The higher level of tennis you're going after, the higher level of instruction you must receive.
This is where you'll get it.
I'm a passionate recreational tennis player, aged 51, from Switzerland. I began playing tennis late, at the age of 42.
I had lots of tennis lessons with severel tennis teachers in my "career". I play a lot of tournaments. I've watched your videos on the internet a I must say you're way of teaching and explaining tennis is just brilliant.
You teach very important things that other tennis coaches don't.
I try to get your tipps in my game and since I do so, my game has much improved.
Greetings from Switzerland. Jost
I am a retired lawyer and have been playing tennis for many years. I have studied the game from every angle and I have seen and experimented with many of the theories of both the technical, analytical and tactical game that the internet makes available as well as having taken lessons from time to time and I have qualified as a teacher in one of the well-known teaching organizations.
I write this simply to tell you that none are as good as your lessons. You present the stroke extremely well and in an uncomplicated fashion.
We never can learn enough about the game and it is important to review even the most basic strikes from time to time because mistakes seep in if we do not.
I am fascinated in the way your lessons on the internet present not only the stroke production itself but a clear explanation of the reasons for each step in the process.
Thanks for what you do and please keep it up.
After viewing many of your videos, I feel as if I now know the "magic behind tricks".
Thank you for breaking down and explaining the process into easy to understand videos.
My tennis game now feels right and my body doesn't ache and pain like it did before after watching and understanding your videos.
Your domain name, FeelTennis.net makes me aware that I need to:
Feel Tennis (fluid motion and awareness)
. (dot) don't hit
Best regards from Vietnam!