Tennis Tips & Tricks from the JKST Tennis Professionals

December 14, 2016

The staff at JKST gets many questions about our 10 and Under Tennis Program. Most questions fall along the lines of “what should my child expect?” We seriously don’t want to give off the impression that your small child will be playing like Serena Williams after their...

November 3, 2016

The serve is the most important shot in tennis as it starts off a point. How important it is to place your serve in a match is not often discussed. The names of the three directions that you can place your serve are: out wide, down the T, and into the body. These three...

April 10, 2014

Ever said this to your pro – I played well in practice this week, but I did not play nearly as well in the match over the weekend. Played for an hour and half and almost every game went to deuce, we lost 2-6, 1-6!!! Situations such as these happen over and over again!...

March 3, 2014

We've all heard the importance of a proper warm-up routine. But are you doing it consistently and efficiently, or are you rushing through it with a lack of focus? Do you perform a dynamic warm-up before practice sessions or only before matches? Whether you're a recreat...

March 2, 2014

1. Ready: Once the rally starts, split step and be in a stance that produces a smooth body-turn and the fastest possible first step towards the ball.

 

2: Read: So much goes into this rule. One has to see what’s coming off your opponent’s racket, the speed, the spin, the...

March 1, 2014

Many parents struggle to know exactly what they should do to help maximize their child’s experience with tennis and be supportive. Listed below are a few points that can help you become a better “tennis” parent.

 

Early Stages of Tennis

At this stage, it is important that...

February 14, 2014

Building the tallest buildings requires the careful construction of a strong secure foundation. This foundation takes many months to build and anyone watching the building site wonders when the real work will really start. Then suddenly, in a matter of days, it seems 1...

December 2, 2013

Tennis is a very intricate and challenging sport. Many aspiring tennis players fail to take the time to understand the sport. Tennis is not just about hitting tennis balls every day and hoping that you will improve. It takes well planned steps to achieve success.

 

1. Be...

November 2, 2013

While tennis is certainly an exciting and rewarding sport, the tennis court can also be a place of unwanted anxiety and tension. It's all too easy for a player's mind to wander from the present moment and become fixated on past mistakes. It is common practice for peopl...

November 1, 2013

I write this article in the hopes of bringing to light some thoughts and explanations in how to play a solid DelTri Tennis Match. It might sound confusing, but we are in the very real reality that this league format is a little different than most other tennis match fo...

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