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Service 1-2-3

In this video you can learn three simple drills that can transfrom your serve and are easy to do. Make sure you watch this video and maximize your serve.


Slow Motion Backhand


In the video above you can watch a slow-motion video analysis of 2 of the World's premier players, Maria Sharapova and Victoria Aazarenka. This video allows you to understand the key characteristics with regards to having a World class backhand. This revolutionary new slow motion CAD software is the ultimate tennis coaching tool as it shows you the key reference points frame by frame. For the first time you can have a simple 1-2-3 approach to improving your technique whether you are a recreational player or an aspiring professional.

Overhead Drill


In the video above you can watch Melinda Czink working on her overhead which is one of the most important shots in tennis today. With the evolution of the game, players are now becoming much more aggressive and it has become crucial that players know how to end points at the net.

Nadal Pre-Hab training

Watch this video to help you improve your tennis perception skills with 3 simples drills!


In the video above you can observe Rafael Nadal participating in a gym workout that focuses primarily on pre-habilitation which is a form of training design to prevent injuries to athletes. The fantastic part about this video is that it is narrated by world renowned physiotherapist and personal friend Ian Barstow who has been working on the WTA tour for over ten years.

Roger Federer

Below you can watch a video of former World #1 Roger Federer training before his match at the 2011 U.S. Open. When watching this video I encourage you to pay attention to how relaxed Roger is during his pre-match warm-up and how he uses this time to not only warm-up his muscles but also to begin preparing his mind for the battle that lays ahead-'A true champion believes in themselves when no-one else does' - ancient Chinese proverb


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