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Three Situations: D.N.A.

One of the very first mental steps to playing smart tennis is to make the right decisions for different situations. D.N.A. (Defense, Neutral, Attack), understanding these decisions and which is the most appropriate shot for each situation is crucial. A player has to develop the instinct to understand and be disciplined when faced with the situation.


Ladder Drills for Footspeed

Footspeed is often overlooked in the umbrella term of Footwork but it's vital to allow your feet to move faster to give you better positioning and balance

Drills focus:

Feeling & Flowing with your shots

Warming up in a slow, methodical and controlled way is often overlooked by many club/recreational players. Instead of hitting fast and going from 0 to 100 in a minute, spend a few minutes feeling the ball and flowing with your shots 💧


This exercise is a good warm up to relax and stay loose. When you do this, you are allowing the kinetic chain of energy to flow from your body to racquet to strings. All this together, gives you effortless power.


Footspeed and Coordination Driils

Under the umbrella term of footwork, footspeed and coordination plays a vital role in getting players to the ball faster and allowing them to get better balance and positioning to maintain form and technique.

Footspeed refers to how fast one can move their legs/feet on the court

Coordination refers to how quick the neuromuscular system (nervous system and muscles) can respond to allow one to move faster

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How to Warm Up for Tennis

Tennis is a game of routines and among all of them, nothing is more important than a pre-match/practice warm up.


The warm up prepares the body and mind for exercise by increasing heart rate gradually, alleviating risk of injury and loosening your joints. It’s something simple that takes about 10–15 minutes to complete.

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