Whether its a rainy day or you're on your own, you can still log some tennis practice even without a court.
Learning how to run the lines is fantastic way to start using the tennis court to either warm-up your body before practice or dial in your footwork skills.
Whether your teaching, or just getting started with tennis and looking for some simple drills, these tennis drills for beginners are perfect for all ages.
Tennis at a young age is a great way to develop many motor skills as well as a passion for the lifelong sport.
Get started using an agility ladder for tennis with our five easy drills to improve your footwork, speed, coordination, and balance.
A solid serve allows a player to win cheap points and control the court.
Any tennis player knows the importance of proper tennis net height in the game.
Want to move better on court? Proven ways to improve your tennis footwork on the court.
Tennis drills here will improve your mental abilities – concentration, perseverance, emotion control and so on.
Have you ever wondered what difference the surface of a tennis court can make?