Evolve with Your Tennis
3 Types of Doubles Players – Who are You?
2. “THOSE WHO WATCH WHAT HAPPENS”
3. “THOSE WHO WONDER WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED”
We can all develop the skills and mindset of the doubles players “WHO MAKE THINGS HAPPEN.” And, if you’re already in the first category, well, there is always room for upgrades. It is to this end that I have devoted myself to make iclicktennis.com the website of tennis instruction to go to to help you grow, evolve, and transform your game and mindset. Change is that constant in our lives which nudges us to keep on learning and adapting. Let’s do it!
Recents Posts by Jose
Question: When you're in a tennis rally, do you know when in the rally most of your points are won/lost? Is it... a) 0-4 shots? b) 5-8 shots? or c) 9+ shots? (Note: this question applies to all players across the full spectrum of levels and ages: juniors, high school players, college players, touring pros, league [...]
"If you know how to play doubles, then you can gel as a team." - Martina Navratilova I watch tennis on television. I like the drama, the tension, the strategy, whether it's singles or doubles. Also, I tune in to the Hall of Fame commentators for their unique perspectives on the matches. Post-match interviews of the players are [...]
THE FOREHAND VOLLEY - Why does your volley keep finding the net? Why does the sweet spot seem non-existent? A ghost. Short, deep, wide, long, why is directional intent absent? Can't seem to find the target? Well, without a consistent, solid, crisp forehand volley, it's unlikely that you'll be able to control the net as [...]
SEEING IS BELIEVING! THE POWER OF VIDEO Do you really know why you lost the match? Or, why you keep losing to that team even though you're convinced that you're better, much better? What's the reason for all those missed volleys? Why don't they feel the same way they do in a lesson? Do you wonder [...]
"CHANGE STARTS WHEN YOU SEE THE NEXT STEP" ~ Anon The Receiver - the two responsibilities for you are: To return the serve crosscourt - keep it away from the net player. Huge! And, To return crosscourt in such a way as to give you and your partner control of the point - it's easier [...]