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FB TFP 166_The 7 Foundational Movements to Build an Effective Training Program with Justin Russ

TFP 166: The 7 Foundational Movements to Build an Effective Training Program with Justin Russ

On Episode 166 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with strength and conditioning coach Justin Russ about how you can build a simple and effective training program to get stronger and move better on the court.Justin has worked with several pro athletes on the ATP and WTA tour. He is currently an Assistant Strength […]

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FB TFP 162_ The Best Tennis Racquet for Your Game with Jean-Pierre Jounier

TFP 162: The Best Tennis Racquets for Your Game with Jean-Pierre Jounier

On Episode 162 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with French tennis coach Jean-Pierre Jounier about the most important factors you need to consider when choosing a tennis racquet.A lot of tennis players make the costly mistake of picking a racquet based on their favorite player, what their friends use, or even worse, how […]

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FB TFP 159_ 7 Do’s and Don’ts in Singles Matches (4.5 Level)

TFP 159: 7 Do’s and Don’ts in Singles Matches (4.5 Level)

On Episode 159 of The Tennis Files Podcast, you’re going to learn 7 key do’s and don’ts in your singles matches.Strategy, unlike technique, is something that you can implement immediately that will make a big impact in your matches. With technique, while the benefits are huge, and you should absolutely work on it, strategy doesn’t […]

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FB TFP 158_ How to Compete Against the World’s Best Players with Jibran Mohammadi

TFP 158: How to Compete Against the World’s Best Players with Jibran Mohammadi

On Episode 158 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I interviewed Jibran Mohammadi, former ATP Pro and current tennis coach, about how to compete against the world’s best tennis players.Jibran achieved a ranking on the ATP Tour, played Davis Cup for Pakistan, and has played with many legends of the sport, like Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, […]

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