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How to WIN Tennis Matches

July 31, 2009 Singapore Tennis Lessons 1

Everyone likes to win their tennis matches, yet when the game is in the balance or when the opportunity arises to win the match or set, that is when most players suffer from anxiety, self-doubt or panic. At these times in a match you want to work on being relaxed, confident […]

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Women’s Top 10 Rankings & Racquets

July 30, 2009 Singapore Tennis Lessons 2

photo credit:chascow Jelena Jankovic (pictured above) was the runner-up in the 2008 US Open. This is a great picture that shows fantastic positioning for impact with her forehand by the former world No.1. Jankovic was ranked No.1 at the end of the 2008 season. This created great controversy as the Serbian’s achievement of being […]

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Men’s Top 10 Rankings & Racquets

July 29, 2009 Singapore Tennis Lessons 7

photo credit:NoaPhoto Fernando Verdasco (pictured above) is the current world No.10. This picture captures the excellent form that the left hander exhibits in preparation to hit his formidable serve. Verdasco played a magnificent 5 hour and 14 minute 5 set match against the eventual champion and fellow countrymen Rafael Nadal in the […]

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ATP Major Tennis Tournament #6

July 28, 2009 Singapore Tennis Lessons 0

photo credit:Abdou.W The Rogers Cup in Montreal, Canada is one of the major tournaments on the ATP World Tour calendar. It is a major tournament because it 1 of only 9 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 category events. In a Grand Slam tournament there is a 128 player draw. The […]

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How to Concentrate and Achieve FOCUS

July 25, 2009 Singapore Tennis Lessons 2

written by pro tennis coach Jay Davern If you REALLY put your mind to it you will be far more successful in whatever you do. The biggest problem for every tennis player is that they are NOT trained and skilled enough in the most important aspect of tennis, the mental game. […]