How To Reduce Double Faults and Gain More Confidence For Your Tennis Serve

Between your first tennis serve and your second serve, what goes through your mind?   “@#$%, better keep it safe and put the ball in.”   “Argh, swing the racket up, toss properly and bend the knees a bit more.”   “I am going to make a double fault again!”…

How To Improve Your Court Positioning In Tennis

You saw the ball coming from the opposite side of the court and you quickly ran in, thinking of hitting it over after it bounces up.   As you stopped and prepare to swing the racket at the ball, the ball jumped and past your racket. You missed the ball…

6 Reasons Why You Lose Tennis Matches And What To Do About Them

By Joel Loo Have you ever wondered why you lose tennis matches very often? And you have no idea how you lost them?   In my experience as a tennis coach and my research on tennis players, I have found there are actually 6 main reasons why players lose their…

Tennis Beginners Tips : 6 Simple Ways To Win Your First Match

Last Wednesday was the first time my girls’ team, tennis beginners, played a friendly match. They have been training for about a year, and most of them started with no tennis experience at all.   I could not attend their friendly match due to some official matters. I wanted to…

3 Powerful Tips To Win Your Service Games

By Joel Loo   In today’s lesson, I want to share 3 powerful tips that you can use to win your service games.     Before I talk about the tips, let me share some of my thoughts on the importance of the tennis serve.   Why is the serve…

How To Beat The Damn Pusher In Your Next Match

By Joel Loo It’s so frickin frustrating when playing against a pusher. Every shot that you throw at him is a wasted effort because he keeps returning them to you. Argh! You feel like smashing the ball at him! Have you ever experienced this kind of agony? If yes, then…

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