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We cover all areas of the game - strokes, tactics, singles, doubles, footwork, and the all important material between your ears - playing the mental game
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Get instant access to over five years of worth of instructional content. Our library currently has over 400 lessons, and we deliver a new lessons plan each month, which includes – video lessons, on court diagrams, articles and stroke analyses – all revolve around specific themes with well defined action plans. All monthly topics are focused on a particular area of the game.
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All lessons are organized within the following easily accessed categories – whatever your project, or what you are working in – you can go quickly to find targeted lessons for everything under the tennis sun. Throughout the library many lessons are backed up by actual professional footage, which clearly shows how the fundamentals are the same for the pros as they are for you.
Timing, rhythm, court awareness, patterns of play, how to narrow your focus when hitting and expand your focus to see what the opponent does with their return, drop shots, nuances of grip and how those grips influence the point of contact and resulting spin
Eastern forehands, semi western forehands, whipping full western forehands, inside out and up the line, and of course many lessons on stepping inside the baseline to take the ball at the top of the bounce and make something happen
One handed and two handed backhands, under spin, over spin, use of the shoulders, examples of Federer and Djokovic, backhands need not be avoided, this section of the library will show you how and why.
The most important shot in the game, often the most difficult to master – our lessons cover everything from soup to nuts – balance, rhythm, height of toss, serving tall, nuances of the grip, keys to a glancing (read spinning) blow.
Think “wall to the ball” – here we present lessons on high volleys, low volleys, volleying to the open court, and specifically how this essentially blocking hit looks and feels so much different topspin forehands or side spin serves.
Movement is often called the name of our game, and when it comes to the feet we have many many lessons on how to start more quickly, what precise balance looks and feels like at contact, and how recovery is more than just getting back, but rather back to something called the “midline of the opponent’s angle of play”.
If the majority of the game is played “between the ears” – we have scores of articles on relaxation, focus, monitoring effort and minimizing errors – all from the point of view of choosing the correct shot, choosing the best attitude, and letting the winning take care of itself (for it will).
An entire section devoted to the tactical elements of the game, many lessons are presented with overhead court diagrams, showing how the geometry of the court often dictates either the correct shot (from you) or how to cause the incorrect shot (from the opponent).
Teamwork, partnering, setting your partner up when they are in front of you at the net, playing ground strokes to the moving rather than the stationary net opponent, again many lessons are presented with overhead diagrams which clearly show what to do when, and why.
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