TFP 244: The 5 Most Common Mistakes That 3.0-4.5 Doubles Players Make

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On Episode 244 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I’ll reveal the 5 most common mistakes that 3.0-4.5 doubles players make.

In this episode, I’ll walk you through my recent experiences playing USTA League doubles matches and the biggest takeaways from them, along with tips I’ve learned from the best coaches in the world. Fortunately I have been doing quite well this season in mixed and men’s combo doubles matches (15-7) thanks to the strategies I’ve implemented and from paying more attention to my opponents and their tendencies. In this episode, I’ll discuss picking up on doubles tells, why heavy groundstroke dippers are so useful, different doubles formations, and much more!

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