Dec/Jan Holiday Camps

We have the total upcoming Summer Holiday covered with 7 weeks of camp on offer!

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Camp 1: Mon 11th – Fri 15th December 2017

Camp 2: Mon 18th  – Fri 22nd December 2017

Camp 3: Tues 2nd  – Fri 5th January 2018

Camp 4: Mon 8th  – Friday 12th January 2018

Camp 5: Mon 15th – Fri 19th January 2018

Camp 6: Mon 22ndThur 25th January 2018

Camp 7: Monday 29th January 2018

Doubles Dilemmas

Doubles Dilemmas

Playing doubles is completely different than singles tennis, obviously technically the shots technique remain the same but the tactics and learning to play with a partner is totally different. For instance you might normally prefer to hit the “T” when serving in singles, but opt to serve out wide on doubles so the return will give an opportunity for your partner to poach.

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Service Strategies

Service Strategies

The serve is one of the most important shots in tennis, and one that you have no choice to master. Unlike every other shot in tennis you have no alternative but serve, and it commences every game.

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Opponents in Tennis

Learning To Appreciate Your Opponents Play

A great deal of tennis points are lost to either unforced errors or bad shots, not because the opponent has hit an ace. When you are learning about the game forget about trying for the big winner all the time, you would be far better working with your tennis coach on how to cut out errors in your game.

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Tennis Doubles Problems

Solving Your Doubles Problems

Playing doubles tennis is significantly different than singles tennis, not just having to consider a parter but there are a different set of skills you need to learn for doubles play.

Firstly a decision has to be made who takes the lead side of the court and who is more comfortable in returning the first serve. Perhaps a statistic that may help towards this decision is that at the social level of doubles play, the majority of serves are hit to the outside of the service boxes. This percentage changes quite dramatically at the top levels with the majority of serves being hit directly down the middle.

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