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So I got this email last week after sending Nicola here a Thank You email after she placed her order for our Tennis Vault How & Why Digital Download Bundle.

Check it out:

Hi Kyril,

Thank you so much for your message here.

I’ve only played casual tennis a few times as a kid and just joined a
tennis club here in Denmark three weeks ago.

I’ve had two instructors already, but none of them have been able to
explain the forehand technique like you guys do on YouTube. Three weeks
ago, the local senior champion in my club came up to me and gave me some
advice when I played against the wall for the first time. Yesterday, he
told me I was doing MUCH better already, and I believe the only reason for
that is your videos and the “put the racket in the backpack” advice. The
local champion guy even asked me if we should play a bit since he was
waiting for his partner! Needless to say, that was a very proud moment for

I already feel SO much more confident knowing I can watch these videos at
home and get step-by-step directions. Today I finally figured out the stuff
about the grip – can’t wait to try it tomorrow on court!

Please keep up all the good work – and thank you very much for the
additional Power Serve video (I’m still at forehand level, though!)

Kind regards,


We’re all on a tennis journey, and Nicola has agreed to continue to share hers with us periodically, so you haven’t heard the last from her.

If you want to get that ‘aha!’ feeling like Nicola has gotten, go here and see what all the fuss is about:


mauro_chrisChapter Twelve


“In high school, I had a coach who told me I was much better than I thought I was, and would make me do more in a positive sense. He was the first person who taught me not to be afraid of failure. He’d tell me to shoot 25 times a game, and I’d say, “No, I can’t do that, everyone will hate me.” “You do it.”, he’d say, and even though I didn’t do that all the time, he kept pushing me to be better. If success or talent were on floors, maybe I saw myself on the fifth floor. He always saw me on the twentieth floor. As a result, I climbed more floors when I was with him.”

– Mike Krzyzewski, Head Coach, Duke University Basketball Team

The greatest tennis players in the world have all had a coach, or coaches to help them get where they are. Having a coach, mentor, guide, or teacher is indispensable. Roger Federer is [click to continue…]

puzzle1Chapter Eleven


It’s time for you to put it all together. I’ve told you what you need to do, but you don’t have to do it alone. Plenty of us out here have been in your shoes, and we all have the common denominator of wanting more out of this great game. You have to remember that there’s a reward in the journey, and here’s what I mean. This literally has the power to change your entire way of looking at your tennis game:

“Success on the tennis court does not have nearly as much to do with your results as it has to do with the kind of person you have to become to get those results.” -Coach Kyril

Make no mistake; this game will [click to continue…]

Become A Learner

images[5]Chapter Nine


“One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular.” – Tony Robbins

Think again back to that time when you first discovered that tennis was interesting.

Okay, now that you remember when it was, forget about it for just a moment, and try to [click to continue…]