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By Staff 10/11/2013

When tennis games are tied at 6-6, a tie-breaker is used to determine the winner of a set. Sooner or later, most players face a tiebreaker. Some of the tours best players offer their advice for approaching this decisive situation.

Approach With A Plan

By Frank Giampaolo 06/12/2013

Hit the right approach shot to sustain the advantage and win the point

The non-hitting partner in doubles should help dictate play

By Staff 04/29/2013

In doubles, it’s imperative to have a partner that’s good at the net. Tennis View recently asked Bob and Mike Bryan about the role of the non-hitting partner in doubles and how they can best influence the point.

Mark Gellard

By Mark Gellard 02/27/2020

Coach Mark Gellard breaks down some key elements to create a successful practice


By Tom Downs 07/25/2018

Tom Downs provides elements that can help you improve your club level doubles.

Tom Downs

By Tom Downs 05/07/2018

Coach Tom Downs discusses a system he created that helps players develop good point construction.

By Tom Downs 04/06/2018

Coach Tom Downs discusses how using the Triangle Theory can help improve your game

Mark Gellard

By Mark Gellard 03/05/2018

PTR Professional, USPTA Elite Professional, and NSCA-CSCS certified strength and conditioning coach Mark Gellard, discusses optimizing a tennis player’s performance and expediting their developmental process

Grigor Dimitrov

By David Cox 03/13/2014

Every player has felt the moment of panic when a lead slips away. Here are a few tips from the pros to approach this dicey situation.

Using the I-Formation in Doubles

By Staff 01/14/2014

Smart doubles teams know the importance of employing various strategies to keep tough opponents on their toes.


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