How to Serve in Tennis Like the Pros on TV! You Do Not Need to Wait Any Longer to Start Crushing Serves and Ripping Forehands! How to Serve a Tennis Ball – Crush Serves up to 135 mph My friend Jeff is a former ATP Tennis Pro, and he has Cracked the Secret Code that [...]
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Tennis players that do not know how to volley well due to their limited tennis training tend to Serve and Volley or Rush the Net too much in Doubles. If you are not making any of your volleys at the net it would be much better to stay in the back court instead of constantly [...]
There are a lot of tennis tips on the internet now days, so there are more tennis training myths running around than ever before. Even though some of these tennis myths withstand the test of time, they are just wrong. For example, you have probably been told “Take Your Racket Back Early”. Well, this is [...]
There is no question that the Brian Baker Comeback at Wimbledon 2012 is inspirational to tennis players around the world training to play tennis at the parks as well as the ATP Tour. Brian has overcome various tennis injuries, and he has made a huge comeback. The Brian Baker story is a good one, and [...]
The lob is one of the tennis shots that we take for granted even though it gets us out of trouble and strikes fear into our opponents when they are at the net. When was the last time that you went out on the court and practiced different types of lobs? Most players spend time [...]
Let’s start this tennis training with the definition of a tennis passing shot: A shot in tennis that passes an opponent who has approached the net. Dreaming of Spectacular Tennis Passing Shots What comes to my mind when I think of a passing shot? One player hits a hard deep ball or huge serve and [...]
Prevention of Tennis Elbow is not something that would normally come to mind as part of a tennis training program, but it is important that we stay healthy. Before we get into any of the Exercises for Tennis Elbow, I will define tennis elbow and clear up a misconception that only tennis players get what [...]
You need to know what to do against a player with a huge tennis serve, or you will just be watching lots of serves go by and not returning many. Some players are going to have blistering fast 135 mph serves, other are going to have huge kick serves, and some might even have both. But, [...]
You might have heard the phrase “Play one point at a time”, which some tennis players assume means that all tennis points are to be treated as equal. Our tennis tip is that there are lots of big points during a tennis match that you need to be aware of to make sure that you [...]
The Madrid Open Tennis Tournament got a lot of press this week. We felt here at Tennis Tips Daily that there was great tennis being played throughout the tournament, but various controversies about the blue clay got the most attention from the press, spectators, and players. After a week of high quality tennis, the Madrid [...]