Tennis Tips

Check out our latest tennis tips from on-staff top tennis professionals in the industry.

Watching the ball is a huge part of hitting it solid on the tennis court. Another part of this concept is getting your position to be consistent based on what you are seeing with your eyes.
I see many tennis players standing straight up and with their feet close together when standing in the ready position. Try keeping your feet at least shoulders width apart and knees bent. This will give you a much better chance of reacting quickly to your opponent’s shot. A wide stance improves your balance and allows you to explode in the direction of the ball.
Watching the ball is a huge part of hitting it solid on the tennis court. Another part of this concept is getting your position to be consistent based on what you are seeing with your eyes.
If you are a competitive tennis player, you want to win. The problem is, so does your opponent. In fact, everyone wants to win.