If you’re just getting started with tennis, drills can be a great way to learn the fundamentals, develop proper technique, improve consistency, build confidence and accelerate learning. As with most sports, tennis is really just the process of stringing together a complex set of movements.
Recognizing this, we can break down the complex set of movements to unique independent movements, teach proper technique and slowly build a players confidence, so that they can eventually start combining movements.
The tweener tennis shot is by far one of the most entertaining in tennis. If you’re unfamiliar, a tweener is a tennis shot that is hit between the legs. The most exciting tweeners are typically hit on the run after you’ve been lobed, facing away from the court and between the legs… yeah, it’s as crazy as it sounds.
Here we go! With 2014 well underway, today marks the first official day of action at the 2014 Australian Open.
Just joining in on the fun? Let’s take a look at the men’s and women’s Australian Open draw and take a look at what to expect from the years first Grand Slam.
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If you’re just getting started with tennis you may be asking yourself the question, “should I use a tennis dampener in my racquet.” The truth is, there is no single correct answer.
Rather, the choice to use a vibration dampener is extremely subjective and if you were to ask 10 different tennis players, you’d likely get 10 different answers based on their own personal experience.