Training Tips by Nick Bollettieri
Since 1978, the IMG Bollettieri Tennis Academy has been helping to develop the next generation of tennis greats, including Andre Agassi, Boris Becker and Maria Sharapova. Here are tips Nick has developed over the years to help you take your game to the next level.
Famed coach Nick Bollettieri offers six ways a veteran, including professionals and recreational players alike, can improve their tennis game.
Looking for an extra edge on the tennis court? A lack of enthusiasm might be holding you back from winning more matches.
Coach Nick Bollettieri gives advice on how to teach to kids ages five through 10 and why visualization drills benefit players of all levels and ages.
Famed coach Nick Bollettieri shares eight simple tips that will immediately make you a better tennis player.
In tennis, you're only as good as your second serve. Find out how to make yours an unstoppable ace-laced machine.
Teamwork is one of the most important aspects of playing successful doubles. Here are tips on how to make the most of your team's strengths and weaknesses to create a winning game plan.
Learn the best court positions for doubles success—and when to utilize each for optimal effect.
If you can’t serve and you can’t return, you can’t play. It doesn't matter how well you hit ground strokes or volley; you need to be able to start the point effectively in order to be successful.
Unlike natural ability, mobility is something you can actually improve with practice. Increase your flexibility and court coverage with these tips on staying loose.
Many of today’s players execute their plan of attack from the baseline, using one big weapon to dictate play. Here are four proven tactics to beat the elusive baseline game.
Seven tips from Nick Bollettieri on how to choose a winning doubles team -- both on the court and off.
For success in difficult match situations, you must perfect your skills while on the run.
You can learn a lot about your opponent starting at the warm up. Here are four tips on what to look for early on for developing a winning game plan.