In modern tennis you approach the ball with the racquet’s frame, the upper edge,…Continue
Added by Oscar Wegner on September 25, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments
Have you ever used a sponge ball (those oversized orange/yellow now sold for kids) and played it back and forth over the net with your hand?
This is perhaps the most basic and most helpful drill of all.
If you don't have a partner, you can do this drill against a wall or your garage door. Once…Continue
The Forehand can seem like a very complicated stroke to master as there are several steps that need to happen in a particular order with great fluidity and smoothness. To start without feeling overwhelmed here are the steps that need to be understood and perfected:
• The side on position
• The take back
• The drop of the racquet
To learn more about how mastering these three steps can help you hit a world class forehand check out my blog:…Continue
Added by Aleksey Bubis on April 16, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments
One is - what 99% of the people that hold a racket play. That one is to try and hit the ball over the net. The other is what most pros and some college players are capable of, and that is utilizing the entire body and playing an effortless, precise, powerful and "natural" looking game. It's time for all of us to elevate our teaching and playing and get more players in that second category. Everyone can play the game utilizing their entire body to stroke the ball - on all strokes! Help…Continue
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The US Open has started and it is absolutely beautiful to watch the male and female tennis players move around the court with grace, power, prowess and precision. How motivating it is for us to try to be at least a little bit like them. If you watch carefully, you will notice smooth and quick footwork, strong lower body and core, and many big forehands.
In your off-court training, you want to focus on the leg and core…Continue
Added by Suzanna Tennis-Fitness on September 5, 2011 at 5:22pm — No Comments
Ryan Sweeting at U.S. Clay Court Championships in Houston, Texas.
I'll try to get some footage of Isner v. Karlovic edited and posted soon.
click here for some great Tennis Training…Continue
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