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Singles and Doubles Strategy Foundations - Tennis Lesson - Basic Patterns of Play Certain strategy elements are most important when it comes to building a solid foundation to your tennis game! In todays lesso…
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  • lee michael 4 years ago

    Hi Ian, Very simple but useful tips! 

  • Bryan Tanner 4 years ago

    I heard it was normal for left-handers to play in the advantage court in
    doubles strategy. Is this so the lefty’s forehand can cover the advantage
    court’s alley? Why would that more important than covering the center of
    the court? Also, Is it better to partner with someone who plays with the
    same hand as you?

  • Jazzcodes 4 years ago

    Very useful as always! Many thanks Ian!

  • Nasal Spray 4 years ago

    I am helping my kid play competitive Tennis and this video was very

  • Essential Tennis - Lessons and Instruction for Passionate Players 4 years ago

    Learn the most important fundamental strategies for both singles and
    doubles play!

  • Brent Giesler 4 years ago

    Totally agree, Ian, on the dubs ideas. Especially sending the ball back
    deep, on a first volley, to give us more time to get positioned to control
    the net. Also, tip 2b, not volleying behind yourself, which leaves a big
    ol’ spot in the court for your opponent to hit back into.

    Thanks for the year end tips..

  • Net Breakers 4 years ago

    That should be a video

  • Net Breakers 4 years ago

    If you hit a kick serve, where should your ball toss be?

  • Alberto Gomez 4 years ago

    Thanks, Ian. Simple, easy to remember and really useful!

  • Vinicius Mancini 4 years ago

    cool =D