Blogs

September 14, 2017

Maria Sharapova is back and better than ever. She is practically unstoppable. With this year's U.S. Open behind us, it's now time for the "Maria Sharapova Image Rehabilitation Tour." 

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September 12, 2017

The better the player, the more difficult it is to win the point by hitting the ball away from them. Sometimes hitting the ball right towards them is a great way to draw a weaker shot.

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September 5, 2017

A very important, yet overlooked aspect of moving on the tennis court has to do with when to get your feet going and when to be stopped. 

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August 31, 2017

It is much easier to move side to side on the court than up and back. Try to watch the ball coming off the racquet and the height over the net. 

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August 30, 2017

This has been the hardest year of my life. My brothers, John and Mark, and I lost both of our parents this year, including my mom, Katherine, to cancer less than a month ago.

August 24, 2017

The U.S. Open is about to bring the tennis world together into our backyard, but here on Long Island, the local tennis scene is anything but cohesive and it's worth a discussion.

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August 23, 2017

Hit three or four of your regular shots in a row on as many points as possible, and there is a good chance you will win the point. 

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August 14, 2017

Most players try to win the point by making their opponent run. Hitting the ball to the opening is a very basic, yet successful idea against most players. 

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August 8, 2017

Most players focus on running to the ball quickly when practicing movement. Being a fast runner is helpful on the court. However, recovering and anticipating the next shot will be much more effective than relying on your speed running to the ball.