WORLD CLASS TENNIS PROGRAM
Part One - The Techniques
Instructor and Program Author: Andrew S. Rosz
Part One of the "World Class Tennis Program" is primarily lecture and
on-court demonstrations. Below is an outline of some of the issues and techniques that
will be thoroughly discussed in Part One of our program.
LESSON #1 - INTRODUCTION / HOW TO PRACTICE
How to identify a "World Class" player... The three basic ways to play tennis...
Common reasons players don't improve... Tennis Excuses; what they really mean... How to
watch the Pros and benefit from what you see... The secrets to playing good tennis... The
worst strategy in tennis... How to measure and monitor your progress... How to turn
practice into performance... How to get the most out of your practice time... The best
time to use a ball machine... Five things to remember when practicing on the court...
Three ways to use the practice wall... How to practice off the court... The single most
important tennis skill of all...
LESSON #2 - GROUNDSTROKE FUNDAMENTALS
The definition of a "Groundstroke"... The five characteristics of a proper
groundstroke... Nine reasons why groundstroke are important... The three basic types of
groundstroke... The definition and discussion of an "Unforced Error"... Three
fundamentals of proper groundstroke... How to instantly improve your ability to hit
groundstroke... The seven techniques of proper groundstroke form...
LESSON #3 - GENERAL TECHNIQUES
The two most common errors in tennis strokes of most players... A simple cure for these
two most common errors... The two-tennis machine concept... The definition of the
"Ready position"... The different types of ready positions and when to use
each... Four characteristics common to all ready positions... The six techniques of the
proper groundstroke ready position...
LESSON #4 - HOW TO WATCH THE BALL
Why watching the ball is the most misunderstood skill in tennis... Five ways you can tell
if you are watching the ball successfully... Three things to look for when watching the
ball... The ultimate ball-watching skill... Eye-training exercises... The five techniques
for successfully watching the ball...
LESSON #5 - THE GRIP
The importance of proper grip technique... How the grip influences your game... The grips
commonly used in tennis... Common grip problems... How to select a grip that is best for
you... Three general techniques common to all grips... Six techniques for proper grip
development... Three exercises to help develop your grip...
LESSON #6 - EARLY PREPARATION"Definition of "Early Preparation"...
The importance of early preparation... Three characteristics of good early preparation...
The benefits of early preparation... The eight techniques of early preparation...
Introduction to the "two-step" stroke...
LESSON #7 - FORM AND BALANCE
The definition of "Form"... The definition of "Balance"... The
analysis of a tennis stroke... The "two-step" stroke vs. the
"three-step" stroke... The definition and discussion of "Timing"...
The three techniques of balance... The eleven techniques of "World Class"
LESSON #8 - FOOTWORK
The basics of good footwork... Why "techniques" don't apply to footwork... Ten
general concepts of footwork... Three common applications of footwork... Advanced footwork
Class Tennis Program Part One - The Techniques
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