Tennis strategy

I’ve been thinking about doing a series of posts on game improvement strategy. The posts, will cover conditioning, technique, and ways that you can add consistency to your game, without spending the countless hours on court hitting balls. Basically, I want to condense some of my tennis knowledge into several posts, that will help my readers make improvements to their games. While still avoiding the roadblocks that really slow down your development as a player.

When I started with tennis, I didn’t really know what I was doing and I went through a series of coaches and instructors, before I was able to find what worked for me. I have had help from so many different people and I’ve adapted different things from all of them. Which are now a part of my game. But there was definitely a learning curve to getting good at the sport and a lot of that came from not knowing where to go, to get to the next level. I want to discuss how you can go from point A in your game to point B and not feel confused about what grip you need to use, or where your feet need to be positioned to drive a forehand ball down the line. Also, keep in mind that I’m open to suggestions. So, if there’s anything in particular, that you’d like me to write on, just drop me a comment and let me know what you want to see posted.


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