Fitness and Regeneration


In a resent study, tennis was found to increase the lifespan of avid players by around 10 years highlighting the health benefits of the game. The reality is that tennis taxes every important fitness component and that is why it has such a considerable impact on health. However, in the same way that playing tennis improves your fitness, boosting your fitness will also improve your game and, more importantly, keep you on-court longer.

There are many training programs  that use one-dimensional exercises targeting  a sole muscle group. These programs disregard  all the small muscles of the core and and shoulder, despite their immense  importance. Our conditioning philosophy focuses on so called coordinative strength programs which target multiple muscle groups. Exactly what players need.

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January 22, 2019Fitness and Regeneration, Girls Tennis

Cone Jungle

Shuffle steps are fast, short steps, on the balls of the feet with very short ground contact. This is a form of footwork used by good players to execute rapid, short jumps, to adjust their position or to regulate the distance to the ball...

January 22, 2019Fitness and Regeneration

Shuffling around Cones

In contrast to quickness on a muscular level, there is also a type of quickness governed by neuro-muscular control processes. Having optimal coordination when it comes to quickness also requires high quality performance in this area. The...

January 22, 2019Fitness and Regeneration

Shuffling around Balls

Please accept preferences, statistics, marketing cookies to watch this video. The players place a ball at each point of the compass round them. The distance to each ball should be approx. three metres. On the coach’s signal, the player...

January 22, 2019Fitness and Regeneration


Please accept preferences, statistics, marketing cookies to watch this video. The coach stands at the net and shows the players where to move using hand signals. Side steps to the right Side steps to the left Forwards sprint Backwards sp...