How to Serve: Tips and Technique
For a first serve that wins points, follow these tips on how to make your tennis serve your biggest weapon.
Follow these tips on how to make your serve your biggest weapon.
Take a closer look at Andy Roddick's non-traditional technique for ways to make your first serve an ace.
As one of the most important strokes in tennis, practicing these service games on a regular basis your serve will once again take center stage.
Your existing serve may be getting the job done, but is it the ace-laced weapon you've always dreamed of? Here are five tips for upgrading your serve to super-sized proportions.
Roger Federer's serve may not have the m.p.h. of other pros, but if you were to pick one service motion as a template for improving your serve, look to Roger.
The secret to successful serves begins with proper ball placement. Learn the simple solution to achieving a perfectly placed toss every time.
Shot preparation is as important to making good shots as the actual execution itself. Find out how these two elements make the difference between a shanked shot and a winner.
The key to great tennis begins from the ground up. Here are five reasons why improving your footwork will also improve your chances of success on the courts.
When it comes to pace and spin, follow-through is key. Legendary coach Robert Lansdorp explains how the three forehand finishes of the modern game can help control points and dictate wins.
Although it's quickly becoming a lost art form on the pro tour, the chip and charge is an invaluable tool for keeping the pressure on your opponent. Learn how with these expert tips.
With the proper motivation and attitude, backboards and hitting walls can be a great tennis conditioning buddy and practice partner.
Ball spin is clearly one of the most important factors related to ball control in tennis. Here are a few tips to make ball spin work to your advantage.
Gilad Bloom explains the fundamentals of the cornerstone of tennis technique with this video tip from PlaySportsTV.com. Step 1 involves the proper grip for the modern forehand.
Gilad Bloom explains the fundamentals of the cornerstone of tennis technique with this video tip from PlaySportsTV.com. Step 2 teaches you the proper swing and follow-through for a well-executed forehand.
Gilad Bloom explains the fundamentals of the cornerstone of tennis technique with this video tip from PlaySportsTV.com. Step 3 emphasizes the importance of footwork and technique for a well-executed forehand.
This drill is designed to work specifically on shot placement and accuracy of the forehand. The better the players become at hitting cross-court, the harder they can hit the ball.
A solid second serve reduces the pressure on you to hit a winning first serve. It also keeps you from being instantly attacked on second serves.