Category - Groundstrokes

Tennis Tip: Hitting the Ball Deep

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Tennis Tip: Hitting the Ball Deep By: Director of Instruction, Dave McCain Hitting the ball hard and 2 inches over the net is not always a great shot because the ball will land short in the court. The…

Tennis Tip: Anticipating a Short Ball

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Tennis Tip: Anticipating a Short Ball by Director of Instruction, Dave McCain Many players struggle on moving forward for short balls. A way to anticipate whether or not a short ball is coming is to see how much…

Tennis Tip: How to Hit a Proper Forehand Using Your Legs

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Tennis Tip: How to Hit a Proper Forehand Using Your Legs by Director of Instruction, Dave McCain When hitting a good forehand a player must learn to use their legs. It is key that the player bend from…

Tennis Tip: Early Racket Preparation

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Tennis Tip: Early Racket Preparation by Director of Tennis, Dave McCain Early preparation is key to good tennis. A way to ensure you have enough preparation time is to take your racket back before the ball bounces. You…

Learn How to Hit Topspin by Dave McCain

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How to Hit Topspin by Dave McCain, Director of Instruction Creating topspin on your shots can be a great advantage on the tennis court. It keeps the ball higher over the net and makes it easier to have…

Tennis Tip: Use Your Legs to Hit With by Dave McCain

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Tennis Tip: Use Your Legs to Hit With by Dave McCain, Director of Tennis at Precision Tennis Academy

High Percentage Tennis by Kelly Parker

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What does it mean to play “High Percentage Tennis”?  You will hear instructors and coaches say this many times, but until you understand the angles of the court it will mean nothing to you. High Percentage Over the…

Improve your balance and you will improve your game!

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Poor balance equals poor timing equals poor stroke production. One major problem that players of all abilities tend to experience is hitting shots off balance. Can a player improve balance?  And can improvement in balance improve a stroke? …