The Grunt – Does It Really Help Tennis Players?

Making a racket during sports is usually something reserved for the likes of full contact events like hockey, rugby or American football.  However, over the last few decades, it seems to have found a weird home in the rather surprising sport of tennis. Although tennis has always been a fairly intense sport, the need for […]

Taking a Bet on Murray for Wimbledon?

Andy Murray is the Wimbledon defending champion and one of the favourites coming in to the grass court season this year. He will be playing at Queens Club tomorrow and is the favourite to win the tournament there, but with no Nadal, Federer or Djokovic, then it would seem that he should win it, although […]

Tennis Backhand – Use The Tennis Slice

The tennis backhand slice is a VERY useful shot to learn, it is a fantastic ‘rhythm messing up’ shot! and can be played equally for attacking and defending… However, this article is dedicated to the tennis slice and the first thing to check is the backhand grip and get the steps to hitting a tennis […]

The Fundamental Tennis Forehand Stroke

Your tennis forehand stroke should come first! It is one of the most important shots as it can be played from anywhere in the court! Basically, it is preferential to have a strong forehand tennis game as, statistically, it is the most frequently used shot. There are two types of forehand tennis stroke: Inside In […]

Top tennis drills – Find Your Tennis Drill

If you are a competition addict, like me, then tennis drills will probably be less fun as getting out there on a clay tennis court and playing some points. Nevertheless, it so important. There must be a balance between training and competition. If you are well prepared it inspires confidence and therefore relieves pressure in […]