TFP 361: How to Watch The Ball and Scan Your Opponent – From the 2021 archives

FB TFP 361_ How to Watch The Ball and Scan Your Opponent – From the 2021 archives [From the archive: This episode was originally recorded and published in 2021]

On Episode 361 of The Tennis Files Podcast, you’ll learn how to reduce mishits, strike the ball cleaner, and anticipate where your opponent’s shot is going.

There are three phases you need to learn when the ball is in play: (1) tracking (2) zooming and (3) scanning. A lot of players end up tracking the ball when they should be scanning the opponent instead or vice versa, and many don’t zoom on the ball long enough. These terms may sound confusing, which is why on this episode I’ll walk you through each phase, drills you can do to improve them, how to analyze your opponent using the 4 Ps, and much more!

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