In addition to preventing injury and enhancing on-court performance, strength training also increases muscular endurance. Here are some safe and effective core exercises appropriate for young players.
Unlike natural ability, mobility is something you can actually improve with practice. Increase your flexibility and court coverage with these tips on staying loose.
The U.S. Open National Playoffs offers players from all walks of life a chance to play their way onto the biggest stage in tennis. The Open is open. Are you in?
Success in tennis depends as much on mental conditioning as it does on physical training. Here are tips on developing a strong mental game to help you through tough matches.
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.
It's okay to be a frustrated, anxious tennis parent, as long as you remain a good one. With self-control, the two can co-exist.
Young athletes have to understand that their on-court performance does not define them as persons. They must learn to respect themselves and thus let go of the need to gain approval from others.