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In this Sweet Spot, USPTA Professional Mark Bey offers technical tips on how to hit an effective backhand approach shot. He discusses the knee bend, keeping the hands and shoulders level, and moving through the shot. (Mark Bey ) | 22285 Views

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Check out this singles drill presented by Mark Bey, USPTA Professional. The drill works on court position, anticipation skills and mov... (Mark Bey)

Find out why you need to keep the two-handed backhand motion in one piece from USPTA Master Professional Rick Macci. (Rick Macci)

In this interview clip, Rick Macci offers advice to coaches on how to teach the modern forehand technique. He stresses the importance ... (Rick Macci)

In this on-court seminar, Rick Macci offers specific tips on teaching young players stroke technique. (Rick Macci)

Specific points on how to perform the alternating team singles drill are demonstrated and explained in this video. The focus of this d... (USPTA)

The split step is important to a player's timing, especially in doubles. In this seminar clip, USPTA Professional Tom Gullikson demons... (Tom Gullikson)

There is no question that tennis is a game of movement. Here is Mark Kovacs, Ph.D., talking about the variety of movements on the tenn... (Mark Kovacs)

Tom Gullikson demonstrates a point-play drill that doubles teams can use to work on poaching skills. (Tom Gullikson)

USPTA Professional Mark Bey presents the Money Ball game that focuses on developing a player’s concentration and performance under pre... (Mark Bey)

Here is USPTA Professional Mark Kovacs, Ph.D., with a few tips on how to improve movement on the tennis court. (Mark Kovacs)

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