You can train as much as you like, but without a strategy, you're playing against yourself. Here are tips for developing a winning tennis strategy that will take you to match point.
Don't have a powerful serve? Not to worry. Learn how improving your return of serve can turn you in a formidable opponent.
Have trouble with tennis players who always lob and don't put pace on the ball? Find out five strategies to change the game in your favor.
Professional tennis players might be fun to watch, but that doesn't mean you should try to copy what they do. Here's a guide on what you can learn from watching a pro.
Don't try to crush the ball when an opponent sends a lob your way. Try this winning strategy instead.
The playing-the-score approach took Andre Agassi to the top of the pro tennis circuit. Find out which strategy can improve your game.
One of the critical areas in player development is the ability to identify your playing style and your opponent's.
Clay is dirty, unpredictable and can leave you face down in the dust. In short, some of the best tennis out there. To help you adjust to the nuances of clay courts, here are seven strategies for perfecting your slide game.
How to Reduce Unforced Errors
Stop hitting the ball into the net or wide by following this simple strategy to reduce unforced errors during your next tennis match.