One shot that is often overlooked and rarely worked on is the dink shot. I don't like to call it a drop shot because a drop shot usually requires more spin and precision.
Playing against the Power Baseliner can be one of the toughest task in tennis. Their relentless pressure and punishing ground strokes can put a strain on any player's game. How can affecting their strike zone get you a win. What types of shots would they rather not see? I give you six tennis tips on beating this nemesis.
The Tennis Split Step is second nature for those on the tour. For a novice tennis player, it can often times be overlooked and can be crucial to improved movement. In this article, I ask 3 important questions and offer some tennis tips on mastering the movement.
Five Ways To Impose Your Game Onto Your Opponents Players are always looking for tennis tactics to beat their opponents. There are so many different tangibles that can change the complexion of a match. In [...]
I find that many players shun any opportunity to play doubles. Make it a goal to complement your singles game by playing more doubles. Here are six reasons why doubles will benefit your singles game.