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The smash requires precise positioning underneath the ball.
Complete Conditioning for Tennis
Warm up before each competition
The Sports Rules Book-3rd Edition
A glimpse into a sport that 3.5 million people around the world enjoy.
Playing Tennis After 50 eBook
Three overall recommendations for selecting the right racket.
Breathe Strong, Perform Better
Inspiratory muscle training (IMT) will improve exercise tolerance or performance by delaying the onset of the inspiratory muscle metaboreflex.
For a tennis player, the shoulder is one of the most used (and sometimes overused) areas of the body. Typically, this makes it one of the most injured areas, especially in competitive tennis players.
Tennis Skills & Drills
View a drill from Tennis Skills and Drills.
Once you have become familiar with a proper warm-up and the introductory kettlebell movements, it�s time to learn the classical kettlebell lifts.
Sport scientists have demonstrated the detrimental effects of fatigue during extended tennis play. After about an hour of tennis play, hitting inaccuracy, unforced errors, and mental mistakes begin to creep in; serve and stroke velocity decline; and speed of running to the ball decreases.