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Coaches
Energize your daily training routine with inspiring videos on all important topics and age groups that you may encounter in your club.
Players
Whether you’re a recreational tennis player or a competitive athlete, these ultimate tennis training videos are the key to taking your game to the next level.
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Players

TennisGate’s Philosophy: Playing Tennis Together from the Beginning with Modified Courts and Equipment

Tennis Gate's philosophy is to get kids and beginners playing with each other from the first lesson, using modified courts, rackets and balls to aid ...
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Beginners

Learn to swing with the whole Body

One of the important things that you need to understand when you’re starting to play tennis is that the strokes in tennis are not mainly ...

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Technical Comparison
Analysis

Technical Analysis: Comparing the Backhand Volley Technique of Two Female Players born in 2000 and 2005

In this video, we compare the backhand volley technique of two female players from the germans women’s teams (Badenliga) born in 2000 and 2005. We ...

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Analysis

The stretch-shortening cycle in the forehand

Pure biomechanics: In this “forward-backward animation” we see this crucial moment within the stroke phase, which is all about acceleration.

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Analysis

Thiem Defensive Forehand Return (Ad Court)

The forehand from the lateral position occurs in competition tennis in special situations. One of these situations, for example, is a ball that flies relatively ...

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Analysis

Serve Flat (Back view)

The back view of the flat serve provides a great angle to observe the toss in relation to the body and the racquet path behind ...

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Analysis

From a caterpillar to a butterfly – two-handed backhand

In this analysis, we superimposed the same player on a two-handed backhand in three age groups – 10, 11 and 13.

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Rafa Nadals Massive Angle Shot

How to play wear down an opponent like Rafael Nadal

To "play off" your opponent simply means to move him and wear him down. So, first of all, not to look for the quick point, ...
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Analysis

The Split Step

You don’t have to stick your neck out too far to say that the split step is the most important step combination in tennis. It ...

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Expert Insights from Specialists and Coaches

Preventing Common Tennis Injuries

Playing tennis requires frequent and repetitive movements, which can cause considerable strain on the body. Common injuries related to tennis encompass tennis elbow, shoulder injuries, sprained ankles, stress fractures, and knee injuries.

Our Mobility and Recovery section offers invaluable insights from leading specialists and Olympic coaches to improve injury prevention and enhance efficiency.

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Technique

Constantly work to refine your technique

Levelling up in any game demands relentless effort. Players focus on honing various skills like serving, volleying, doing groundstrokes, and footwork. Maintaining effectiveness in these areas is vital for optimum performance.
The Importance of Head Position in Groundstroke Technique

The Importance of Head Position in Groundstroke Technique

Learn how to improve your groundstrokes by avoiding this common mistake. Watch this video and discover the importance of the head in your swing.

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