Tennis Tactics | How To Play Smart In Matches

Tennis Tactics | How To Play Smart In Matches

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Tennis tactics and strategy
In this video, Simon and Alex explain the five fundamental elements of a tennis match
They are-
Serving
Returning
Trading
Building
Finishing
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18 Comments

  1. I started to try and teach myself most of this stuff and it really started to show in my game. And with this video it really helped me realize how easy it can be to take control of a point.

  2. I am a winning doubles player at the USTA 4.0 level, but I struggle to win in singles. I am a large player and weigh 315 pounds. I am in the process of losing weight, so I know that losing weight will help me, but how do I win at singles now. I seem to lose easier to players who don't hit the ball hard. I play much better against players who hit the ball with more pace and spin. Here is a clip of me playing doubles. https://youtu.be/SecQEXu_q3M I would appreciate any feedback on how a bigger guy can win and what tactics should I be using? I'm the big guy in blue.

  3. I am a winning doubles player at the USTA 4.0 level, but I struggle to win in singles. I am a large player and weigh 315 pounds. I am in the process of losing weight, so I know that losing weight will help me, but how do I win at singles now. I seem to lose easier to players who don't hit the ball hard. I play much better against players who hit the ball with more pace and spin. Here is a clip of me playing doubles. https://youtu.be/SecQEXu_q3M I would appreciate any feedback on how a bigger guy can win and what tactics should I be using? I'm the big guy in blue.

  4. Great video, but i'm sure the 5 situations of play are;
    1. Serving
    2. Returning
    3. Both Back (at baseline)
    4. When Approaching
    5. When opponent approaches

    Then you have different tactical intentions for each situation;
    1. Trading
    2. Building
    3. Finishing
    4. Staying (in the point)
    5. Neutralising
    6. Turning Around

    Any intention could be applied to any given situation e.g.. Neutralising when returning serve or Building when both back.

  5. I started to try and teach myself most of this stuff and it really started to show in my gam. And with this video it really helped me realize how easy it can be to take control of a point.

  6. Excellent demonstration. You guys are like the Bryan brother's of singles! My problem shot has always been the loopy high slow shot that lands short in the court and you have to put it away. You guys have done a video on that but I still can't hit that one with confidence. Probably need to get a ball machine to feed 100's of those consistently in the same spot to hone it. Frustrating coz it's my only real weakness and really holding me back. I'm on a mission to learn it. 

  7. Nice video! I'm struggling to find the right balance between aggressive and consistency, any tips for that? Also, My opponent told me when i play a match, i play a few really good games in a row and then few poor ones in a row. How do I maintain focus throughout the match? Thanks!

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