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Three overall recommendations for selecting the right racket.
Good reasons to stretch and tips on how to do it effectively.
Limit your unforced errors
The Sports Rules Book 3rd Edition eBook
A glimpse into a sport that 3.5 million people around the world enjoy.
Do you know what your playing style is? Do you like to come to the net and put the ball away with a volley or overhead? Or are you the type of player who likes to outlast your opponent by never missing a ball? Or do you like to hit the ball hard from the baseline, trying to dictate points and go for winners?
Being able to move well on the court is a huge component of successful tennis.
If you can�t get there, you can�t hit the ball. This oversimplifies the game, but
there is a lot of truth to it. We recommend you work on movement skills daily.
Tennis Anatomy eBook
Being fit enough to endure a long match while pressuring your opponent could be the difference between winning and losing. Coaches know that good volleys are hit with the feet as well as the hands. You have to be in proper position to volley well. Therefore, training the legs is probably the most important activity you can participate in to become a good volleyer.
Tennis Skills & Drills eBook
The value of the drop shot is its element of surprise. This shot is hit well by players such as Novak Djokovic, who has an aggressive baseline game that mixes power with finesse.
As everybody knows, tennis is a game of errors. Deciphering the actual cause of the error is the initial step in error reduction.
Think of the forehand as the foundation of your game. Build a strong base with your forehand, and it will support all of the other strokes.