Moving Forward Through The Service Return (Video)
Moving Forward Through The Service Return (Video)...
(Video shot in Sun Valley, Idaho)… Many times I’ve noticed a common error that happens in doubles when a player is returning a second serve in a pressure situation.  The tighter the match, the more chances of it happening. The score is 4-5, 30-40, and you are the receiver.  The server misses her first serve and you and your partner have a set point with a second serve coming! And your thinking “Great!, second... 
Volleys-What’s In Your Footwork?(Video)
Volleys-What’s In Your Footwork?(Video)...
So how do you move when you hit a volley? What’s in your footwork?? Do you run right through it? Do you stop get set and step in? Do you wait for the ball to come to you? OK, we’re gonna have some fun with this! I’m going to demonstrate some of the common errors that players make when they volley…. Yeah, you’re gonna love watchin this!! Then after that, we’ll put together a format... 
The Service Return And Pressure Situations (Video)
The Service Return And Pressure Situations (Video)...
Here is another tip we created  for one of our associates, TennisOne.com.  We combined some of the tactics and strategies from two of our doubles clips, “ Moving Forward Through The Service Return” and “Lob The Server”, with the purpose of taking a deeper look into the viewpoint of the receiver.  So how do you return under pressure?  What’s in your service return?? Do you go for it?  Do you just get it... 
Hitting the Big Overhead! (Video)
Hitting the Big Overhead! (Video)...
(Video shot in Manzanillo, Mexico)…  Nothing is more fun than hitting a big overhead well, and you’ve all done it! You hit a penetrating volley to the corner, move into the net forcing your opponent to lob, you move back and crush it for a winner! yeah baby! That’s what everybody expects to do, but that’s not always what happens. Here’s a clever key to this scenario…..  Read More →
Get Into The Game! (Video)
Get Into The Game! (Video)...
This is the first tip in our series called “Get into the Game!”, about doubles tactics and instinctive patterns that players do at the 3.5 to 4.5 level. These are tactics we all understand, but, in a match, what are YOUR instinctive patterns? Are you really in the game?  Read More →