The higher level of tennis you're going after, the higher level of instruction you must receive.
This is where you'll get it.
I'm a passionate recreational tennis player, aged 51, from Switzerland. I began playing tennis late, at the age of 42.
I had lots of tennis lessons with severel tennis teachers in my "career". I play a lot of tournaments. I've watched your videos on the internet a I must say you're way of teaching and explaining tennis is just brilliant.
You teach very important things that other tennis coaches don't.
I try to get your tipps in my game and since I do so, my game has much improved.
Greetings from Switzerland. Jost
After viewing many of your videos, I feel as if I now know the "magic behind tricks".
Thank you for breaking down and explaining the process into easy to understand videos.
My tennis game now feels right and my body doesn't ache and pain like it did before after watching and understanding your videos.
Your domain name, FeelTennis.net makes me aware that I need to:
Feel Tennis (fluid motion and awareness)
. (dot) don't hit
Best regards from Vietnam!
Hello Tomaz, your basic forehand lesson opened my mind. Your approach to the fundamental principles of tennis is quite different from what is usually found on internet.
I started learning nearly three years ago, and I don't have a good forehand yet. Watching your lesson was a sort of illumination!
Today I'm going to play, I look forward to putting in practice your tips!
Grazie e buon weekend!