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DEVELOPING A BACKHAND

“The art is in where you start”. It’s important to remember the basics when it comes to stroke...

GLOBAL RULE CHANGE FOR TENNIS TO TAKE EFFECT IN THE UNITED STATES ON JAN. 1, 2012

New Rule Impacts Sanctioned Tournaments for Youngest PlayersAges 10 and Younger; Tennis Now “Sized...

WELL KNOWN SPORTS AGENT, KEN MEYERSON, PASSES AWAY!

Noted tennis agent Ken Meyerson, who represented Andy Roddick, Chris Evert and Justine Henin, died...

NOVAK ROUSES THE BEAST

By Alix Ramsay For the moment, there is not a cloud in Novak Djokovic’s sky; he is the champion of...

SAM STUNS SERENA

By Alix Ramsay Serena Williams was all smiles once it was over but for a set of her 6-2, 6-3...

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DEVELOPING A BACKHAND PDF Print
Written by Gregg le Sueur   

“The art is in where you start”. It’s important to remember the basics when it comes to stroke production. There are three components to consider when working on strokes: the grip, the swing and the body.

For young kids starting out in the game it is best to start with a two-handed backhand.  The most important reason is strength. It’s much easier to control the racquet with two hands versus one. When working with a young beginner it is difficult to determine if that kid will one day stay with a two-handed backhand or go on to develop a one-handed backhand. For that reason it is imperative that they start with the correct grips. We label the grips accordingly using the number system as the diagram illustrates.

1DBH-Grips-Numbered

The grip

You should have players start with their right hand on the right side of 1 and their left hand on the middle of L3 (3 for a lefty), which would be an eastern forehand grip. You find your grip using the heel pad and base knuckle as reference points and aligning them along the desired panel(s).

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GLOBAL RULE CHANGE FOR TENNIS TO TAKE EFFECT IN THE UNITED STATES ON JAN. 1, 2012 PDF Print
ustalogoNew Rule Impacts Sanctioned Tournaments for Youngest Players
Ages 10 and Younger; Tennis Now “Sized Right” For Kids


The United States Tennis Association (USTA) today announced that on January 1, 2012 the rules of tennis officially will be changed and require that 10 and Under Tennis tournaments be played utilizing smaller, lighter racquets and lower-bouncing balls on smaller courts. The change was adopted by the USTA in the summer of 2010.
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WELL KNOWN SPORTS AGENT, KEN MEYERSON, PASSES AWAY! PDF Print
meyersonNoted tennis agent Ken Meyerson, who represented Andy Roddick, Chris Evert and Justine Henin, died in his sleep Wednesday night. He was 48.

Meyerson passed away Wednesday night at his home in Florida, according to a statement by his agency, Lagardere Unlimited. The cause of death is thought to be a heart attack.

Meyerson was president of Lagardere's tennis division. Before that, he worked at the BEST agency. As news of his death spread, Meyerson was being honored by a number of agents and players, including American players Mardy Fish and John Isner. He was a fixture on the tour for the past 20 years and was fiercly loyal to his clients. And the same could easily be said in return.

Roddick, who was his hallmark client, tweeted: "I love you and miss you. I will be forever grateful for your faith & loyalty. You will forever be my brother. As always 'thanks Meyerson."' Their's was a very close relationship and Meyerson could regularly be found in Roddick's player's box at the major events.

Meyerson is survived by his wife, Claudia, and daughters Charlotte and Emily.

Funeral arrangements have been set for Sunday.
 
NOVAK ROUSES THE BEAST PDF Print
By Alix Ramsay

SM_DJOKOVIC_D15_O2011_021For the moment, there is not a cloud in Novak Djokovic’s sky; he is the champion of New York, of Wimbledon and of Melbourne. He is the undisputed No.1 and he has now won 64 of 66 matches this year. The man has a right to feel invincible.

Over the course of a brutal four hours and 10 minutes on Monday night, he beat Rafael Nadal 6-2, 6-4, 6-7, 6-1 to win is first US Open title (there may be more to come). It was a victory of nerve, resilience, stamina and sheer brute force. But it may also have been a turning point in the Serb’s brilliant season.

By the time it was over, Djokovic was exhausted and he was hurting. His back was giving him gyp and, for the first time this year, Nadal was threatening to challenge him.

In five previous meetings since the start of the season – all in finals – Nadal had looked unsure, uncertain and confused. The man Nadal had beaten with spectacular regularity in the past had got his number; he had beaten the Spaniard on the clay courts of Europe (and who would have imagined that 12 months ago?), he had beaten him on the grass of SW19, the tournament Nadal holds most dear, and he had muscled the Majorcan out of the top spot in the rankings. In short, Djokovic had locked Nadal in a neat, wee cage and thrown away the key.

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