Tennis Quick Tips | Fun, Fast and Easy Tennis - No Lessons Required

I don't know about you, but I have played numerous matches where, at some point, the players can't figure out what the score is. Or who's turn it is to serve. Or even what just happened. This is especially true in a doubles match where four players may come up with four different versions of what's happening on court.  So what do you do in this situation?  Continue playing with the error, even though you know it's wrong?  Start all over again?  In this episode of Tennis Quick Tips, I'll tell you how to deal with errors in your tennis matches.

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Hi, it's Kim!  Thanks for listening!  You can leave me your comments or suggestions by going to the show notes for this episode and leaving a comment at the bottom of the page.  Those show notes also include an edited transcript, links to resources and tons of other tennis info.  You can find them at:

http://tennisfixation.com/quicktips96

GET MY FREE EBOOK:

If you're interested in getting my very best tips on how to "fix" your serve, I've put them all together in an ebook that you can get for free.  It's called "!0 Quick Fixes to Improve Your Serve: No Lessons Required" and you can get instant access here:

http://tennisfixation.com/freeservebook

MORE TENNIS FIXATION INFO:

If you enjoy this show, I hope you'll subscribe and download a bunch of the episodes.  And I would be so grateful if you would take just a minute or two to review this show on iTunes.  You can easily do it on your computer but you can also do it on your phone by searching for the "tennis quick tips" in the Podcast app, clicking on the Tennis Quick Tips artwork, and then clicking on "Reviews" (it's easier than it sounds!).  I would love to highlight reviews on the podcast so if you leave one, listen in for me to read it!  And thanks in advance for doing that!

CONNECT WITH ME!

You can find me and get more of my tennis stuff in all of these places:

My Tennis Fixation website:  http://tennisfixation.com

My Tennis Mini-Courses website:  http://www.tennisminicourses.com

My Amazon book:  Real Tennis Tips For Real Tennis Players at http://tennisfixation.com/tipsbook

My Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TennisFixation

My Instagram:  @TennisFixation

My Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/TennisFixation

My Twitter:  @TennisFixation

If you're still reading this - thanks so much!  You're like me - I always read these notes.  I hope you have a great day and, as I always say because it's how I feel . . . Happy Tennis!

 

 

Direct download: 096_Correcting_Errors_in_Your_Tennis_Match.mp3
Category:Tennis -- posted at: 2:30am PDT

How do you play mixed doubles?  Is it OK to go at the woman every time?  Is it better to mix it up?  Just what is the etiquette when playing against a man and a woman?  In this episode of Tennis Quick Tips, I'll discuss mixed doubles and just how to properly play it so you can win without coming off as a sexist jerk. 

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Hi, it's Kim!  Thanks for listening!  You can leave me your comments or suggestions by going to the show notes for this episode and leaving a comment at the bottom of the page.  Those show notes also include an edited transcript, links to resources and tons of other tennis info.  You can find them at:

http://tennisfixation.com/quicktips95

GET MY FREE EBOOK:

If you're interested in getting my very best tips on how to "fix" your serve, I've put them all together in an ebook that you can get for free.  It's called "!0 Quick Fixes to Improve Your Serve: No Lessons Required" and you can get instant access here:

http://tennisfixation.com/freeservebook

MORE TENNIS FIXATION INFO:

If you enjoy this show, I hope you'll subscribe and download a bunch of the episodes.  And I would be so grateful if you would take just a minute or two to review this show on iTunes.  You can easily do it on your computer but you can also do it on your phone by searching for the "tennis quick tips" in the Podcast app, clicking on the Tennis Quick Tips artwork, and then clicking on "Reviews" (it's easier than it sounds!).  I would love to highlight reviews on the podcast so if you leave one, listen in for me to read it!  And thanks in advance for doing that!

CONNECT WITH ME!

You can find me and get more of my tennis stuff in all of these places:

My Tennis Fixation website:  http://tennisfixation.com

My Tennis Mini-Courses website:  http://www.tennisminicourses.com

My Amazon book:  Real Tennis Tips For Real Tennis Players at http://tennisfixation.com/tipsbook

My Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TennisFixation

My Instagram:  @TennisFixation

My Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/TennisFixation

My Twitter:  @TennisFixation

If you're still reading this - thanks so much!  You're like me - I always read these notes.  I hope you have a great day and, as I always say because it's how I feel . . . Happy Tennis!

Direct download: 095_Mixed_Doubles_Etiquette_In_Tennis.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:30am PDT

If the serve is the most important stroke in tennis, then the toss may be the most important part of the toss.  But a lot of players struggle with getting their toss just right.  In this episode, I talk about the need to keep your tossing arm up as long as possible.  This will help you avoid pulling off to one side when you're serving and will help to move your momentum into the serve.  I also tell you how you can practice your toss anywhere, including at home.

GET THE SHOW NOTES:

Hi, it's Kim!  Thanks for listening!  You can leave me your comments or suggestions by going to the show notes for this episode and leaving a comment at the bottom of the page.  Those show notes also include an edited transcript, links to resources and tons of other tennis info.  You can find them at:

http://tennisfixation.com/quicktips94

GET MY FREE EBOOK:

If you're interested in getting my very best tips on how to "fix" your serve, I've put them all together in an ebook that you can get for free.  It's called "!0 Quick Fixes to Improve Your Serve: No Lessons Required" and you can get instant access here:

http://tennisfixation.com/freeservebook

MORE TENNIS FIXATION INFO:

If you enjoy this show, I hope you'll subscribe and download a bunch of the episodes.  And I would be so grateful if you would take just a minute or two to review this show on iTunes.  You can easily do it on your computer but you can also do it on your phone by searching for the "tennis quick tips" in the Podcast app, clicking on the Tennis Quick Tips artwork, and then clicking on "Reviews" (it's easier than it sounds!).  I would love to highlight reviews on the podcast so if you leave one, listen in for me to read it!  And thanks in advance for doing that!

