Key to Success: Australian Doubles Formation – September 2019

When you and your partner are getting destroyed from a strong cross-court returner, you and your partner should be open you make an adjustment. One of the best ways to take away the cross-court return is to play from the Australian Doubles Formation. The Australian doubles formation is when the partner of the serve stands […]

Key To Success: Not Too Close – August 2019

Hitting approach shots and attacking the net is a great tactic in both singles and especially in doubles. It puts pressure on your opponents to do something with the ball. Some players will try and pass you close to the lines, over your head or they will hit the ball right at you.​ This brings […]

Key to Success: How to Improve Your Game – June 2019

Everyone wants to know what it takes to elevate their game to the next level. If that is you then you have come to the right place! It’s easy to take your game to the next level, the question is, are you willing to do what it takes? Great Coaching Find a great tennis coach […]

Key to Success: Doubles Players Responsibilities – May 2019

Server—The server is responsible for keeping track of the score and to announce before the start of every point. They are also responsible for finding your opponents weakness, communicating with their partner and making about 70% of first serves in. The server should take some pace off to make sure this happens. Servers Partner (Net […]

Key to Success: Doubles Partners Traffic Pattern – April 2019

In order to be successful in doubles, it is very important for you to have great chemistry with your partner. There are certain traffic patterns some of the best doubles duos abide by between points to keep them both with a positive attitude and working together during the match. Here are the traffic patterns great teams do […]

Key to Success: Lob To The Backhand Side – March 2019

When stepping on the court to play a new player, the first thing you should identify is whether your opponent is left handed or right handed. This will help you identify where your lobs should be hit. By establishing this in the warm-up, there will be no indecision when it’s time for you to execute your lobs, because […]

Key to Success: Overhead Placement Over Power – February 2019

One of the biggest mistakes tennis players make when trying to win a point with overhead is by focusing more on power over placement. In my opinion, placement is far more important than trying to hit the ball hard. A lot of times an overhead is hit as hard as you can right back to […]

Key to Success: Take the Pressure Off and Win – November 2018

A lot of players struggle when the pressure is on during a match and fail to execute their best shots when it matters most. Listed below are some tricks you can use to take the pressure off of yourself so that you can play your best tennis. Stop Caring and Have Fun So many players get caught […]

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