Tennis Tips

There’s No Way Around It…No Substitute For It! Why Fed Says So!

Roger Federer Embraces Hard Work!


Girl getting hit by tennis ballsIf you find yourself directly in the pathway of an incoming ball (…one that looks like it’s been shot out of a rocket),  what do you do? Cry for help? Phone a friend?  Not at all :) .

For starters, you’re going to want to use your backhand to save your butt on this one.

The forehand will not only be ineffective,  but…


Don’t Trick Your Own Partner On The Next Tennis Lob That Comes Your Way

Doubles team running back to catch a lobResponding to lobs in doubles can be a tricky game, if you become too passive. Let me explain.

Often times, when a lob has been executed by the opposing team, players will quickly move out of the way, and yell “YOURS” or “THAT’S YOU” to their teammate.

This can slow down your reaction time on both a person level as well as a team one. Why?

Because, your teammate doesn’t…

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Tennis Returner’s Roundtable (Make ‘Em Work)


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Think Small, Win Big In Your Next Tennis Match!

Brain on A Bike


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Tennis Practice: Do More With Less

its not the hours you put inNow, I’m here to debunk a myth regarding tennis practice.

Too many Tennis players all over the world think that the longer you practice or prepare for an upcoming match or just for over all improvement, the more wins you will generate.

This isn’t necessarily true.

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A Stamina Story in Andy Murray’s Historic Wimbledon Win Sunday, the last time a British man had won Wimbledon was in 1936. To put it into perspective, Queen Elizabeth’s grandfather was still king, and Daffy Duck didn’t even exist.

Clearly, that was quite some time ago.But the dry spell is now over, thanks to the always impressive Andy Murray…

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How Nadal Gets Nasty On His Volleys


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BNP Paribas Open 2013 – Carlos Berlocq’s Grunting Angers Andy Murray playing (and winning) against Carlos Berlocq in the BNP Paribas Open 2013, Murray actually had to complain to the chair umpire about the grunts that were coming from Carlos Berlocq’s side.

Murray, who has played against his share of grunters, has never felt the need to openly seek out the help of an umpire, but then he was never subjected to the high-decibal throat bombs that…

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Roger Federer Tennis Fitness And Training With Paganini


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