All great tennis players agree that reviewing the fundamentals on a consistent basis is imperative to success on the court.
Anyone who takes on the rigorous, fun, and challenging game of tennis as a passion will at one point or another confront perhaps the greatest bane of the tennis player: tennis elbow. More than just a nagging ache and pain, this condition can seriously hamper not just your game, but also your lifestyle, livelihood, and long-term muscular health if left untreated.
The most intimidating task to accomplish when learning to play tennis is probably finding the right racket. One of many reasons is how many there are from which to choose. Beyond that, it doesn’t take a genius to realize that
Clothing styles on the tennis court have come a long way since the early twentieth century. Back then, it was fashionable for men to wear long pants, vests, and cotton shirts while women often wore full-length dresses. It was more
For your best tennis game, choose the right shoes based on the court you’re playing on, your foot, and your body type. New to tennis and not sure where to begin? Let’s start with the basics: finding the perfect shoe.
Ask most people who’ve had the pleasure of raising up a tiny human, and you’ll often hear that the hardest job they’ve ever had to do was just that: parenting. It’s full of unexpected twists and turns, snap decisions, doubts,
Doubles is all about partnership, and being a baseline player requires a certain kind of mentality to best support your partner from the back. These four strategies will help you ramp up your baseline game by granting your net partner
A big part of being a good tennis player is psychology. In singles, tennis is largely a battle of wits, but when you’re playing doubles, the stakes seem to increase as you’re not only thinking about what’s going on in
As we explored in The ABC’s of Poaching, one of the easiest ways to rack up points and keep your counterparts on their toes in a doubles match is to master the art of poaching–the act of aggressively putting away
In the first section of this series, we covered how to develop the “inner world” off-court for becoming a consistently strong and successful player on-court. Here, we’ll cover the “outer” or external things you can focus on to greatly enhance