In preparing for a tournament, ideally speaking, you should have a 3 week periodization program. The first week is usually focused on technical drills to
No Way Back: The Backhand Overhead Smash – How to Hit the Most Difficult Shot in Tennis by Coach Bo Alburo
Most experts agree that because of the anatomy of our bodies, the backhand overhead smash (aka backhand smash, backhand overhead) is undeniably difficult. It is
The Mystique of a Junk Baller and the Intrigue of the Spin Doctor. Coach Ten Rapeepat Thonghatta teaches the Eccentricities of a Hacker in tennis, so that you can be the next Fabrice Santoro or Hsieh Su Wei.
The Junk Baller, also know as the Spin Doctor, is one of the seven styles of tennis, but one that is least common, and so
The way of the Counterpuncher: 11 Reasons why Danill Medvedev (and Singapore Open Champion Coach Peter Egos) is so good. Fresh internet content never before revealed.
What characteristics make a counterpuncher in tennis, and what makes them so special? Top counterpunchers of the past include Jimmy Connors, Lleyton Hewitt. More recently,
All Court Player: Just what makes Roger Federer (and the newly crowned Singapore Open Men’s Singles Champion and ITF 35+ World #2 Coach Bo Alburo Lourelu) so good?
Our previous tactical article by Singapore Open Champion Coach Rocky Paglalunan focused on the “Dark Arts of the Defensive Baseliner”. In this article, Coach Bo
Instant Kill: Coach Michael Mantua’s 12 tips on for the perfect flying scissors-kick Overhead Smash [With Photos]
At the professional level, when tour players get an overhead smash, no matter how difficult, it is almost certainly the end of the point. In