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http://www.top-tennis-training.com/ How To Reduce Errors In Tennis - Tennis Lessons Online. In this video LTA Senior Performance and RPT National Professional coach Simon Konov of Top Tennis Training will break down how to reduce your errors in tennis. When we think about it in the simplest way, there are only two obstacles on the tennis court: 1. The Net 2. Hitting Long or Wide If we take the net out of the equation by simple increasing our net clearance on shots, we will already reduce our errors dramatically in both training and matches. If we then increase our topspin levels to make sure our ball dips before the lines we then decrease our error rates even more. When you join these two things together, you will see some great results. This is exactly what consistent players like Rafael Nadal do, instead of playing low and flat over the net (high risk tennis) then play the high percentage option of hitting with good margin over the net and heavy topspin to allow that higher ball to then dip into the court. Try it out and you'll love the results! Take advantage of our free mini video series by clicking the links below - Serve Like The Pros - https://goo.gl/lU9xkU Win with David Ferrer - https://goo.gl/tW9EyB Backhand with Nalbandian - https://goo.gl/F8cPlh Return with Nalbandian - https://goo.gl/RkXhGA Backhand with Robredo - https://goo.gl/QShuiP Play Like Your Favorite Pros - https://goo.gl/reNYTv Forehand Course - https://goo.gl/WNgFfb Doubles Course - https://goo.gl/6VQjTo
http://www.feeltennis.net/still-head-at-contact/ Watching the ball or keeping your head still at contact is one of the most common coaching advice in tennis and yet almost no recreational tennis players are able to do it. I believe that one needs to first remove the obstacles to keeping your head still and only then can this skill be acquired. I know of 3 mental blocks and one physical. You may look up before contact because you want to see where your opponent is going. You may also look up because you want to see where the target is. You may also look up because the rotation of your body is pulling your head up. And of course, you may not trust your ability to hit targets without looking at them so again you want to look up to be sure. Unless you deal with these obstacles, you won't be able to keep your eye on the ball and maintain a still head while hitting the ball.
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How To Practice Tennis By Yourself - 5 Different Ways- Tennis Lesson.
In this video LTA Senior Performance and RPT National Professional coach Simon Konov of Top Tennis Training will show you five different ways to practice tennis by yourself.
Now you will have no excuses for not training alone!
The 5 different ways are:
1. Using a ball machine. The advantage of using a ball machine is that you can hit the same type of ball (low backhands for instance) over and over again and fully master that one shot. Some of the new ball machines on the market are also capable of feeding the ball in different zones on the court so you can change the ball length and width and replicate pointplay against the machine.
2. Using a practice wall. This method is great for any level player, indeed pro players use the wall often. For beginners you might choose to practice with 2 bounces so you have time to set up and execute a proper shot. There are so many drills you can do against the wall and the truly great thing is - the wall never misses!
3. Hitting serves alone. The serve is the most important shot in tennis so it would make sense that players spend the most amount of their alone time hitting serves, however not many players actually do this at club level but the further you go up in levels, the more time players will spend hitting serves as they truly understand the importance of the serve in tennis.
4. Training your footwork and movement. Footwork is one of the most overlooked elements of tennis the world over. Ask the majority of club players what they struggle with and you'll rarely get the response "my footwork". However ask 100 pro players why they didn't play well and many will tell you "I didn't move very well today, my footwork was slow and heavy".
The fact is, if you can't get into the right position to hit the stroke, you won't be able to execute properly. Just look at Federer dancing around the court and you'll soon realize just how important footwork is for tennis players.
5. Self feeding balls to yourself. This is another great way to train alone, it's something that anyone of any level can do and you'd be surprised that even Pros use this when they have nobody to hit with and their coach is not on hand to feed them balls
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