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Few Tips For Improving Forehand, Backhand And Serve

Few Tips For Improving Forehand, Backhand And Serve

05/31/2013

Most tennis players improve their skills through trial and error. Tips and instructions can help you a lot with this. The process of improving in tennis is based on the proper mindset, hard work, and correct instruction. Keeping an open mind will definitely help you a lot with fulfilling your goal. If you learned to play in one way and a tennis coach shows you the...

How Should A Training Program For A Tennis Player Look Like?

How Should A Training Program For A Tennis Player Look Like?

05/23/2013

Every sport is physically demanding, so players usually create a training program in order to increase physical endurance. This helps them to be better on the court. Some have trainers, some don’t, but the goal is the same – to improve their game and prepare themselves for the big tournaments. The main thing is to figure out your goal and to work towards...

Main Differences Between Professional Tennis Players And Amateurs

Main Differences Between Professional Tennis Players And Amateurs

05/15/2013

There are different rules that tennis leagues have for allowing professionals to play, with some assigning different definitions of “professional” and “amateur” to individuals. There is no universal definition for pro or amateur, but you can use several basic guidelines to determine whether you or someone else falls under one of these classifications...

How to Stop a Sandbagger?

How to Stop a Sandbagger?

05/02/2013

Each new tennis season is another opportunity for league and tournament play. It's a chance to improve your game, compete against different players, and most of all, have fun. Well, recreational tennis is supposed to be just that. But in practice, there are different reasons for playing tennis. It could be for fun of playing at the level that is challenging, or it...

Backhand – Important Stroke In Tennis

Backhand – Important Stroke In Tennis

04/26/2013

BACKHAND – IMPORTANT STROKE IN TENNIS Backhand is any shot hit from your non-dominant side. It may be the most undervalued and intimidating stroke in tennis. There are two main ways to hit a backhand: one-handed or two-handed and most players decide which way they are going to hit their backhand early in their training. Both ways have their advantages, various...

Movements Used in Tennis

Movements Used in Tennis

04/09/2013

If you want to  learn to play tennis, you will need to learn serves, backhands and forehands and movement around the court, which is equally important. It looks pretty easy when you look at the professional players, but beginners will tell you that they feel clumsy at first, until they figure out the rhythm of the pros. Moving well allows you to position yourself...

Tennis Glossary for Beginners:

Tennis Glossary for Beginners:

04/04/2013

Tennis Glossary for New Tennis Players:   ·  ACE - a serve that is a winner without the receiving tennis player able to return the ball. ·  AD COURT - the part of the tennis court that is to the left of the tennis players ·  ADVANTAGE - when a tennis player needs one more point to win the game after the score was deuce. ·  ALLEY - the extra...

Kobe and Phelps behind Novak Djokovic

Kobe and Phelps behind Novak Djokovic

03/26/2013

The world’s number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has been listed as the sixth most powerful athlete in the USA. It is a traditional election of the ‘Bloomberg S Sportfolio List’ that includes over 3,000 athletes. The Australian Open champion is on the 6th place of this prestigious list with a 72.93 quota. After him there are athletes such as Kobe Bryant...

Miami Sony Open 2013

Miami Sony Open 2013

03/19/2013

For the first time in their careers, 2-time winner Roger Federer and Indian Wells champion Rafael Nadal didn’t show up on the draw. The draw still includes former champion Novak Djokovic, US Open winner Andy Murray plus Indian Wells runner-up Juan Martin Del Potro and many top stars. Two-time defending champion DJOKOVIC and winner of three Miami titles was...

Who Has the Best One Handed Backhand in Tennis?

Who Has the Best One Handed Backhand in Tennis?

03/04/2013

I’ve done a few posts along similar lines to this one over the past couple of weeks including who is the most popular tennis player on the planet and most recently who are the biggest wasted talents in tennis. In the latter post the debate somehow got onto one handed backhands and who’s is the best in sport so I thought I’d take a look. The single hander...