Master Professionals, Ken DeHart and Jorge Capastany, explore the 50 Best Tennis Tips in this instructional tennis course.
• A teaching system that is easy to use
• Correct stroke and strategy deficiencies in your game
• Tennis tactics broken down into simple and easy to use concepts
• Games and drills to improve your game
• Learn the 3 speeds of hitting the ball, the 4 targets, the 12 steps to footwork and mental tuffness skills
• Tips from some of the greats: Laver, Braden and Hopman
|1||Net Reaction Time 02:00|
|2||Quick Grip Changes 01:33|
|3||Return Of Serve Positions 02:00|
|4||Short Court Warm-Up 03:28|
|5||The Server's Partner 01:00|
|6||Types of Under Spin 01:27|
|7||Types of Topspin 01:43|
|8||Types of Shots 01:45|
|9||The 4 Target Areas 01:41|
|10||Tracking The Ball 02:05|
|11||Volley Situations 01:46|
|12||Spacing On The Forehand 01:52|
|13||Fixing The Volley 01:47|
|14||Movement For Groundstrokes & Volley 01:24|
|15||The Non-Hitter In Doubles 01:57|
|16||Depths Of Approach Shot 02:34|
|17||Kinds Of Lobs 01:39|
|18||Two Handed Forehand Cure 02:11|
|19||Give Them What They Hate 01:11|
|20||The Rally Ball 01:25|
|21||Australian Formation 02:14|
|22||Doubles Returns 02:52|
|23||Serving In Doubles 02:19|
|24||The Beer Drill 01:21|
|26||The Serve 00:48|
|27||The Court 01:09|
|28||Post Match Questions 02:12|
|29||Contacting The Ball 01:13|
|30||Types of Serves 01:54|
|31||Doubles Play 02:23|
|32||Winning Before Starting 01:54|
|33||Rod Laver's 3 Tips 00:47|
|34||Braden's Stress Management 02:31|
|35||Hopman's 4 Clues To Strategy 01:35|
|36||The Service Grip 01:02|
|37||Paying Attention 01:12|
|38||Types of Footwork 01:52|
|39||5 Tactical Priorities 02:13|
|40||Music While Drilling 00:50|
|41||Facilitating Match Play 01:49|
|42||Agility Classes 02:03|
|43||The Doubles Dance 02:52|
|44||Pro Lighthouse 01:25|
|45||Non-Elimination Events 01:51|
|46||Parents Watching 02:33|
|47||Facets of Teaching 01:16|
|48||Progressions of Teaching 01:44|
|49||Secrets to Winning Doubles 01:34|
|50||7 Habits of Successful Pros 05:48|
I have played and taught tennis for most of my life since the age of 19. I have been able to travel around the USA and the world to learn for the best coaches and to offer training to over 4,000 coaches and pros.
I received an opportunity to become a full time tennis pro and move to Nashville, Tennessee to become Director of Tennis for Sequoia Swim & Tennis for 2 years. I then became Director of Tennis for Woodmont Country Club for 5 years and Director for the largest club in Nashville - Maryland Farms Racquet and Country Club for 5 years.
Realizing I need more administrative experience, I moved to Hilton Head, South Carolina to become the Executive Director of the Professional Tennis Registry for over 2 years. Director of Tennis for Sea Pines Resort on Hilton Head Island with 30 courts became my next Director of Tennis position.
My parents had moved to Phoenix, Arizona and I interviewed for a position there and became the Director of Tennis for the largest club in Phoenix - the Western Reserve Club. We had 31 courts and the largest tennis program in the Southwest for 10 years. Later the owner and his wife divorced and he sold the club to CONDO development.
I was able to be hired in Atlanta, GA as Director of Tennis at the Sporting Club at Windy Hills, a $20 million dollar facility. After a year in Atlanta, I had an opportunity to become the Director of Tennis at Beverly Hills Country Club and move to LA. Here I would meet my wife - Karen and after a year there, we moved to San Jose where I have spent the last 15 years as Director of Tennis at Los Gatos, Mission Hill, San Jose Swim & Racquet Club (10 years) and now at AVAC with 11 courts and an incredible tennis staff and management team.
While this may sound like a lot of moving around the country, each move has been a positive career move and most have been for 5 years or more and 2 have been for 10 years or more - I have just been in the game for a long time.
All these opportunities have provided me with insights into how the game has changed, how it is taught and how to motive players and how to build a program.
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