Tennis 101: Serving

Posted on July 29, 2014

WHERE TO SERVE Location of the serve is crucial. The majority of the time your serve should be up the middle, down the T as I call it, or at the opponent’s body, but occasionally serve wide to keep your opponent honest. There are only three spots you should aim for with your serve. One […]

Tennis 101: Stretching

Posted on June 25, 2014

Tennis 101: Stretching Another installment of Tennis 101 from Basin Harbor’s head tennis pro, Erick Collas. Allot ten to fifteen minutes before you play or practice to stretch. Ten to fifteen minutes of stretching can save you months of recovery from an injury. One of the priorities in a warm-up, from personal experience, is the […]

Tennis Equipment 101

Posted on June 17, 2014

  Equipment Your equipment is almost as important as your stroke. Having and maintaining the proper equipment will make a positive difference in your tennis game–proper string tension, type of strings, which racquet best suits your game. Racquet Racquets have different widths. The wider the beam, the more distance you get with less power. You […]