Tennis Parents and their Role in Developing Tennis Players

The article “Staying Out of the Way” was written by Nick Bollettieri, 4 December 2013 and published on tennisrecruiting.net I started teaching tennis in the mid 1950s. Not a day goes by where my mind doesn’t say, “here we go … Continue reading

Top Junior Tennis Academies in the U.S

Top Junior Tennis Academies in the U.S I know that the merits of a tennis academy are huge, especially for talented players who need absolute focus and immersion in the game. Whilst I may be more in favor of a … Continue reading

The Perspective of Serve and Volley in Modern Tennis

Michael llodra, who is 32 years old, plays a serve and volley style. This week in the Paris Masters he beat the strongest and tallest players of the modern tennis – John Isner, Juan Del Potro and Sam Querrey. He … Continue reading

Tactical myths in tennis. Part two

There is another excerpt about myths in tennis. From Nick Saviano’s book Maximum Tennis. Never change a winning game This is a semi-myth. If you’re winning, you don’t want to change your game, but you better have some variety in … Continue reading

Having Fun on the Tennis Court Is One Key to Becoming the Best Tennis Player You Can Be

I do like this excerpt from Nick Saviano’s book Maximum Tennis. Read it carefully and compare with your feelings on the tennis court.  I wish you to have a lot of fun on the tennis court. If you or your … Continue reading