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200 Secrets of Great Tennis
by Joe Dinoffer

200 Secrets to Great Tennis has been many years in the making, featuring time-tested quick fixes alongside innovative tips that are scientifically based on visual, auditory, and kinesthetic guidance systems. Many of the tips are specifically kinesthetic for players to gain a "feel" for an improved skill, while vision-based tips imprint a visual reference.  This series is organized into 12 sections on 3 disks, each containing well over an hour of non-stop action.

  • Section #1 Topspin Forehand
  • Section #2 Topspin Two-Handed Backhand
  • Section #3 Topspin One-Handed Backhand
  • Section #4 Slice Backhand
  • Section #5 Serve
  • Section #6 Return of Serve
  • Section #7 Volley
  • Section #8 Overhead
  • Section #9 Movement Skills
  • Section #10 Practice Habits & Drills
  • Section #11 Specialty Shots
  • Section #12 Know Your Grips

Topspin Forehand
1 Intro - Vol1 03:00
2 Timing and Contact 06:04
3 Lack of Control 02:55
4 Essential or Individual 05:58
5 Relax for Maximum Power 04:54
Two-Handed Topspin Backhand
6 Finding Your Dominant Hand 04:18
7 Grips 03:49
8 Differences Between the Forehand and Two-Hander Swing Path 05:16
9 Handling Troublesome High and Low Balls with Two-Hander 01:51
10 Generating More Power with Two-Hander 03:03
Top Spin One-Handed Backhand
11 Amount of Spin 03:48
12 Size of Swing Path 03:21
13 Generating Power with One-Handed Backhand 03:37
Backspin Backhand
14 Best Grip, Racquet Angle, and Swing Path to Use 05:38
15 Hitting Backhand Volley with One Hand or Two 02:49
16 Avoiding Errors on High and Low Balls 01:50
17 Getting More Pop on Slice Backhand 05:23
18 Conclusion - Vol1 01:05
Serve
19 Intro - Vol2 03:03
20 Does Your Serve Toss Have a Mind of its Own 03:03
21 Relax - Tight in Not Right on the Serve 03:54
22 Trouble Getting a Grip on the Serve 02:40
23 Power Struggles on your Serve 08:08
24 Can your Opponents Read You Like a Book 03:26
Return of Serve
25 Proper Planning 02:32
26 Play the Percentages 02:42
27 Confidence when Returning the Serve 02:45
Volley
28 Is Your Grip Giving You Fits 03:04
29 Being Ready at the Net 04:35
30 Using the Wrist or Shoulder to Set the Racquet 03:06
31 Trouble with High and Low Balls 04:26
32 Hitting Backhand Volley with One Hand or Two 02:49
33 Getting More Zip on Volleys 05:26
Overhead
34 How to Set Up and React Fast on Lobs 03:18
35 Improving Overhead with Movement 02:36
36 Getting Better Feel for Ball Contact 02:29
37 Better Control Over Direction 02:29
38 Baseline Overheads Make Me Nervous 02:05
39 Conclusion - Vol2 01:06
Movement Skills
40 Movement Skills 01:19
41 Split Step vs Supermarket Shuffle 01:34
42 Turn to Face your Targe Position 00:45
43 Swing Speed and Follow Through Steps 00:53
44 Left to Left or Right to Right on Short Balls 00:35
45 Open Stance Left to Left or Right to Right on Wide Balls 01:15
46 Transfer Steps Forwards or Backwards 00:41
47 The Tennis Dance 00:32
48 Find your Ideal Playing Height 00:59
49 Race the Ball 00:42
50 Pose for a Picture 00:36
51 Simplify to 3 Types of Balls 01:10
Practice Habits and Drills
52 Practice Habits and Drills 01:02
53 The 1-10 Scale 01:16
54 Inventory 01:03
55 Go Drill 01:00
56 Two Returns Per Point 00:52
57 Win Last Point or Back to Love 01:35
58 Simplicity Charting 01:19
59 Volley the Serve 00:43
60 Focus Games to Three and Five 01:16
61 Self-Esteem 01:01
62 Line Calls 01:42
63 Oddballs 01:03
64 Read the Ball 01:04
65 Read the Opponent 01:50
66 Offense Defense 01:54
67 Solid or Action 00:54
68 Courage Drill 01:25
69 Creative Drill 01:21
70 Remote Control 01:28
71 Jump Start Points 01:33
Specialty Shots
72 Specialty Shots Intro 01:22
73 Dropshot 07:20
74 Approach Shot 06:19
75 Side T Groundstrokes 03:39
76 Topspin Lob 02:08
77 Defensive Lob 03:05
78 Defensive Squash Shot 02:27
Know Your Grips
79 Know Your Grips 02:33
80 Conclusion - Vol3 01:05

JoeDinoffer Joe Dinoffer Former Professional Tennis Player & Founder of Oncourt Offcourt

Joe Dinoffer has had an extensive "world class" career in the tennis industry, and has conducted clinics and exhibitions in over 50 countries, personally logging over 30,000 hours of instruction in English, Spanish, and German. He is a Master Professional in both the PTR and USPTA, a distinction awarded to only a select few in the tennis industry. Joe also received the prestigious 2006 USPTA Tennis Industry Excellence Award and was also selected as the 2012 USPTA Texas Pro of the Year. Joe is the author and editor of 7 books and 17 DVDs. He writes regularly for www.TennisOne.com and Tennis Industry Magazine, and also has had numerous tips airing on the Tennis Channel. As a member of the Head/Penn Advisory Staff and National Speakers Bureau, Joe is a frequent speaker at national and international tennis conferences, having conducted over 250 workshops since 1995. He is also the founder and president of Oncourt Offcourt, Ltd., a company exclusively serving the needs of tennis, fitness, and physical education coaches with innovative training aids and educational tools. He lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife, Monika, and their daughter, Kalindi.

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