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Tennis Strategy for Beginners - Keep it Simple


Every tennis player wants to hit the perfect shot.  Young or old. Beginner or expert. We all want that awesome feeling.  Often times it is this over aggression that leads to unforced errors and frustration. The best advice....keep it simple.  You don't have to hit a winner with every shot.  Be consistent and keep the ball within the boundaries.  Let your opponent make the mistakes. 

Focus on getting every serve in rather than slamming an ace.  Focus on getting the ball over the net safely rather than ripping a ball down the line.   You will be pleasantly surprised how effective this basic tennis strategy can be.  Tennis is a game of errors and the player that limits these errors will prevail.  Your opponent will usually get themselves in trouble if you let them.


The Importance of Hitting Cross Court

The most succesful and smart tennis players know the importance of hitting cross court.


Good Defensive Tennis Strategy

In tennis good defensive tennis strategy is just as important as the offensive side of the game. Knowing how to handle defensive situations and where to place your next shot is important to keeping the point alive.


Tennis Tips- Putting Your Opponent on the Defensive

As your game advances and you begin to play higher levels of competition, being good is not enough. Tennis tactics and strategy comes into play. One simple tactic is to keep your opponent busy and on the defensive.


A Couple of Useful Tips to Interrupt Your Opponents Momentum

Here are a couple of very useful strategies to interrupt your opponents momentum.

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