Many beginners are not aware of the many different Doubles Formations you can use to win points in doubles tennis. This article will look at some of the options you can use and highlight the advantages and disadvantages of using each one. 5 Doubles Formations in Tennis 1. Both Back Doubles Formation As its name
A mixed doubles match in tennis involves teams of two (one man and one woman) playing each other, using the same rules as regular men’s and women’s doubles. Mixed is mostly seen at the recreational level and is less frequently seen at the professional level as there aren’t that many ATP/WTA combined tournaments where a
Many righties struggle when playing left handed tennis players as they are more used to playing right handed opponents. This article will look at what advantages being left handed has over being right handed in tennis and will provide you with some tips on how you can beat that dreaded lefty at your local club.
Playing competitive tennis singles matches can be quite daunting for many tennis players at the recreational level as they feel extra pressure when playing a competitive match. Many players who I have spoken to, say they never play as well in a competitive match as they do in practice and they feel like they aren’t