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Author: Steve Milano
Steve Milano is the executive director of the U.S. High School Tennis Association and former executive director of the Professional Tennis Registry Foundation, where he was editor-in-chief of TennisPro magazine and director of the PTRF's international tennis coaching symposium and trade show. He has been a professional tennis teacher and coach and has produced books, videos and Internet articles on tennis teaching and playing. Steve has traveled the world speaking at tennis conferences, seminars and workshops.
From a physical standpoint, most people should use a two-handed backhand. You get more power and control with a two-hander because you get to use bigger muscles when you hit a modern two-handed backha...Read More
It’s easier to make a high school tennis team than you might think. Many of the top junior tennis players don’t try out for their school teams because it interferes with their ability to earn a US...Read More
It’s tough enough trying to look like you know what you’re doing on a tennis court when you’re just learning the strokes and strategy. The last thing you want to do is embarrass yourself by inte...Read More
Unlike adult rackets, kid’s rackets don’t require much research because kids don’t have the same power and control needs as adult beginners, intermediates and advanced players. Kids rackets ...Read More