I grew up playing tennis since 5 years old. I would play 3 times a day. Crack of dawn, after lunch and then right before dark. If I couldn't find anyone to play with I would practice serves with dozens of balls and then hit agains a wall. I would not mind losing because I always want to play people better than me so I can learn from my mistakes and hopefully play up to my competition. Practice, practice, practice so you can pull shots off from many experience just when you need it in a match. I competed in regional junior. Was number one and captain of high school tennis team. Play Club Team in college at Northwestern.
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1. We meet and have a discussion about where they currently at, how they feel.
2. We discuss goals or where they want to get to.
3. We discuss schedules and committment
4. We start out with basics, drills, serve, forehand, backhand, volleys.
5. Move to playing points. Work on specific strategies on a basic level. Putting balls in play and simply work continue with basics.
6. Play 3 game prosets.
7. Work on diet and exercise (basically being in best shape).