There will be a clinic from Oct 10th -13th (all classes will have a 4 to 1 coach to pupil ratio) 9am- 10am Red Ball (4-7 yr olds on a small modified court) $100 9am -10am Orange Ball (8-11 yr olds) $100 10am – Noon Green Ball (9-11yrs) $200 1pm – 3pm Div 5 and… [Read More]
In this video I compare Federer, Djokovic and Nadal forehands in the following areas: – The Take BackThe Racquet drop – Power Position – Contact – Follow Through All the forehands in this video are deep waist to chest high balls, so understand that if the ball was shorter and lower they would modify how… [Read More]
In this drill I show you how you can give your child excellent practise to make them accurate and consistent. What you do is make your child have to hit into one of the back quarters of the court, while you can hit into the whole court, don’t worry if you can’t hit perfect shots,… [Read More]
In this video, I explain how a parent with limited tennis experience,can drill their child to help them get a great smash.
In this video, I explain to parents who have little tennis experience, how they can get out on court with their child and drill putaways, which are probably the most missed shot in tennis, do this with your child and you will see a big decrease in the number of easy putaway shots your child… [Read More]
In this video I explain, that the most important thing about your grip, is that you make sure you are using a forehand style that suits your grip, the Eastern (Federer), semi Western( Djokovic and full western (Nadal), grips are all great forehand grips, but are suited to different styles of forehands, so you must… [Read More]
In this video, I explain why aiming at target in the service box, when doing serve practice, is ineffective. The problem is that you can hit a certain spot with either a swing serve, flat serve or topspin serve, each serve will give you a completely result and difficultly level for you opponent. If you… [Read More]
In this video I explain the importance of the drive volley in the modern game and I show parents with limited tennis background how they can, get out with their child and drill the drive volley.
The tennis box game, is played in a small area around 2-3 square metres, the players have to hit the ball at least as high as their belly buttons, they can only hit it after 1 bounce, the aim of the game is to manoeuvre the ball around the box so your opponent, can’t get… [Read More]
In this video Peter Clark, not only explain what a proper serve grip is, he also explains, the common problems that happen when you try to change to a continental grip and some solutions to these problems.