Oscar Wegner`s Modern Footwork

by Oscar Wegner
Oscar Wegner`s Modern Footwork



Tennis Into The Future  – Modern Footwork  
Full of surprises, probing questions and amusing moments as well as clips demonstrating the principles discussed, Modern Footwork is an essential component in learning how to coach Modern Tennis Methodology at the intermediate and advanced levels.  An insightful interview on biomechanics with a leading chiropractic sports specialist is also included.


1 Intro to Modern Footowrk 1:44 2 Natural Movement 1:38 3 Lesson 2 Quiz 4 Faster Recovery 2:03 5 Lesson 4 Quiz 6 Moving Instinctively 6:17 7 Lesson 6 Quiz 8 More Speed, Less Effort 4:51 9 Lesson 8 Quiz 10 Balance and Falling Backwards 5:17 11 Lesson 10 Quiz 12 Modern vs Conventional Movement 4:06 13 Lesson 12 Quiz 14 Footwork and the Volley 2:26 15 Lesson 14 Quiz 16 Moving to the Net 2:28 17 Lesson 16 Quiz 18 The John McEnroe Volley 3:11 19 Lesson 18 Quiz 20 Movement Inside the Baseline 5:47 21 Lesson 20 Quiz 22 How Should Balance Feel? 4:47 23 Lesson 22 Quiz 24 The Split Step 6:48 25 Lesson 24 Quiz 26 The Split Step Simplified 1:34 27 Lesson 26 Quiz 28 Timing and Counting to 5 3:28 29 Lesson 28 Quiz 30 Stalking the Ball - The Non-Dominant Hand 4:08 31 Lesson 30 Quiz 32 Watching the Ball 2:03 33 Lesson 32 Quiz 34 Half Volleys and High Bounces 1:30 35 Lesson 34 Quiz 36 Stay Low or Lift Up 1:07 37 Lesson 36 Quiz 38 The Overhead 3:14 39 Lesson 38 Quiz
40 Intro To Tennis Biomechanics 1:04 41 Modern vs. Conventional 5:22 42 Lesson 41 Quiz 43 Little Kids Play Naturally 3:55 44 Lesson 43 Quiz 45 Using Stronger Muscles 1:28 46 Lesson 45 Quiz 47 Using the Body in a Natural Way 3:03 48 Lesson 47 Quiz 49 The Modern Serve 2:22 50 Lesson 49 Quiz 51 Misconceptions 0:51 52 The Volleys 0:59 53 Lesson 52 Quiz 54 Loose Racket 1:41 55 Lesson 54 Quiz 56 Integrated Movement 4:03 57 Lesson 56 Quiz 58 Dr. Bruce Harris: First Time on a Tennis Court! 2:08 59 Topspin Memory Board 1:32 60 Final Quiz

The Coach


Oscar Wegner



OSCAR WEGNER was light-years ahead of the tennis industry when he was coaching open stance, stalking the ball in front, hitting up and across, lifting the body, heavy topspin and more at Spain's Tennis Federation School in Barcelona in 1973 and in Florianopolis, Brazil in the 1980's. OSCAR published his first book, “Tennis in 2 Hours" in 1989, which immediately became popular with coaches in Eastern Europe, from Moscow to Belgrade. OSCAR'S innovative teachings received further exposure for 4 years on "THE NEW TENNIS MAGAZINE" TV show in the early 1990's, leading Richard Williams to test these tenets with his daughters, future world champions Venus and Serena. Meanwhile, Brazilian Gustavo Kuerten, who had started with these techniques as a 5 year old, became world champion in the year 2000 and three-time French Open winner. From 1997 through 1999 ESPN International promoted OSCAR'S 40 revolutionary "PLAY LIKE THE PROS" tips in English and Spanish to their entire network of over 150 countries, leading to more successes around the world, receiving, in two and a half years of daily exposure, more than 10 billion impressions. Furthermore, OSCAR'S far reaching technical commentary on ESPN Latin America for 6 years charted a new course in tennis for that continent. In the 2,000s Oscar published more revolutionary books and DVDs, culminating with the :TENNIS INTO THE FUTURE" DVD Series, published in 2010. Today Oscar continues to share his latest insights into modern tennis with blog articles and video tips, and a new book to be published in 2015. He also teaches players and coaches privately in Clearwater, Florida. Test these revolutionary techniques against the more generally accepted advice of "racket back early", "close your stance", "step into the ball", "hit through the ball towards the target" and decide for yourself what works best. You be the judge.

Ratings and Reviews (10)


Oscar, my mentor, after few weeks I continue to find additional hints and truths in these videos (the serve part is so unconventional and so effective). I'm so admired by your capability to grab the key aspects of the game and omit the redundant ones. I think that each of Oscar's suggestions is the result of years of thougths and experience beatifully resumed here. One unique concern: really too much stress on the comparison between Oscar's method and the so called conventional one. Remove that, and you get great tennis instructions taught by a wonderful teacher. Thank you Oscar

Apr 17, 15 08:27 PM

Donald Gill

One of the best tennis videos I have ever watched. Oscar is one of the world's best tennis teachers!

Apr 2, 17 01:23 AM

Edmund Brochet

Just great

Jun 28, 17 03:04 PM



Dec 9, 19 11:43 PM

John Pirone

Loved it. I've been playing for over 40 years and the principles of keeping things simple and playing naturally along with "find it, feel it, finish" have improved my game tremendously.

Dec 28, 20 06:01 AM

Chris Baldwin

Fantastic! Oscar is the best of the best. A true innovator

May 27, 22 03:57 AM

Chris Baldwin

Fantastic! Oscar is the best of the best. A true innovator

May 27, 22 03:57 AM

Mike Clawson

great info hard to move between lessons

Oct 21, 22 06:33 PM

Paras Sharma

Excellent tips on footwork

Apr 15, 23 05:57 PM

Motez Robinson


May 26, 24 12:22 PM

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Course Info

Rating: (10)
Caterory: Tennis/Coaching Tennis
Bookings: 745
Videos: 32