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Continental Grip Technique Guide

Backhand Slice 1.) Ready Position Continental grip Racquet face angled slightly up Left hand on the throat 2.) Unit Turn (turning of the major muscles) Shoulders turn Arms turn Elbows turn Hands turn Hips turn 3.) Set: Racquet face higher and towards the net on higher...

Groundstroke Technique Guide

All Strokes Have: Proper space = proper distance between hands, elbows, and shoulders in relation to the racquet Proper racquet head speed Proper contact point Extension Proper follow through Shot Mechanics for Groundstrokes: 1.) Ready position: Proper grip with top...

2018-2019

1.) What was your best tournament in 2018 and why? 2.) What tournament did you struggle the most at in 2018 and why? 3.) What are 3 things you want to do outside of regularly scheduled practiced in 2019 and when are you going to do them? 4.) What is your best tennis...

Correct Mental Approach to Tennis

1.) Formula for a successful practice: Extreme Effort (Players) + Super Specific Focus (Coaches) = Perfect Practice. Extreme effort is supplied by the players. Even if the focus of practice is not your favorite — extreme effort is required. Specificity of the...

5 Hs to be Good at Tennis

HARDWORKING Come with a “mentality” to work Set tone for the practice with a proper dynamic Have a positive attitude regardless of what we are doing at practice HUNGRY Motivated to raise level Have an accurate understanding of current level Have result...

Struggle to ‘Get Going’

“Today just wasn’t my day.” “It wasn’t meant to be.” “I could not get going.” Sometimes we all feel this way on the tennis court. The reality is that there will be matches where we just never get into a good place and...

Improving Culture — It’s Cool to Care

By Drew Sosebee. First blog post by Coach Drew!!! How to Create a Better Elite Drill Environment: Audible confirmations and affirmations. It is not enough to simply lead by example. There must an environment where coaches can close their eyes and know they are in the...

Equation For How You Are Playing

Frequently, tennis matches can be described as: “I won so I played well,” or “I lost so I played bad.” But what does that really mean? When we feel like we are playing well or not playing very well…why do we have that feeling?...

What is Your Biggest Tennis Issue?

1.) Toughness Characteristics: Lose lots of close matches. Struggle with long games, 3rd sets, & fatigue. Struggle with the biggest moments of the match. Frequently have losses with scores like: 6-7, 1-6. Solutions: Do a honest evaluation of your motivation level,...