The Flat Serve: How & Why!
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The Volley: How & Why!
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The Ten Laws of Tennis Success E-Course Materials
In this first Ten Laws case study we meet Jon, a junior player who jumped up 22 spots in his Sectional ranking, from 34th all the way up to number 12 – in just three months!
In this second of our three case studies, meet Barb, a ’40-something’ player who came back to the game after a 20-yr absence, and went from 2.5 to 3.5 NTRP ranking in just SIX months!
In this final case study you’ll meet Dave, a lawyer and former NCAA Div. 1 Player who proves that an ‘old dog’ CAN learn ‘new tricks’!
The Ten Laws of Tennis Success E-book is designed to get you focused on EXACTLY what you need to be doing on the tennis court – and help you plug up any holes you may have in your current game!
In this Course checklist and workbook, you will be shown not only the infallibility of the Ten Laws themselves, but you will become personally AWARE of HOW to apply the Ten Laws properly!
This book has absolutely NOTHING to do with your tennis strokes, and EVERYTHING to do with WHY you play this great game that we all love so much. It will help YOU discover how to get the most out of YOUR game!
The Ten Laws of Tennis Success Video Series
position to strike the tennis ball in your ‘Wheel House’,
(between your knees and lower chest, preferably around
a different view, plus demonstrate some drills for you.
traveling on a path to a point outside of your Wheel
House (which is virtually every shot in the game of
tennis), you must move yourself into position so that the
ball travels into your wheel house.
able to successfully move into position to strike a tennis
ball that is traveling to a point outside of your wheel
house, your feet must be moving in a balanced,
move your feet in a manner that facilitates balanced,
efficient movement toward the tennis ball, you must
learn to use short, choppy steps as you approach the
ball, and as the ball approaches your wheel house.
This is known as your ‘Prep Phase’.
move your feet in a manner that facilitates efficient
movement toward the tennis ball, your movements must
become conditioned movements.
prepared to move to the ball the instant before your
opponent strikes the ball toward your half of the
court, by performing a ‘split-step’.
physically train yourself to handle what the first six
Laws of Tennis Success demand of you.
focus your attention on the tennis ball while on the court.
prepare to be in position for your next shot, and The 10th Law of Tennis
Success states that you must attempt to anticipate where your opponent
is going to hit the ball.
The Forehand: How & Why!
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An Easy, Modern Forehand – That Works!
The Two-Handed Backhand: How & Why!
The One-Handed Backhand: How & Why!
Tips & Tricks