|Drills and Tips|
Dr. Allen Fox
|An Emotional Game|
|The #1 Rule|
Have confidence in your abilities.
Life on the pro tour
Choosing your on-court gear
Choosing the right apparel and shoes for a match
Juan Martin Del Potro
Importance of fitness
Focus on positives going into future matches.
Staying mentally tough during tournaments
Modify workouts to suit court surface.
Recovering from injury mentally and physically
Control emotions to conserve energy.
Look to build on success.
Playing mixed doubles
Maintain rest and good diet when traveling.
Making it on today's tour
Making the jump to the pros
Getting mentally prepared for match play
Adjusting your training according to surface
Be true to your personality on court
Recovering from injury
Structure training according to your body
Choosing an effective doubles partner
Improving court positioning.
Footwork for two-handed players
Relax and don't put pressure on yourself.
Training and conditioning .
Playing in the heat.
Varying your training schedules
Practicing with your doubles partner
Yung-Jan 'Leticia' Chan
Injury prevention and strength training.
Preparing your body during tournaments
Diet, hydration and training
Keeping a positive outlook during matches
Strategies for playing in the wind
Keep your training fresh and on target
Training for singles and doubles.
Practice hard but have fun during matches
Capitalize on opportunities by using your strengths. Mental toughness is key.
Get in shape to extend your tennis career. Balance strength & cardio conditioning. Play doubles and singles.
Be prepared to vary game plan to match conditions. Accept your mistakes.
Mix drills and point play in practices. Vary intensity to match energy levels. Remember to cool down.
Match your training to your style of play.
Pay attention to racquet prep. Carry at least two identical racquets. Learn to string.
Improve weaker strokes to add variety to your game.
High percentage of first serves. Generate serving power with forward momentum.
Pay attention to racquet prep. Set up points with your stronger shots. Vary your game plan.
Work hard on every point. Attack the weakness. Stay focused.
Laura Granville & Jill Craybas
Have fun and stay positive.
Importance of conditioning.
Extend on your forehand. Add style to your look.
Creating a winning doubles team