Tagged: tennis tips

5 Tennis Technique Tips & Warm-Ups

Want to practice your tennis technique or warm-up before your next match? Watch our series of instructional videos where our USPTA certified tennis pro will walk you through various warm-up drills and offer tennis technique tips.

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Should I Switch Up My Tennis Partner?

You’ve been playing doubles with the same person for some time now and you might be wondering if it’s time to change things up. Here are some scenarios when you might (or might not) want to switch up your tennis partner.

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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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Ten Quick Tips to Improve Your Tennis Game

If you find yourself struggling with some tennis basics, take a look at these quick tips to improve your game. It’s important to remember that there is no perfect way to play a tennis stroke, but these tips offer some fundamentals to help you hone your skills.

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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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Control the Ball and Pile up the Wins!

Learning how to control the spin on your tennis shots will give you a greater edge over your opponent in a match. Here are some tips from a tennis pro on how to have greater control over your tennis ball spin.

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The Differences Between Indoor and Outdoor Tennis

Aside from the different tennis court types (hard, grass, clay), whether you play indoors or outdoors also has a significant impact on the game. Let’s explore the differences between indoor and outdoor tennis and how they affect gameplay.

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Not Just for Kids: The Benefits of Training with Low Compression Tennis Balls

Our tennis pros often get a funny look from our older students when we tell them we are going to do some work with low compression tennis balls. They assume we only use those for little kids. However, there are a number of benefits from training with compression tennis balls, even for experienced players.

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Get Out and Play Tennis!

Tennis is the sport of a lifetime. There is never a bad time to start learning the sport. If you have no experience at all and are interested in learning, or have some previous experience but haven’t dusted off your racquet in awhile, here is a step-by-step process for you to get out and play […]

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Tennis Technique: Open Stance vs. Neutral Stance for Ground Strokes

Today we will be discussing the difference between the open stance and the neutral stance and the situations where you might use this tennis technique.

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