There are still people out there who are using terms “abs” and
“core” interchangeably, and who think crunches are the best option
for a strong core. Other people are not paying much attention to the
value of the core strength, although core is the thing that can get
your through most of the everyday activities safely and unharmed. Core
is more than abs, it...
Perhaps some of you out there still don’t believe it, but spending
time in highly uncomfortable (sometimes eye-watering) or shaky poses
during your workout routine, can indeed improve your overall
performance as an athlete, and tennis players are no exception.
Yoga is taking over the world and more and more professional tennis
players are including yoga (and...
The beginning of spring means it’s time to start getting fit for
your local flex tennis league. After a winter of festivals and
holidays, it’s important to accustom your body to strenuous physical
exercise again. Once the competitive season begins, there is no time
to spend on nursing injuries. In order to prevent muscle pulls and
cramps and stay at the top of...
Experts always say: ‘Preparation is key to success’. It’s no
different when it comes to winning a tennis match. However, you’ll
need to add hard work, determination, motivation, learning from your
mistakes and understanding your opponents to your preparation list in
case you want to win in the end. We prepared a few tips for you on how
to win a tennis match...
The end of October announces the closing of the tennis season in
almost all parts of the country. But, for someone willing to take a
bit of effort, playing tennis in the cold comes with numerous
benefits. You get plenty of exercise, your skills are honed and you
stay safe from bugs. They too try their level best to stay in hiding
when the weather is too cold. All...
You're probably familiar with the term unforced errors in a tennis
game. Unforced errors are those types of mistakes that are supposedly
not forced by good shots of an opponent. Whether or not unforced
errors are resulting from losing focus, being distracted, changing
one’s mind, fearing the opponent or simply doubting one’s
abilities, they can potentially lead...
Grunting in tennis refers to the loud noise oftentimes described as
either "shrieking" or "screaming", which some players have a tendency
to make when hitting their shots. It is one of the most recognizable
aspects of the game in men's and women's tennis alike, and it is
considered to be quite distracting or obnoxious above a certain sound
level. This has led...
The majority of athletes have certain superstitions varying from
peculiar habits to bizarre rituals. Tennis players are quite similar
in that respect. Some players have a tendency to be eccentric, whether
this takes place before or throughout the course of a match. The
following guide reviews several of the most common, yet peculiar,
What characterizes professional tennis players is their firm resolve,
and their aggressiveness is clearly visible in their play. Besides
being willing to take risks even when they are far behind, they rarely
lack self-assurance and they are entirely concentrated on winning the
point. Nevertheless, when you are losing the lead, it might seem to
you like you are...
Communication is considered to be one of the crucial, but
unfortunately underrated aspects of a winning doubles duo. The
following guide summarizes communication tactics that you will find
useful if you wish to gather points and become a more successful team.
Communication goes much further than mere verbal interaction. The
remainder of this guidelines specifies...