The biggest change in the game over the last 20 years has been the tremendous increase in the level of athleticism of the players. Players are getting, bigger, faster and stronger and the fitness component of the game has become much more important.

  • The physical demands of competitive tennis are tremendous.
  • The physical demands of competitive tennis are tremendous.
  • The physical demands of competitive tennis are tremendous.

Tremendous physical demands

While athletes in some sports can specialize in one or two areas of fitness, tennis players need to excel in all of them (endurance, speed, strength, coordination, agility and flexibility). In the fitness section, you will find specific drills and exercises to help players avoid injuries and improve performance.

YOUR BODY IS YOUR CAPITAL! Our experts and partners in the areas of athletic development and functional movement will accompany you as you take another step forward towards achieving your goals.

IMPROVING AGILITY AND SPEED

IMPROVING AGILITY AND SPEED

Tennis is a game of movement, of quick starts and stops and frequent changes of direction. The quicker you move on the court the better you will play. In this section you will find a great deal of exercises to help you reach more balls in balance.

IMPROVING STRENGTH AND POWER

IMPROVING STRENGTH AND POWER

Tennis has become a very physical game. Players are bigger and stronger and changes in the equipment allow for tremendous ball speeds. Being strong and powerful will not only help you avoid injuries but it will also improve your game. Find out how in this section.

IMPROVING COORDINATION AND BALANCE

IMPROVING COORDINATION AND BALANCE

There are quite a few moving parts in the execution of a great strokes and all of these parts need to be coordinated perfectly over and over to achieve consistency on the court. This section will explore ways to improve coordination and balance.

IMPROVING MOBILITY AND FLEXIBILITY

IMPROVING MOBILITY AND FLEXIBILITY

Unless all joints are working at their optimal range of motion, a player's performance will suffer and the chance of injury will be increase. This section is all about improving your body's mobility to help it work more efficiently.  All the drills in this section have been especially designed to improve all tennis specific movements needed on the court.

REGENERATE BETTER

REGENERATE BETTER

If you are serious about optimizing your body's performance and staying healthy ths is the section for you.  Our TennisGate experts have put together a group of exercises to help keep your fascia and muscles loose, soft and ready to perform day in and day out.  Using tools such as the foam roller, massage stick, lacrosse ball, duo ball and the black roller, you will become your body's best friend.