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http://www.essentialtennis.com Ever get angry on the court? Some people deal with it constantly. I was actually in that position back in college and it made …
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Thanks!! I just got home after playing tennis & smash my tennis racket in a
pieces because I was playing badly. Ian How many rackets did you smash in
your tennis career?
ok here is my question dear ,
whats the perfect way to do a volley at net , specially against super fast
flat hitters ,
most of the time impact is so great that racket twists ,
then i tried to do little chop the volley , n it works but cuts my volley
what do u recommend volley against super fast flat hitters !
Find out the revelation that I had regarding anger on the court!
this video ! this thing must be taught first ! very good video really !
Super like !
Ive been playing tennis for a while now but ive only owned one actual pair
of tennis shoes. I want to get new ones but im not really sure on what
makes a good shoe. Can you do a video on what makes a good tennis shoe?
Hi Ian, I really like all your vids. And also, probably the most important
part, it really helps me on the court. I’m that guy who is to busy with
getting better and getting higher ranked.
Now my question: The competition is about to start here in The Netherlands
and I feel that every time I’m going to play a new match, I get a ‘heavy
arm’, i mean that my arms and legs just won’t functionate as the are
supposed to do.
Do you have a great tip to fix this? I really need it and this will me
probably the most of all the other things. thanks a lot!
Sem, from Holland.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us! I totally agree with what you
said, it is a topic that does need consideration so that tennis can be
enjoyed. I sometimes wonder how to deal with an angry opponent or doubles
partner. The negative partner is also a frequently encountered obstacle to
fun. I get a lot from your videos and really appreciate them:)
Can you please do a henin backhand video? Because people say we have the
same grip.. =D
Would you make a video about how to get more net clearance without having
to change up your grip or stroke too much? I’m looking to get more spin and
more net clearance without having to change a whole lot. Thanks! Love the
Sunshine…good friends & the game of tennis. How can you be angry.
great vid ian. loved it. i really hope this helps and i plan on rewatching
this video alot. but i really liked your point of your environment. i never
really thought about that, and thinking about it now i can see how it can
help to clear your mind and stay focused.
I think you point it out very well. I play tennis, because I like this game
and I think it’s very important in tough situations to remind yourself, why
you’re playing this game. I play most of time with guys with higher levels,
so I struggling and I used to get angry very often, but the result was, I
lost very easily. To be angry means, that you’re out of focus, possibly
very tight and in the bad mood, you don’t enjoy the game. So what’s the
point of playing, if you’re not enjoying the game. Now I’m trying to play
as relax as possible and just focus on my game. I think I made quite a big
progress since then. If my opponent says, I improved my game, that’s a big
satisfaction for me and that’s just because I changed my mindset…
Point #2 Gratitude (or is it #3?): bingo!
I’m always reminding myself of a quote from the famed philosopher and WTA
tennis player Francesca Schiavone …
“It’s just tennis”
Ossamah, you have to hit your volley as soon as you can, “slicing it” just
Hi Ian, this is my question:
I tend to let the ball drop too much and end hitting at the height of my
knees. Also, I’m hitting too close to my body. I’m having a hard time
correcting these. Any tips? Thanks
Playng tennis is so difficult, at any level, that you need some sort of
“Zen attitude”. I remember Connors in his last years: he was enjoying the
game and just any moment of his matches !!! Sometimes he would even smile !
So, thanks Ian: this video is perfect for tennis (and for life too!).
it is good as advise for other aspects of life. It is just part of the game
You have to have a high level of intelligence and thoughtfulness to be able
to be very driven to correct your own mistakes, without getting angry at
the mistakes. I’m convinced it is impossible for most people.
I coach many good teens who simply can’t control their emotions, no matter
how many long talks we have, no matter how much they realize that their
emotions are holding them back. They just go out there and get angry at 5-4
and lose the match they should have won.
Wow ur so right I’m So selfish when I play, I need to enjoy it more and
stop shouting and screaming and just have fun.
can you comment on the left elbow pulling the shoulders down from the
I have always wondered why pro-tennis players bounce the ball se...
Clear explanation !
Man, this is so good. I am a very beginner. When I watched lot other videos
Some excellent points...liked the birds in background. Hope you do a kick
Thank you for your thoroughness. Making tennis fun again.
I wanna see your serve
GREAT SET OF TIPS AND NICE GOING THROUGH EACH STEP WITH DETAILS
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