Future Demand Tennis Coach Calum Bennett take into what Tennis means to him and how it has impacted his life.
[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”4.4.9″ custom_margin=”0px||0px||true|false” custom_padding=”0px||0px||true|false”][et_pb_row _builder_version=”4.4.9″ custom_margin=”0px||0px||true|false” custom_padding=”0px|0px|0px|0px|true|true”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”4.4.9″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”4.4.9″ hover_enabled=”0″] To achieve the most benefit from your weekly tennis lesson you need to be well prepared beforehand. Remember to:- High Energy Snack 1. Eat a nutritious, high energy snack, food at least 30 mins before you arrive at the courts. Blood Sugar …
The Forehand Volley is technically the easiest shot in the game to learn yet I constantly see players in clubland “overplaying” the shot by adding unnecessary elements to the stroke. In this article, we will go through three easy, yet essential tips to follow when playing a Forehand Volley. Follow these and your confidence when at the net will improve dramatically.
A Double Handed Backhand is the most common of the two Backhands for people to begin learning the game with. Having two hands on the racquet provides more support for the player and the swing path is often a lot easier to learn than a Single Handed Backhand.
I often see people who are new to tennis getting caught up in trying to nail every aspect of the stroke they are learning. More often than not this leads to frustration and none of those aspects ever really improving. Whenever I’m teaching the Forehand I’ll always refer back to these 4 Essential tips to help my player move forward in their development.
As Metropolitan Melbourne has now moved into Stage 4 restrictions, all tennis facilities in this area will have to shut for a 6 week period beginning on Monday August 3rd. For Future Demand Tennis this unfortunately means all coaching has to stop immediately. We hope that everyone remains safe and healthy during this time and we are looking forward to the day when we’re able to resume our on court lessons.
When the state government announced that Victoria was going into its second lockdown, tennis was very fortunate to be announced as one of the 5 sports that could continue (albeit with some minor modifications). We are super excited to be able to continue to deliver lessons unde the current climate. The modifications to our program …