Conventional methods for footwork often results in clumsiness without any added speed. Oscar Wegner offers this advice on how to naturally and instincBy Oscar Wegner
Tennis Articles & Advice
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 theBy Nick Bollettieri
Too many times players assume a lack of focus is the cause for mental mistakes. Addressing the real causes for poor focus and you are closer to develoBy Patrick J. Cohn, Ph.D.
To be successful you must work towards your goals with your eyes wide open. Hard work is helpful, but not enough. In a word, you have to work "smart."By Allen Fox, Ph.D.
Here are seven great reasons why you need to start working on your tennis footwork today.By Paul Gold
Dennis Van der Meer, known as the "pro's pro," has taught more people how to play and teach the game of tennis than anyone in the history of the game.
Find out how to keep your next overhead return inbounds and out of the net.By Dennis Van der Meer
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.By Ini Ghidirmic and West Nott