How to get the most out of your Tennis Lessons PART 2

There are lots of different ways that you can practice outside your coaching lessons and improve your tennis. By training alone or with practice partners, you can maximise your on-court time and therefore speed up your progress. Training alone: On court or at home, there are lots of ways that you can work by yourself… [Read More]

Variation makes all the difference in tennis – Part 2

At a Division 1 Seniors match this weekend, I saw a great example about how the use of variation can influence a player’s results. Maddy, who is 18 years old, plays number 4 for our div 1 womans team, and hits a similar ball to the younger player’s described in Part 1- her shots have… [Read More]

Variation makes all the difference in tennis

It’s important to remember that a fast tennis shot isn’t necessarily a good one. Often balls that may look slow or weak can produce more effective results than hard, flat shots. By mixing up the speed, depth and spin of balls, players can disrupt their opponent’s rhythm, making it hard for them to feel comfortable… [Read More]

How to get the most out of your Tennis Lessons

Not everyone wants to be a tennis star, and it’s fine if you just enjoy playing recreational Saturday tennis. However, if you’re looking for ways to extend yourself and play at a higher level, there are several ways you can work harder to get the most out of your coaching. It’s important to remember that… [Read More]

Find a Tennis Coach

The best way to find a tennis coach is through your National Tennis body and in Australia that is Tennis Australia. If you go to the link at the end of this article, it will take you to the Tennis Australia’s Find a Coach Page, all you have to do is put in your postcode… [Read More]