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Brookhaven 10 & Under Tennis Promotion Video

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Tennis Tip: Choking

Tennis Tip: Choking

Making competitive tennis more fun is important. One way to accomplish that goal is to add humor to something serious like choking. Here are a couple of funny descriptions of choking. First, how about describing choking as gargling peanut butter? A second option is to describe it as driving a car with the emergency on. Picture it, did you ever see a player tighten up and hold back on their...

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Bringing 10 & Under Tennis to CTK

Bringing 10 & Under Tennis to CTK

We are very proud to announce that Pure Tennis will be offering our FUN-Tastic 10 & Under Tennis Program to the great K-5 kids at The Cathedral of Christ The King this fall! The Fall/Winter Semester for 2014 Junior Tennis Program will begin the week of September 08, 2014 on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. This Program will include eight weeks of  10 & Under Jr. Tennis sessions for...

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Tennis Tip: Think Like A Basketball Player

Tennis Tip: Think Like A Basketball Player

Switch up your mentality and think of tennis with a basketball player mindset. Think Like a Basketball player? Yes, you heard right. If you watch a good basketball team one big factor stands out – all the players are constantly moving and looking to help out their teammates. The players who don’t have the ball can only help if they are moving and attempting to get to an open position… The same...

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Tennis Tip: Can the Correct Mental Attitude Improve Your Mechanics?

Tennis Tip: Can the Correct Mental Attitude Improve Your Mechanics?

Your mental attitude, whether positive or negative, has a major impact on your physical game, which includes your vision, timing, balance, etc. With a positive mental attitude your mind clears the way for your stroke production to operate at an optimum level. With a negative mental attitude your mind blocks the pathway to optimum play resulting in a subpar performance. In a recent lesson I gave,...

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