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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Everybody makes mistakes so why get aggravated about yours? Sure you just missed an easy volley that would’ve won you the match but now you have to focus on the current point and forget anything that happened. A former coach of mine once told me that tennis is 90% mental and 10% physical. At first […]

The Tortoise Wins The Race

In doubles, a lot of people think the winners will end up being the ones who can hit the ball harder with the same consistency as their opponents. Wrong! Doubles is all about placing the ball in the right spot and communication. Many people have pondered the idea of Nadal/Djokovic vs. Bryan/Bryan. The outcome of […]

What To Eat On Match Day.

Another question that is brought up rather frequently is what snacks or meals should be eaten on match day. A suggestion for this is something that will settle hunger, high in carbohydrates to supply energy and medium in protein, and will be quickly digested. This meal is to be eaten (3-4) hours before a match […]

The Legends Have Returned, Without There Racquets

Number 2 and 3 tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, have recently made a management move that has been intriguing to most. The two tennis stars have hired former grand slam champions Boris Becker (Djokovic) and Stefan Edberg (Federer). The question is, what do these modern-day superstars want to get out […]

Eastern Vs. Semi-Western

A big topic of conversation in the tennis world today is whether to use the eastern or semi-western forehand grip. The eastern grip is commonly taught and allows players to hit through the ball more. Although, the semi-western grip is becoming more popular in the sense that it’s easier to generate topspin with the semi-western […]

Mastering Top Spin

Topspin is becoming to most used shot in tennis because of the consistency the spinning force creates. When you hit topspin you are “brushing” up on the back of the ball which produces the spin on the ball that brings it down quickly into the court. To hit topspin you have a closed racquet-face and […]

Keep yourself Hydrate while playing tennis

One of the keys problems that happens among tennis players is that they become dehydrated. Most people think to just bring a water bottle to a match and they’ll be set, right? Wrong. To properly hydrate for a tennis match or even a practice you want to drink 12-16 oz. of water 1 hour before […]

Improving your game

The legends have returned, without their racquets Number 2 and 3 tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, have recently made a management move that has been intriguing to most. The two tennis stars have hired former grand slam champions Boris Becker (Djokovic) and Stefan Edberg (Federer). The question is, what do […]

Resolution= A brand new you!

Getting started on the new you. *tips on how to get into a routine. The hardest thing about a resolution to get fit is commitment. We have all fallen into a routine of being sedentary from time to time but breaking that routine can be just as difficult. The first step is identifying your goal. […]