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At 4:21pm on November 20, 2011, Bill Patton said…

Doug,

Congrats on being featured.

 

Bill

At 2:11am on September 28, 2009, Reibin Amin said…
Hi!

I am just looking to find friends who like tennis :)
also check my blog out and post a comment

www.valiantgame.com
At 1:07pm on September 9, 2009, Brandan Cloud said…
Hey Hofer!

Finally a group of people that play. I have recently just been playing on and off with one of my friends. This is exactl what I'm looking for. Whats your email address I couldn't find it anywhere. Thanks!
At 9:16pm on June 19, 2009, Mark / The Mayor said…
Coach, please join the Teaching Pros & Tennis Coaches group here in Tennisopolis to connect with other pros. I would like for all pros and coaches that are members to join this group to connect with other pros. Please click here to check it out and join.
Thanks,
Mark
At 9:47am on November 8, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hi Hofer, how's it going?

Just wanted to point you to a couple of fun groups that popped up.
My Racket, What's Yours?? is a place to show off your weapon of choice.
Prince Players, We Got Next set up by Prince, Inc.
Fans of Serena - obvious title, but I'm not joining. ;-)
To see a full list of the "internet-based" or "special interest" Groups that have been created over the last year, click here to check them out.
Mark
At 9:37pm on May 19, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hey Doug. Great job in the last Pick-em!
Just a heads up, we're going to do the French Open Pick-em contest, so get your brain working. You'll see the graphics on the main page soon-ish and keep an eye on this thread in the Forum. Good luck.
Mark
At 11:55pm on March 25, 2008, hofertennis said…
Thanks Mark, but I already did the Pick-em for the Tennisopolis team.
At 5:04pm on March 25, 2008, Mark / The Mayor said…
Hi Hofer, Do the Miami Tournament Pick-em contest. We need about 8 more entrants to qualify in the battle-of-the-boards. It makes following the tournament more fun. And will bring more eyeballs to Tennisopolis. Gotta sign up by late tonight. :-)
M
At 9:48am on March 1, 2008, Amy said…
Thank you so much for your help. I am heading off to the local tennis shop today to have the tape added. I am sure I'll be back with more questions in the future!
At 12:28am on March 1, 2008, hofertennis said…
The Wilson Nano Hope is a good racquet for beginners. I am not a big fan of large head, light weight , super stiff racquets. Keep the racquet add some lead tape. If you see my website then you know I sell and promote Dunlop racquets, but I don't think you need a new stick just some added weight.
At 11:53pm on February 29, 2008, Amy said…
I have the Wilson Nano Hope....I like the head size at 113. but the weight is a problem. I will try the tape though. If you were recommending a racket to a beginner with "some" skill, what would you suggest?
At 2:41pm on February 29, 2008, hofertennis said…
Hi Amy,
What racquet are you using? If you add lead tape, it's best to add a little at a time until you get it where you like it. Add the tape to the 9 & 3 o'clock positions and if you can add the same amount under the grip to help keep the balance the same.
At 9:44am on February 29, 2008, Amy said…
Hello! I just checked out your website and I love it.
Alot of great info! I am having trouble with the weight of my racket....9.5....I went and bought it without trying it...beginners mistake. Anyway, should I add the lead tape, and if so, how do I know how much to add?
At 10:52am on January 26, 2008, Ashley said…
From the San Fernando Valley....
At 2:54pm on January 23, 2008, Danny Tarpley said…
Hey Doug:
Yes I am a USPTA Pro-1 going for my Master`pro soon. Been a Pro-1 for 15 years and in the industry for 27. Was the Vice President of the USPTA in Southern CA. Looking to move back as well. Own www.TennisJobs.com and www.TennisShop.net.
Thanks for stopping by. Drop me a line anytime if you need anything.
At 2:42pm on January 23, 2008, hofertennis said…
I just glad I could help. Continued good luck!
At 10:33am on January 23, 2008, joe wright said…
heya hofer thankx for the advice because im at the top of my game my shots have never been so good its all more pwer and more spin i cant believe it and im beating peole i have never dreamed of beating so thanks for the advice
At 12:16am on January 14, 2008, hofertennis said…
jun,
The USPTA is the older and first tennis professional trade association. To be PTR certified you must follow a standard teaching method developed by Dennis Van de Mere. Basiclly way back then it was Dennis' association. The USPTA feels there is not a specific standard of teaching since tennis mechanics has evolved with newer technology. Can you imagine the PTR 15 years ago when the only approved method of hitting a forehand was to step into the ball shifting your weight. Now we see the open stance with even more power because of the transfer of angular movement. That's how I percieve the difference between the USPTA and PTR. I know many PTR pros and have great respect for them. Having both would make you a more well educated pro but having a PTR is probably good enough for your students since.
At 6:03pm on January 11, 2008, hofertennis said…
Make sure your body is turning forward but your racquet is moving upward with the strings perfectly vertical. This is topspin, brushing up behind the ball with the racquet vetical. The slightest tilt of the racquet face and the ball will take off.
At 5:57pm on January 11, 2008, joe wright said…
ok i done that and my backhand has obviously improved but if i try and hit it as hard as my forehand it goes 2 ieces and i have no control

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