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Serve Accelerator System

The Serve is the most important part of your tennis game, but it is by far the stroke players practice the least.

You might think it’s hard to develop a big serve, but there’s actually just a handful of simple mistakes that rob you from instantly adding 10-15 mph, creating big bite on your slice serve, and finally getting your kick serve to kick...

Doubles Movement Mastery

There’s a ceiling for how good you can get at doubles if you don’t know how to move. No matter how good your technique is, if you’re in the wrong place it makes every shot harder.

Good players avoid difficult shots by being in the right place at the right time, this makes every shot easier. Balls you watched zip by you at the net you can now poach, lobs that used to be devastating are now easy overheads, and low difficult volleys become high put away winners...

Singles Strategy and Tactics

If you’re serious about improving your singles game, you have to make excellent shot choices. No matter how good your technique is, if you're making bad shot decisions, it makes every point harder and there are certain players (like pushers) that you just can’t beat.

Good decision making is the difference between winning and losing. It gives you more time to recover, it turns defense into offense, and it prevents you from beating yourself when playing pushers and junk ballers...

Meet Your Coaches

  • Scott

    Scott Baxter

    Scott is a USPTA Elite Certified Tennis Professional from Virginia Beach, VA. In his junior career, Scott achieved a top 100 national ranking, played in numerous prestigious events such as the US Junior Davis Cup, and went on to play Division I college tennis at the University of Maryland. Scott is 5-time Tennis Congress Coach and has taught at facilities up and down the east coast in roles ranging from staff pro to director. He has over 15 years of experience working with all ages and skill levels, has led dozens of juniors to college scholarships, and coached several USTA teams to both regional and national championships. While Scott is a strong player, he is best known in the industry for his coaching expertise on strategy and match toughness.

  • Nate Bolling

    Nathan is a USPTA Elite Certified Tennis Professional also from Virginia Beach, VA. As a junior, Nathan was ranked as high as #4 in the Mid-Atlantic and achieved a top 100 national ranking before competing collegiately at Virginia Wesleyan and then James Madison University. Upon graduating college, Nathan devoted his tennis career to competitive player development and has over 20 years of experience working with high performance juniors and adults. In addition to his role at PlayYourCourt, Nathan runs the High Performance Academy at the prestigious Princess Anne Country Club where he has coached hundreds of juniors to college scholarships. Nate is a true student of the game and with his extensive knowledge of stroke mechanics, he is well known as one of the best technical coaches in the industry.


Here's what our students are saying...

“These coaches are some of the best I’ve ever encountered. I’ve been playing for about 20 years and been to tennis clinics all over the world, and these guys are just amazing.”

Jan Brito
Doubles Movement Mastery Workshop

“Within 15 minutes of getting on court and getting to see my strokes, it just clicked so fast. It felt like years of learning and development in just a handful of minutes. Absolutely incredible!”

Matt Eagan
Finish Your Technique Private Training

“I would say at first blush it seems expensive, but after having taken the course… I learned more in these 2 days than I’ve learned in almost a year from my pros back home.”

Patti Pelton
Doubles Movement Mastery Workshop

“The information was simplified to the point where we could absorb it, put it into action, and when we get home, put it into match play.”

Jen & Aram Maravillas
Singles Strategy & Tactics Workshop s

“I never felt like I was moving at the right time, I felt like balls were always passing me. They made me aware of the cues that enabled me to move in and poach some balls and actually put them away, not just dribble them off my racquet.”

Nancy Murray
Doubles Movement Mastery Workshop

“Having a plan to move forward was well worth the price because I’m going to get years of satisfaction and enjoy my time on the court more.”

Keith Ramsey
Finish Your Technique Private Training