This tennis lesson with Erica covers tennis shot selection drills for singles that can make the difference between winning or losing a close match. Often times close matches are determined by hitting the right shots at the right time. This can often be confusing with all the decisions you have to make on the court. […]
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Tennis Strategy and Tactics
Taking the ball on the rise in tennis is a mindset that takes focus and determination. In this article you will learn the benefits of taking the ball early in tennis, along with tips and drills to help you practice.
Introduction When talking tennis with my peers and fellow tennis coaches it became evident that we all had our own preferences on tennis singles strategy. However, none of us had the data to suggest which approach would be ideal. So I decided to do some research and found many valuable resources, one of which was […]
Introduction Playing tennis with different doubles partners can be frustrating because not everyone knows tennis doubles strategy. Often times tennis doubles positioning varies from partner to partner. So, rather than going off of my years of tennis experience and discussions with professionals in the industry I decided to research for statistics to determine patterns of […]
Not long ago I heard someone remark that the success of the tennis teams in California (as it relates to performance in USTA NorCal Districts), as opposed to Reno players, is the fact that they get to play all year. I don’t think the answer is that simple. It’s not so much that they have […]
Taking the Ball Early: The “Go To” Mindset Taking the ball on the rise in tennis is a mindset that takes focus and determination. Moving to the ball is demanding on the body and takes much more effort than waiting for the ball. That is why so many recreational players tend to wait for the ball, […]