Technology continues to evolve in almost every aspect of life – and tennis is no exception to this. This includes the advancements of tennis racquets, tennis shoes, tennis strings, hawk-eye technology and telemetry sensors.
Tennis is a unique sport when it comes to scoring. Although most of us are familiar with the scoring system in tennis, I am sure some might not be aware as to why this slightly unique method of scoring is followed.
It goes without saying that tennis is definitely one of the more physically demanding sports out there. The amount of strain that is put on the shoulders, legs, hips, etc. is almost unmatched in any sport. However, every sport requires a different type of fitness training which is suitable for that specific sport.
Making it big in tennis is no easy feat, however once you make it to the top there is a lot of money up for grabs.
Competition tennis is the next step in your child’s Tennis Journey as it gives them the opportunity to put the skills they are learning in coaching to the test against similar standard children from the region.
[Sport is a vital part of childhood development, through sports, the child improves not only their fundamental motor skills but the ability to socialise with their peers. They learn about teamwork and of course, about individual roles. Additionally, through sports, children acquire values, these values can be helpful in a sporting environment but also transferable …
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Many times I’m down at the courts and I see players practising their Ground Strokes, Volleys and Serves but neglecting to practise their Return of Serve. When playing matches your first priority is to hold your serve but if your Return Game is poor, you will never get a look in on your opponent’s serve and the best result for you can hope for is being taken to a tie-break
[Tennis is played in 211 countries around the world so you can imagine there would be some pretty amazing destinations to go and watch the world’s best players fight it out! Here are 10 Tournaments from around the world that you’d be more than happy to spend your hard-earned getting to…… 1. Wimbledon This one …
Everyone who has played tennis either recreationally or professionally knows the importance of having a solid backhand. The backhand is much harder to master than a forehand owing to the technical abilities that are required to perfect a backhand. This takes years of hard work and practice and does not happen overnight.