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Passing shot game through the middle

Highly effective game for practicing the net game including passing shot situations. The net player feeds underhand from the middle T-line and stays there until the baseliner plays the first ball t...

Lateral rotational jumps

In a slightly flexed hip to shoulder wide standing position, perform fast rotational jumps (hip rotation with stable upper body and short contact times) and during the fast rotational jumps cover 3...

Tapping run with arm movement

In the half-high knee bend alternately fast bale contacts on the ground (short contact times) with slow-motion arm work (elbows at 90° angle). At the side line forward to the middle, then turn aro...

The Split Step

You don't have to stick your neck out too far to say that the split step is the most important step combination in tennis. It ensures that a player can move in all directions from a position of com...


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The site is divided into different sections to help you find exactly the information you need. Below you will find a listing of all sections and a description of what you will find in each of them.  To further facilitate your search, each section is searchable by key words.

Use the technical guidelines to develop your strokes

Although every point played starts with a serve and a return,  these two shots are also the least practiced shots in tennis. This does not add up.

In this section you will find everything you need to understand and practice these essential skills.

Learning from the pros
The groundstrokes are the heart of the game, and hitting technically solid strokes is very important. However, hitting solid shots is only half the battle, the other half is knowing when and where to hit each shot to increse your chances of winning the point.
Understand and improve the technique of the strokes that you need for a successful net game

Approaching the net is an essential skill to finish points and to play a successful doubles game. The net game has its own set of tecnical and tactical rules that every successful net player needs to understand and practice.  If you ever wonder how to win more points  at the net, here is the answer.

Preparation to play

In this category you will find clear examples of warm up activities that help maximize a player’s on court performance.

Our on-and off-court activities will get players physically and  mentally prepared to perform.

Be fit and keep fit

Our experts and partners in the areas of athletic development and functional movement will accompany  towards achieving your goals.

This section will improve your agility and speed, strength and power, coordination and balance as well as mobility and flexibility, while keeping you healthy.

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Running fast is important in tennis but the ability to change directions in balance is essential and in order to do it well you need to understand tennis specific footwork.

In this section you will find everything you need tocover the court better and more efficiently.

Learning Doubles from the Pros

Doubles is quick, dynamic and exciting, and is a totally different game than singles. Doubles requires a different set of skills and great doubles players have to feel comfortable anywhere on the court, especially close to the net.In "Doubles" you will find everything you need to help you understand, improve and succeed.

Be fit and keep fit

The mental game plays a determinant role in competitive tennis. The only way to achieve consistent performances at the level you are capable of is by learning to control your thoughts, emotions and focus in such a way as to allow your body to play freely and automatically.

Here is how to do that...

Kids on Court

The structure of this Kids on Court enables individual training for the different age groups as well as training in large groups. Over 300 videos will guide you to help children develop their motor and athletic skills, groundstrokes, serves, returns and net game with fundamental technique blocks in the stages red, orange and green.