Tennis singles point play and live coaching from former top 20 D1 player. Tennis player in navy shirt, Philippe Frayssinoux, played D1 tennis at Mississippi State University and graduated in 2008. Was ranked #14 in singles, top 25 doubles and highest ATP singles ranking 714. You can find Phil throwing axes on the regular, visit […]
Tennis Tips and Advice - Day in the Life of a Tennis Player
Below you'll find tennis tips and advice for tennis players. I highly recommend you read each of them if you're serious about improving your tennis game.
If you're new to tennis, I'd recommend visiting the following tennis sections to receive the tennis fundamentals and get in "ship-shape" for your matches:
- Tennis Technique and Instruction – Free Online Tennis Lessons
- Tennis Strategy and Tactics – Smart Players Win More Matches
- Tennis Training and Drills for all Players
- Tennis Psychology – Keys to Mental Toughness & Entering the Zone
Additionally, while not aimed specifically at being a tennis player, I'd highly recommend reading my start here page regarding Tennis Nation Racquet Sports before jumping in to ensure you find what you are looking for in the beginning.
If you have suggestions for posts you'd like to see me do or information you'd like to see provided, please feel free to contact me and let me know.
Not only does winter tennis in Reno provide a variety of temperatures and precipitation, there is also the issue of the sun. During the winter months the sun is lower in the sky, as the earth tilts further from the sun. Nowhere is this situation more evident than when you’re serving, or at the net. […]
It’s an annual event. New Years. And it’s the time of year when we make a vow, or resolution, to change, to enhance something in our life. It is no accident that the sport of tennis can address almost any New Year’s Resolution you have set for yourself in 2017. 5 New Year Resolutions Tennis […]
Probably one of the most misunderstood and often overlooked aspects on court is tennis footwork. Sometimes when working with kids, or even adults, they get frustrated because a feed may not have landed in a close enough proximity for them to hit it, without having to step. And while obtaining the form is a primary […]
If the Thanksgiving resulted in a little too much tryptophan, stuffing and sweet potatoes you may have missed Black Friday. If you really gave the holiday your best effort, then you probably missed Small Business Saturday. Either way, Tennis Nation Racquet Sports still has the best local deals for all your tennis gear needs. Tennis […]
Play tennis Reno Nevada… It’s the time of year when we bid adieu to Daylight Saving Time and hello to the night. Truly the beauty of Reno rests in the fact that at 45 degree day in full sunlight can feel incredibly warm; until the sun goes down. And as we continue to ride that wave […]
Every day I ask my daughter, “Tell me three things about your day today?” It seems like a good jumping off point for an open dialogue relating to any part of her day. After having been down this parenting road for a bit, I have learned that asking a child, “What did you learn in […]
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock this past week, and who could blame you given the current political climate, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. Breaking a 108 year losing streak, the Cubs won an epic 10 inning, Game 7; complete with a rain delay. And in those tight moments when the game […]