinics. Players will even be able to compare their game and progress with world famous tennis players like…Continue
For the last few years, classic sneakers have had a bit of a renaissance in the marketplace. Leading the way has been the early Nike, Vans, and of course the iconic white and green accented Stan Smiths. In 2012, Adidas stopped production and distribution of the Smiths, and shoe connoseurs took notice: New Stan Smiths were hard to come by.
The idea is to build up demand through scarcity and…Continue
Added by Mark / The Mayor on January 31, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
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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
The 2014 Australian Open starts tomorrow and I am so excited. Each year I give you a preview of the Australian Open Draw and do my best to give you a predication on who I think will win.
The 2014 Australian Open I believe will be really good. The sad thing though this is probably the first year where I don't believe Roger Federer even has a shot. Now that he is number 6 in the world there is just too much fire power he would have to go through. On his…Continue
Added by Peter Freeman on January 12, 2014 at 7:00am — No Comments
From the New York Times:
Hewitt, who has had the nickname Rusty for years, looked anything but, playing well in nearly all the aspects of his game. He often returned Federer’s serve with interest, and he used a deep arsenal of shots to finish off points.
Federer, conversely, was often…
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