Before the Start of Each Point

Before the start of each point, you should choose BOTH a target and a gear. The shot selection at the start of a point is intricately connected to the way that you visualize yourself winning the point.

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Post-modern Doubles Formations

In the post-modern world any doubles formation can be justified by the matchups on the court. Director of Tennis, Bob Schewior, will go over a few so that you have a better idea of how and when to use them. The intelligent use of these formations can change the outcome of a match.

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The Forced Error

All competitive players rated 3.5+ understand that unforced errors are the bane of a tennis player’s existence: good competitors refuse to beat themselves. However, these players also recognize that merely getting the ball back one more time will not be successful, particularly as the level of play rises.

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Court Presence

How to be present? What does it mean? It means that you are both in the moment and bigger than the moment at the same time. It means asserting what you want without being a jerk.

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Getting the Feel of a Match

Getting the Feel of a Match is a lot like tasting a fine wine. Explore the similarities in this post by Bob Schewior.

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