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The Tennis Lob

If you’re looking for something to deliver the ball high and deep into the opponent’s court, the lob is the right shot for you.

It’s excellent as a defensive shot as well as an offensive shot. The lob is usually

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  • July 28, 2018

Tennis Doubles Tips

For anyone who enjoys playing singles, doubles is usually just as enjoyable. Some people like doubles because they don’t have to move as much while others like it for opposite reasons.

Doubles allows you to always be on your toes.

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  • July 21, 2018

Kick Serve Tips

​A kick serve is the best compliment to a fast, flat serve. If you have a second serve that’s consistent and prevents your opponents from being on the offensive, you’re doing great.

This is where you want a good kick

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  • May 20, 2018

Stretches for Tennis

​Many people don’t find stretching to be as fun as other parts of their workout routine. For this reason, we often push back the stretching exercises or even ditch them altogether. It’s not recommended you do this and for

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  • May 19, 2018

Tennis Workout

​Many people who have started playing tennis to get in shape quickly realize that it should actually be the other way around. Tennis isn’t as easy as it seems and it’s quite demanding on the body. For this reason, you

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  • May 19, 2018

Tennis Player Diet

​If you talk to some professional tennis players, they’ll probably tell you about the super healthy diet they’re eating. However, in practice, there are very few people who actually eat healthy food all the time rather than in short periods

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  • May 19, 2018

Backhand Tennis Tips

The backhand stroke is what players practice the least for some reason. With some practice, the backhand can become quite a weapon in your ground-stroke game. You can use a two-handed or one-handed tennis backhand, but what’s most important is

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  • May 19, 2018

Backhand Tennis Grip

There are many acceptable tennis backhand grips, and these can make a big difference in your technique and stroke production. Backhand is often a weaker stroke for many players, which is why the grip is so important.

A comfortable grip

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  • May 19, 2018