1. The Top Tennis Tournaments Around the World – Part Two

    In part one of our multi-part series, we talked about a few of the most popular tennis tournaments currently known. These Grand Slam tournaments attract tennis fanatics and elite competitors alike, and can span multiple weeks in duration. What started as a friendly competition in the early 1800’s has since evolved into a spectacle of fierce athletes competing for a chance at a world title. There…Read More

  2. The Top Tennis Tournaments Around the World – Part One

    Athletes from around the globe dedicate a lifetime of practice and hard work to compete in the most prestigious tournaments known to tennis. For years, the most elite tennis players have competed head-to-head in a battle for a championship title, but only few experience the glory that comes with being crowned victorious. Whether you are new to the world of tennis, or are a certified tennis enthusi…Read More

  3. Choosing the Right Tennis Racket Size

    If you are new to the world of tennis, there are many essential pieces of information that you may be unaware of. For example, there are several different tennis court types that can dictate the way you play against your competitor. This is just one aspect of tennis that many take into account before entering a match. However, before you begin playing tennis competitively, you should first conside…Read More

  4. Topspin vs. Backspin

    Implementing finesse into your shot when competing against other tennis players is a great way to throw off your opponent by forcing them to change their gameplan on the fly. Nuanced shots can effectively deceive your opponent, causing them to approach the ball incorrectly while increasing the likelihood that they will not be able to return your shot. By using the proper topspin or backspin techni…Read More

  5. Important Nutrition Tips for Tennis Players

    It’s important to have excellent nutrition as a tennis player because of the intensity of the sport. If you’re not eating enough, you can struggle to have adequate energy to play a full match or last through a whole practice. This post will detail and describe how important nutrition is for tennis players and some foods that are needed for athletes. If your son or daughter is ready to take his…Read More

  6. The Many Different Types of Tennis Courts

    Before going into a tennis match, there are many things one must consider. For example, knowing which surface you are playing on can greatly benefit you, as various tennis court surfaces all possess different characteristics. This can dictate the speed of the game, the traveling distance of the tennis ball, and the amount of impact which the court has on the tennis ball’s bounce. For this reason…Read More

  7. Basic Tennis Shots Explained

    If you are just beginning to get into tennis, there are many different variations of strokes which you may be unaware of. Each type of shot is useful during certain instances, and combining different tennis strokes can be an effective strategy to keep your opponent on their toes. During this article, we will discuss the many different variations of tennis strokes while highlighting their purposes,…Read More

  8. Training Techniques to Improve Your Footwork

    Lateral movement is one of the most important aspects of maintaining control during a tennis match. As your opponent dictates the direction of the tennis ball, you will be required to respond accordingly or pay the price. For this reason, it is essential that one’s footwork is refined so that you can make the most accurate adjustments on a moment’s notice. Throughout this article, we will talk…Read More

  9. Essential Items to Always Keep in Your Tennis Bag

    Making sure that you have everything that you need for a tennis match can be the difference between winning and losing. Correctly packing your tennis bag is essential to playing an excellent game every time you walk on the court. In this post, we’re going to discuss some important items that should always be in your tennis game so you’ll have everything needed to win well. At Gorin Tennis Acad…Read More

  10. How to Lose Well

    Tennis is an extremely competitive sport, but there is only one winner at the end of the day. Sometimes you win, and sometimes you lose. While winning is one of the best feelings in the world, it’s important to know how to lose well. It can be tempting to throw your racquet across the court, scream at your opponent, or beat yourself up, but that actions won’t make you feel better. In this post…Read More