TFP 032: 10 Tools to Become a Better Tennis Player

TFP 032: 10 Tools to Become a Better Tennis Player

Today I discuss 10 of my favorite tennis tools that I regularly use and recommend. These tools will help you improve your tennis game in many different ways, from learning more about the game to finding hitting partners. I recently published a blog post on The 41 Best Tennis Resources Every Tennis Player Should Know, and wanted to talk about the ones I use the most. These are the resources that I think will take your game to the next level.

On this episode, you will learn about the following resources:

  • Tennis Books
  • Search Tools to find players, coaches, and tennis courts
  • Online Tennis Instructors
  • Youtube
  • Online Forums
  • Facebook Groups
  • USTA
  • Podcasts
  • Blogs, and
  • Organizational Tools

I hope you find the resources in this episode useful! Try using them and let me know what you think!

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Links Mentioned in This Episode

The 41 Best Tennis Resources Every Player Should Know – Just about every tennis tool mentioned in Episode 32 are in this companion blog post!

The Building Blocks of Tennis Success

Othmane Garma Interview

Treat Huey Interview

Tomaz Mencinger Interview

Jeff Salzenstein Interview

Interview with Allistair McCaw

Interview with Dave Mullins

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