So Many Owe Tennis To So Few

By Scott Cleere, Director of Tennis at Templeton Tennis Ranch “Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.” Winston Churchill Drawing parallels between tennis and war is a stretch. However drawing … Read More

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 as a stress management tool because we associate breath work … Read More

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 footwork and preparation. Often people think of a slice as … Read More

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 time, whether you are on the run, or in a … Read More