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How To Be More Confident Like Roger

Roger Federer just won the 2015 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships with an impressive 6:3 7:5 victory over world number 1 Novak Djokovic. Throughout this match he played exciting aggressive Tennis. He hit phenomenal topspin backhands and very aggressive forehands,...

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Win More With One Statistic

Detailed statistics can tell you almost the entire story about a tennis match. However they are very underused in tennis instruction. Tennis generally requires lots of focused practice to become a great player but sometimes very simply ideas can get you to win more...

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Australian Open 2014 Review

Stanislas Wawrinka and Li Na are the 2014 Australian Open champions and I am happy for both of these players because they have been continuously improving their game in the recent past. Overall it was a tremendous tournament and I thoroughly enjoyed watching a lot of...

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Accomplishing Your Goals in 2014

First of all I want to wish you a happy new year and all the best for 2014! I am very grateful for how 2013 went and the incredible success we had with Online Tennis Instruction would not have been possible without your support so many thanks for that! If you are like...

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Roger Federer’s Dilemma

Roger Federer has been playing some very good Tennis these past 2 weeks and it was great to see him show some of his old form! Last week he lost in a tough 3-set match to Juan Martin Del Potro in the finals of Basel. Del Potro played exceptional Tennis and Federer was...

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Nadal – Greatest Of All-Time ?

Rafael Nadal just won his 13th Grand Slam title at the 2013 US Open. This puts him reasonably close to Roger Federer who has 17 Grand Slam titles and is widely considered the greatest player of all-time.  I think Nadal has a great chance of overtaking Federer and...

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US Open 2013 Finals Review

Nadal played possibly his best Tennis ever to beat Novak Djokovic in 4 sets and Serena Williams beat Victoria Azarenka in a tough 3-set match.  Let's take a close look at the keys to the finals matches and lessons that can be learned! Men's Finals Rafael Nadal beat...

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Wimbledon 2013 Finals Preview

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray will play in the Wimbledon finals match on Sunday. Murray survived a tough 5-set match in the quarterfinals and Djokovic in the semi-finals to get to the championship match. I think this is going to be very close and in this post I want...

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Rafa Nadal: Always Improving

Rafael Nadal did it again and won his 8th French Open title. The biggest victory of course came in the semi-finals against Novak Djokovic. Nadal then deservedly won the title with a straight sets win in the finals over David Ferrer and once again I am extremely...

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Nadal Djokovic Preview

Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are set to meet each other in the 2013 French Open semifinals. This has been the predominant rivalry in men’s tennis for a while now and these two definitely bring out the best in each other! Do You Remember The Epic Australian Open...

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Dealing With Stroke Frustration

I recently did a podcast with mental game expert Dr. Patrick Cohn. We talked on the subject of dealing with frustration while working on your strokes, which oftentimes has to do with perfectionism. Dr. Cohn is a leading expert in the field of tennis psychology and you...

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Learning From Maria Sharapova

Serena Williams beat Maria Sharapova 4-6 6-3 6-0 to win the 2013 Sony Open in Miami, Florida. Serena once again proved that she is the best player in women's Tennis and her performance was really impressive. To me the most interesting part about this final though, are...

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Observations From Indian Wells

I recently got to spend a week in Indian Wells in order to film the best players in the world with a super slow motion camera. What you can see with this kind of a camera is absolutely amazing and I am certain the footage that I will release over the next couple of...

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Realistic Expectations

Tennis is a game of errors. Even at the highest levels of the game, players usually hit more errors than winners and at the recreational level the amount of errors far exceeds the amount of winners! Keeping this in mind, I believe it is unrealistic and foolish for...

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Less Frustration On Court

Most of you know that feeling when you are frustrated on the court and everything seems to be going against you. During really bad times you might even consider quitting Tennis or at least that thought has crossed your mind. With this post I want to help you develop...

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Emotional Control On Court

Most of you have been told before that you should stay calm between points and control your body language. Nevertheless, very few tennis players actually accomplish this task and many even believe that it is better to let your anger out. Frustration is everywhere on...

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Future Stars On The WTA Tour

With Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys, America has two developing young stars that are climbing up the WTA rankings. I believe great times are ahead for both of these girls and in this blog post I want to give you a quick overview about their respective game styles,...

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