With Wimbledon well underway, the grass courts of the All England Club are some of the hardest courts to master in tennis – especially due to the transition from the slow Parisian clay of the French Open. Today, we’ll explore how to best play on the grass. Where can you find natural grass courts in…

The French Open is upon us and it’ll leave tennis lovers glued to their seats for the next two weeks. The red clay of Roland Garros presents its own unique challenges to players, and its worth tuning in to learn a thing or two from the pros. What is a clay court? The name ‘clay…

The vision of Vida Tennis and Altona Tennis Club is to “create life opportunities through the sport of tennis”. There are many different pathways to achieve each player’s chosen goal, and this blog will explain each of these pathways and help guide players through each step of their tennis journey. Vida Tennis and the Altona…

Tennis training without a tennis ball. What do the pro’s do? - See more at: http://kidstennislessons.com.au/tennis-training-without-a-tennis-ball-what-do-the-pros-do/#sthash.2Cr1XrAA.dpuf

The increase on speed in the modern game has placed extra importance on the physical side of the game. Djokovic, Federer, Murray and Nadal have taken the men’s game to new levels in recent times, particular in the area of court speed and movement. Effective and efficient movement patterns, combined with a balance, flexible, strong…

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