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
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Your weak return of serve is costing you matches.…Continue
Do you struggle with your toss? If the answer is yes, then you’re not alone. I'd say roughly 3/4 of Tennisopolis members do.
In Pat Rafter's second free video lesson, he shares a story about his struggle to develop a consistent & reliable toss. He also tells us how he solved the problem, confused his own dad, and the rest is history - winning the US Open twice.…Continue
How to Hit a Kicker...
and why it is the Best Serve at the Recreational Level…Continue
Do you want a forehand like Rafa, The Djoker, or Federer? Well I have some good news for you! If you truly want a strong forehand like the pros you can develop one. Of course I can't promise you that your shot will be as strong as their shot, after all they are some of the greatest players of all time.
What I can promise however, is that with hard work and a lot of…Continue
Hi,I have just started playing tennis for a few months and of course was not that great.
I started looking for tennis instructors or lessons but most of them are high priced.
Just a month ago i was looking thru a magazine and found a deal, four, once a week classes for 100$.
These classes are two hours each lesson, and there are two instructors that are real polite and have a lot of experience.
I learned alot already, and started playing more frequently since i…Continue
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Instruction, coaching, and lesson taking are factors that should not be taken on a whim. I can’t stress enough the need to plan out each step of your instructional method. Lessons are the cornerstone to improvement in tennis.…Continue
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Make contact with the ball just in front of your forward foot and keep the ball on the strings as long as possible. The racquet face should travel on a straight upward line through the hitting zone in the direction you want the ball to go. If you’re trying to hit the ball crosscourt, make contact a little farther out in front. But if you’re trying to send the ball down the line, make contact a…Continue
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