How Stanislas Wawrinka Had a Panic Attack and Won the US Open

We tend to believe that if we can control our inner life – meaning our thoughts, feelings and emotions – then we have the opportunity to perform well. We tend to believe that if we think positively, we will be … Continue reading

How to Hit a Strong Two Handed Backhand

The article by David F. Berens.  When I was growing up, the two-handed backhand became the shot of choice for almost every top professional on tour. They found they could generate more power, disguise the direction they were hitting the ball … Continue reading

Sport Science Can Increase Serve Speed

The article by Matt Kuzdub. Coaches, players, parents…even your aunt Judie know the importance of the serve in today’s modern game. More specifically, the first serve. The first serve is so critical that the top 10 servers on the ATP win … Continue reading

Humility and Solid Fundamentals, Secrets of a True Champion

For the past two weeks, living in South Florida allows you a great luxury which is to watch the Jr Tennis Orange Bowl. Each year one gets to watch the best of the best compete in this great international competition. … Continue reading

The Tennis Drills. Mixing it up

I believe that from an early age, players should be encouraged to experiment with all the variables you can perform on a tennis ball. This includes trajectory, spin, speed and direction. These tennis drills are a few you can use … Continue reading