This is a great example of the intensity required to be a top player, compare a video of yourself to this and see if you work this hard to make position
In this video I show you some drill/games you can do at home with your child, that will really help them in their tennis development, making them be able to play a game of tennis much quicker.
Watch the video where I discuss tennis drills for 3 and 4 year olds who are being introduced to the game.
Standard needed to graduate from Red Ball to Orange Ball 1. Be able to rally with a modified swing 2. Be able to make a stable hitting position most of the time 3. To get serve in with a basic one action serve The video below is an excellent example of the standard required: Standard… [Read More]
This is a short video of one of our Tennis Whizz classes that we have started in Term 1 2015, the classes are for 3 & 4 yr olds, for more info go to our Tennis Whizz page which is under the Tennis Coaching Tab at the top of the home page.
As tennis players we all remember that day, when we could do no wrong, all we had to do was think of the outcome we wanted and it just happened, common terms for it are have a purple patch or running hot. Yes these are great days to remember, but they aren’t how you should… [Read More]
Injury Prevention in Tennis Because of the physical attributes involved in tennis, including speed, power, strength, endurance and a huge range of movements included in the skill required. Tennis player need to do specific conditioning and training programs to reduce, their chance of injury. Causes of injuries in tennis – bad technique – technique in… [Read More]
Video analysis of Novak Djokovic’s return of serve by Peter Clark
Knowing how to improve a skill is often difficult and confusing, particularly in tennis. There is a wealth of information from coaches, in books or online about how player’s should optimise their performance, which can be confusing. Player’s are often given conflicting tips about how to get better, and sometimes find themselves at a standstill…. [Read More]