Five Rules for Developing a Tennis Player Under 12 years

Five rules for developing a tennis player under 12 years The biggest mistake made in developing an elite tennis player is that the fundamental and development years (8-12 years) are rushed the minute the kids gets a result or two. In these years, … Continue reading

Why Junior Players Should Stick to Closed Stance

My philosophy on why closed stance MUST be taught in juniors: Let me start with this: Before anyone accuses me of not being a ‘certified tennis coach’, well I am, for 13 years now. Not that it makes me ‘better’, … Continue reading

Optimal Training Schedule for Strong and Ambitious Junior Tennis Players

There is the third part of the interview with Chris Lewis, a tennis coach of some American strongest junior tennis players. Today we are talking about an optimal training schedule for powerful juniors.From your point of view, what is an … Continue reading

Opinions of Tennis Coaches about the Forehand

Opinions of tennis coaches about the forehand, the second most important shot in tennis after the serve I chose more interesting comments on the article “Increasing power on the tennis court with your forehand”.  Hope, you will find them interesting. … Continue reading

Increasing Power on the Tennis Court with Your Forehand

Increasing power on the tennis court with your forehand For most tennis players, professional or recreational, the forehand is the most natural shot to hit. Over the years, plenty of male players have possessed powerful forehands and dominated the game … Continue reading