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By Ron Miller
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Episode 104: Turn up the Qu...
Maintaining a quiet upper-body above a hyperactive lower one can increase your success at retrieval, control and power on the court
How the tennis stroke known as the slice can add a dimension of both offense and defense in our shotmaking
In a discussion with Gary Bala of TimelessTennis.net, we reflected on the men's Grand Slam championships of 2014 and considered how those results will affect the coming year on the ATP tour.
Children and tennis—teach them well and let them lead the way
The power of the THREE basic ingredients for the success of any player
Just as important as going into a match with a plan is the ability to adjust to the circumstances.
What return, on our investment of time, do we get from watching the majors—the longest tennis matches of the year?
Should our youth settle on team sports, individual sports, or some combination of both?
Special guest Gary Bala of timelesstennis.net joins me to reflect on the 2012 tennis season with an eye on 2013 predictions.
Listen and enjoy this festive tune–put to words–about what a tennis court means to me and many others.
Is tennis success tied to massive variety or repetitive mediocrity?
When you get down to the true principles of tennis, kid or adult doesn't matter.
Let's review various ways to keep score on a court.
We take a look at the clay court swing as an indication of those with opportunities at Roland Garros.
Look back on your humble beginnings and appreciate all that you now take for granted on the tennis court.
Keep your eyes and ears open on the court and be an opportunist whenever possible
Four underrated shots in today's tennis game
A few basic characteristics to look for when considering a tennis teacher
Dividing the court into three zones may help guide our shotmaking decisions.
Softer, slower, and lower bouncing balls are NOT just for kids anymore!
What impact will coach Ivan Lendl, and his background, have on Andy Murray?
Gary Bala (of TimelessTennis.net) and I discuss the health reasons to play tennis, review 2011, and look toward tennis in 2012.
Adjusting our swing path to keep the ball in play.
A holiday classic that suggests tennis for fitness and health
In this second session of looking at costly on-court errors, we look at mistakes that may surprise you.
We'll take a look at Tennis Magic: 150 Magic Tricks Designed to Supercharge your Game
Former Grand Slam winners still compete and are far from "out-to-pasture"
Will the widening gap between pros and recreational players be harmful to the game, and how do teaching professionals approach the issue with their students?
How the suffering of Bad days makes us appreciate the Good ones
The angle the racquet face meets the ball may be just the attitude you need for success on your groundstrokes
Author Geoff Colvin of Talent Is Overrated shows us the best way to maximize our practice sessions through Deliberate Practice.
The clock face, and its parallel to principles of good strokes
We take a look back at thirty years of Wimbledon magic.
Tennis offers action measured by-the-hour instead of by-the-minute!
Applying language arts techniques to our tennis game.
10-and-under tennis is the learning revolution to help create future US champions.
Understanding the ATP European swing on the red dirt
We'll take a look at the why and how of shot execution errors
What makes the serve work, and how important is it in your game?
A review of Tennis Night in America featuring the likes of McEnroe, Lendl, Agassi and Sampras competing at the BNP Paribas Showdown in Madison Square Garden
Learning the difference between a strategy and a tactic and how they interact with one another
Offense or defense can be determined by distance from the baseline
Trade your racket and controller for some dice and hot chocolate.
Let's evaluate how both you and I did with our tennis games in 2010.
My way of passing on some festive cheer. Happy holidays to you and yours.
Tennis gift ideas and those off-beat purchases missed in mainstream shopping
An interview with Gary Bala, author of the Timeless Tennis blog.
How playing as a tennis pusher can be an important part of your game
Let's not forget the "public" in public courts.
Let's discuss those really-low volleys from the shoe tops that wreak havoc at the net.