CONNECT WITH ME!

You can find me and get more of my tennis stuff in all of these places:

My Tennis Fixation website:  http://tennisfixation.com

My Tennis Mini-Courses website:  http://www.tennisminicourses.com

My Amazon book:  Real Tennis Tips For Real Tennis Players at http://tennisfixation.com/tipsbook

My Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TennisFixation

My Instagram:  @TennisFixation

My Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/TennisFixation

My Twitter:  @TennisFixation

If you're still reading this - thanks so much!  You're like me - I always read these notes.  I hope you have a great day and, as I always say because it's how I feel . . . Happy Tennis!

 

Direct download: 094_Keep_Your_Tossing_Arm_Up.mp3
Category:Tennis -- posted at: 2:30am PDT

If only we all had a chance to sit down with the greatest tennis players of all time to ask them just how they do what it is they do. How do they play such incredible tennis? Imagine Pete Sampras telling you how to get a great second serve. Or Andy Murray revealing how to hit a drop shot. Or doubles great Max Mirnyi explaining just how to hit someone at the net and not live to regret it. In his book, Game, Set and Match: Secret Weapons of the Worlds Top Tennis Players, tennis journalist Mark Hodgkinson gives us all of these "secrets" and a whole lot more.

GET THE SHOW NOTES:

Hi, it's Kim!  Thanks for listening!  You can leave me your comments or suggestions by going to the show notes for this episode and leaving a comment at the bottom of the page.  Those show notes also include an edited transcript, links to resources and tons of other tennis info.  You can find them at:

http://tennisfixation.com/quicktips93

GET MY FREE EBOOK:

If you're interested in getting my very best tips on how to "fix" your serve, I've put them all together in an ebook that you can get for free.  It's called "!0 Quick Fixes to Improve Your Serve: No Lessons Required" and you can get instant access here:

http://tennisfixation.com/freeservebook

MORE TENNIS FIXATION INFO:

If you enjoy this show, I hope you'll subscribe and download a bunch of the episodes.  And I would be so grateful if you would take just a minute or two to review this show on iTunes.  You can easily do it on your computer but you can also do it on your phone by searching for the "tennis quick tips" in the Podcast app, clicking on the Tennis Quick Tips artwork, and then clicking on "Reviews" (it's easier than it sounds!).  I would love to highlight reviews on the podcast so if you leave one, listen in for me to read it!  And thanks in advance for doing that!

CONNECT WITH ME!

You can find me and get more of my tennis stuff in all of these places:

My Tennis Fixation website:  http://tennisfixation.com

My Tennis Mini-Courses website:  http://www.tennisminicourses.com

My Amazon book:  Real Tennis Tips For Real Tennis Players at http://tennisfixation.com/tipsbook

My Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TennisFixation

My Instagram:  @TennisFixation

My Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/TennisFixation

My Twitter:  @TennisFixation

If you're still reading this - thanks so much!  You're like me - I always read these notes.  I hope you have a great day and, as I always say because it's how I feel . . . Happy Tennis!

 

Direct download: 093_Game_Set_and_Match_Book_Review.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:30am PDT

So you think you know all about tiebreaks?  What about the Coman tiebreak?  Do you know how to play one of those?  In this episode of Tennis Quick Tips, you'll learn exactly what a Coman tiebreak is and you'll see just how easy it is to play one.  And after learning about the Coman tiebreak, you'll probably want to play one every time you have a tiebreak in a doubles match.

GET THE SHOW NOTES:

Hi, it's Kim!  Thanks for listening!  You can leave me your comments or suggestions by going to the show notes for this episode and leaving a comment at the bottom of the page.  Those show notes also include an edited transcript, links to resources and tons of other tennis info.  You can find them at:

http://tennisfixation.com/quicktips92

GET MY FREE EBOOK:

If you're interested in getting my very best tips on how to "fix" your serve, I've put them all together in an ebook that you can get for free.  It's called "!0 Quick Fixes to Improve Your Serve: No Lessons Required" and you can get instant access here:

http://tennisfixation.com/freeservebook

MORE TENNIS FIXATION INFO:

If you enjoy this show, I hope you'll subscribe and download a bunch of the episodes.  And I would be so grateful if you would take just a minute or two to review this show on iTunes.  You can easily do it on your computer but you can also do it on your phone by searching for the "tennis quick tips" in the Podcast app, clicking on the Tennis Quick Tips artwork, and then clicking on "Reviews" (it's easier than it sounds!).  I would love to highlight reviews on the podcast so if you leave one, listen in for me to read it!  And thanks in advance for doing that!

CONNECT WITH ME!

You can find me and get more of my tennis stuff in all of these places:

My Tennis Fixation website:  http://tennisfixation.com

My Tennis Mini-Courses website:  http://www.tennisminicourses.com

My Amazon book:  Real Tennis Tips For Real Tennis Players at http://tennisfixation.com/tipsbook

My Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TennisFixation

My Instagram:  @TennisFixation

My Pinterest:  www.pinterest.com/TennisFixation

My Twitter:  @TennisFixation

If you're still reading this - thanks so much!  You're like me - I always read these notes.  I hope you have a great day and, as I always say because it's how I feel . . . Happy Tennis!

 

Direct download: 092_All_About_The_Coman_Tiebreak.mp3
Category:Tennis -- posted at: 2:30am PDT

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