Photos illustrate this step-by-step tennis lesson on how to hit the topspin-slice serve, the most common first serve and the most powerful spin serve used in advanced tennis.
Photos illustrate step-by-step instructions on how to apply an overgrip onto your tennis racquet. A grip wrap keeps your handle drier, preserves your original grip, helps to prevent the racquet from slipping out of your hand, and can be used to fatten a racquet grip that's too small.
Stop-action photos illustrate this tennis lesson on how to hit the semi-open, semi-western forehand in tennis.
Review of the Tennis Twist, the most portable and inexpensive of all tennis ball machines.
A great game for 4-10 intermediate or better tennis players.
A drill sequence and game for a beginner and advanced tennis player.
Photos of tennis pro Li Na: a gallery of pictures of Li Na hitting backhands, forehands, and serves that illustrate explanations of her stroke techniques, starting with the backswing for her two-handed backhand.
Problem-Solving skills the best teaching pros should have; how a tennis instructor should use progressions and creativity and foster self-reliance in students.
How to prevent injuries from stepping on loose tennis balls and slipping on wet clay, hard, and grass tennis courts.
Photos and descriptions of the one-handed topspin backhand grips used by some of the world's top male professional tennis players, starting with Feliciano Lopez.