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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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2013 Aussie Open Preview

The Aussie Open are already underway and I am sure a lot of you are excited to watch the first Grand Slam of the year. The players are rested and excited to play again. Last year Djokovic won the historic final against Rafa Nadal who is unfortunately not playing this...

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Your 2013 Tennis Goals

2013 is here and I am sure a lot of you have some New Years Resolutions regarding your tennis game. In this post I would like to give you some ideas about how you can make these happen and achieve your tennis goals in 2013. Most people fail with New Years Resolutions...

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Learning From Serena Williams

Serena Williams had a phenomenal year in 2012 with lots of big victories. She won Wimbledon, the Olympics, the US Open and the WTA year end championships in Turkey. Whenever she is in good form she is by far the best player on the women's tour. Serena is now certainly...

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Learning From Novak Part 2

In Part 1 of Learning From Novak Djokovic we talked about mastering the return of serve and the importance of continuous improvement for your tennis game. Now it's time to learn more from the world number 1 in Part 2 of this series. More Lessons From Novak Djokovic 1....

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Learning From Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic ended his season with his second victory at the Barclays ATP World Tour finals. He beat Roger Federer 7-6 7-5 in the finals and also finished the year as the number 1 ranked player in the world. We of course have seen phenomenal development from Novak...

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Learning From Roger Part 2

Roger Federer just lost the finals of the ATP World Tour Championships 6-7 5-7 against Novak Djokovic in an incredible match. The match was played at a very high level from these two great champions and a lot of lessons can be learned watching a match like this. Even...

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Learning From Roger Federer

I just watched Roger Federer beat David Ferrer 6-4 7-6 in a group match at the Barclays ATP World Tour finals and thought it would be a good time to write a post on what we can learn from Federer. Watching Roger play indoors is always exciting because he displays his...

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Why Murray Won The US Open

Andy Murray won his first Grand Slam title with a 5 set victory over Novak Djokovic in the US Open finals. This was a very interesting match, played in extremely windy conditions and in this post I want to take a look at some of the reasons why I think Murray got his...

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Air Targets In Tennis Practice

If you have followed my video tips and blog posts you already know that missing in the net is the most common error for recreational tennis players and it is also the worst error you can make on the tennis court! If you miss in the net that means you were not even...

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US Open 2012 Preview

The US Open are about to start and I think this is going to be a very exciting tournament. The Men's Game On the men's side Rafael Nadal is not going to be competing in the event because of continued problems with his knees. He has been out for a while now and the...

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Are You Willing To Lose ?

Most tennis players don't improve as much as they could because they are not willing to lose or they are simply too afraid of the consequences an unexpected loss might have on their ego. Now you might be thinking why should I be willing to lose ? Well if you want to...

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Lessons From The Pros

The Bet-At-Home Open were played here in Hamburg, Germany this past week. The tournament is an ATP 500 level event and I spend two days at the tournament watching a lot of great players play and practice. Juan Monaco from Argentina ended up winning the tournament with...

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2012 Wimbledon Preview

Wimbledon is around the corner and what an exciting time this is right now in Pro Tennis! Rafa and Novak have an incredible rivalry going on and it appears as if Roger is losing ground to these two. Maria Sharapova is back to top form and currently number 1 in the...

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French Open 2012 Recap

The French Open came to an end on Monday with Rafael Nadal winning his 7th French Open title in another great match against Novak Djokovic. On the women's side Maria Sharapova won her 1st French Open title and with that completed a career Grand Slam. In this post I...

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French Open Preview

The French Open are about to start and it looks like it will be a very exciting tournament this year. I want to share my thoughts with you on who the favourites are and what factors are important to consider. As usual we will take a detailed look at the men’s game and...

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Pro Tour Update

The clay court season is heating up. Roger Federer and Serena Williams won the Masters/Premiere series titles in Madrid last week on a blue clay court. This week the world's best are competing in Rome before heading to the French Open. Let's recap what happened so far...

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Physical Intensity Part 2

In my previous post I introduced the concept of physical intensity and gave you some tips on how you can increase the intensity in your training sessions. Today I want to talk to you guys about becoming a more well-rounded athlete, which will help you increase...

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