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What Adult Players Can Learn From Juniors – and Visa Versa!

At the recent Junior Sectionals tournaments, many of Southern California’s finest young talents were front and center, competing among their peers for 2017 bragging rights. These junior players exemplify some… Read more »

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Coaching Corner: Being Perfect vs. Being Your Best

As an elite performance expert, Dr. Michelle Cleere helps top athletes, musicians, and executives in competitive fields unlock the power of the mind and create the mental toughness to be… Read more »

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Breathe to Win

Can something we do all day unconsciously be the answer to managing stress, anxiety and improving overall health by simply being conscious of it? Yes, it can. Breathing, often overlooked… Read more »

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Penny Drill – Control The Racquet Face

What Is The Penny drill? With beginners ( children and adults) sometimes it’s hard for them to control the racquet face and keep it perpendicular. It’s either launched to the… Read more »

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Make The Backhand Slice Work For You

Utilizing the Backhand Slice In this tennis tip, we will address the 3 types of slices: defensive, neutral, and offensive. With all 3 types of slices, the main ingredients are… Read more »

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The Perfect Lob

There are a couple different types of lobs: offensive, defensive, underspin, topspin, good, bad, in & out.  You must first master the underspin lob that you can do at any… Read more »

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What Is A “Forward Stance” Forehand?

Everyone has heard about the closed stance, open-stance, and semi-open stances for hitting forehands . . . so why is no one talking about the “forward stance” forehand. With the… Read more »

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The Great Equalizer (The Lob)

I’m often asked, what the most important shot is in to have in doubles. The obvious things that come to mind are a strong serve, great volleys and good consistent… Read more »