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Know Your Tennis Racquet Bevels

A tennis racquet’s handle has an octagonal shape, and the 8 sides are called bevels. The bevels serve as a reference point for executing certain grip types, as well as providing a comfortable shape to hold the racquet. Here’s what you need to know about tennis racquet bevels.

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5 Tennis Terms You Might Not Know

Experienced tennis players might know every single word in the sport’s glossary. However, the casual player might be less familiar with certain terms. Here are 5 tennis terms of which you might not know the meaning.

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Ball Control Tennis Drill for Kids Ages 6-9

Here’s a simple tennis drill you can do with your child to introduce them to ball control and how to accurately hit cross court and down the line. The drill consists of 3 steps that progress as your child masters the fundamental concepts.

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Basic Consistency Tennis Drill for Kids Ages 5-9

Here’s a simple tennis drill you can do with your child to help them understand the basics of consistency and that “the ball will always come back.” This basic consistency tennis drill works through three exercises that progress as your child masters the fundamental concepts.

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Contact Point Tennis Drill | Kids Ages 3 to 7 Years

Here’s a simple contact point tennis drill you can do with your child. The drill consists of 3 steps that progress as your child masters the fundamental movements. There are two key things you and your child need to understand when it comes to the contact point. First is the body position; you want your child […]

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Bounce Catch Tennis Drill | Kids Ages 3 to 7 Years

This is a specific drill you will often see Tennis pros doing with kids during QuickStart 10 & Under tennis lessons. It’s also a simple drill that parents can do with their children at home. The bounce catch tennis drill consists of three specific steps. Kids learn coordination by bouncing and catching the ball with their […]

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