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TFP 095: Tennis Summit 2019 Preview Pt. 2

TFP 095: Pro Tactics, Developing Your Game, and Crushing Forehands — A Preview of the Tennis Summit 2019 Sessions Pt. 2

On today’s episode of The Tennis Files Podcast, I put together a preview of three more sessions from the summit on pro tactics, the critical principles that you need to level up your game, and how to crush short forehands from world class coaches Paul Annacone, Edgar Giffenig, and Brady Hiete. The biggest online (and free!) […]

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TFP 094: Strategy, Mental Game and Diet Advice – A Preview of the Tennis Summit 2019 Sessions

On today’s episode of The Tennis Files Podcast, I put together a preview of four sessions from the summit on doubles strategy, mental game advice, singles strategy, and key tips on the optimal diet for tennis from Ian Westermann, Allistair McCaw, Sarah Stone, and Jeff Rothschild. The biggest online (and free!) tennis conference of the year […]

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Announcing Tennis Summit 2019 with Mehrban Iranshad

TFP 093: Announcing Tennis Summit 2019!

The biggest online (and free!) tennis conference of the year is now open for registration! After four months of hard work, I’m proud to announce on the podcast that I’ll be hosting the third edition of this annual event: Tennis Summit 2019! The objective of Tennis Summit 2019 is to help you win more tennis matches.  […]

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TFP 080: Q&A 4.5+ Edition — Re-tooling Your Strokes, Backhand Tips, Serve Consistency, Returning, Advanced Drills and More!

TFP 080: Q&A 4.5+ Edition — Re-tooling Your Strokes, Backhand Tips, Serve Consistency, Returning, Advanced Drills and More!

On Episode 80 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I am back to answering questions that I’ve received from tennis players like you about how to re-tool your strokes, topspin and slice backhand tips, serving more consistently, advanced drills, staying mentally tough and more!  I routinely receive emails asking questions about all things tennis, and I […]

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