How to avoid choking during your tennis match

If you play competitive tennis then you need to watch this short blog. Christy Hey with the www.JuniorTennisShow.com talks about two ways to avoid choking.  Everyone has probably been there before–you are winning a big match and start to see yourself holding the trohpy up–next thing you know you the matched has turned and your opponent is coming back. Watch this short blog and prepare ahead of time for this situation.

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The Importance of learning to play on all surfaces for Junior Tennis

The importance of learning to play on all surfaces as a junior tennis player can’t be stressed enough. Learning to play on all surfaces will cause your game to not only be more well rounded, but will also greatly improve your match strategy. As you learn different styles for different surfaces, you will find that they eventually translate into your game for all surfaces and you will become a world class player who has many options during the course of a match. Watch this video and start today!

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Are You Fit Like Nadal?

Have you ever lost a tight match because you were not as fit as you needed to be to play your best? Are you as strong as you need to be to beat the next level of players in your age division? If so, keep doing what you’re doing. If not, watch this short post about getting more fit. And check out the interview Jay Travis did with one of the top fitness trainers in professional tennis on the JuniorTennisShow.com   Steve Siebold  ( 2:00 )

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What to tell your kids before they play a junior tennis match

Do you ever wonder what your role as a parent should be during tournament tennis? Are you supposed to give your kids advice on how to play the match, try to pump them up, etc? This can be a confusing topic for many parents. Even though intentions are good sometimes giving advice can add pressure and expectations on juniors before they even start the warm up. Listen to this short segment with Christy Hey from the www.JuniorTennisBlog.com and help your junior have the confidence they need to succeed.

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Junior Tennis Tournaments–How much is too much?

Have you ever wondered how many tournaments the top juniors are playing every year? Do they play every weekend? Or do they only play the major events? There is not a lot of information avalable when it comes to finding out how much is too much in regards to playing junior tennis tournaments. Listen to this informative blog to find out what the experts have to say about this subject.

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Junior Tennis Strategy: Training on Different Surfaces

Most junior tennis players spend their time training on one surface, but drilling and playing matches on different surfaces will make you a more well-rounded player. Ever surface has different characteristics that will improve your overall game. Watch this short video as we discuss the advantages of this strategy.   Steve Siebold  ( 2:26  )

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What to do if you are in the middle of losing your tennis match

Christy Hey with the Junior Tennis blog talks about her experience in junior tennis and the three things she did to help her come back from matches she was losing. Anyone that has played competitive tennis has been there- down one set and quickly losing the second set. You think you will be able to remember what to do but in that situation but even the basic things are hard to remember. Listen to this important blog and take notes to keep it in your tennis bag. Next time you get in that situation you can review these notes and turn that match around.

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Making the most of the Changeover

Learn how to take advantage of every possible scenario in a tennis match by watching the Junior Tennis Blog. In this episode we discuss how to make the most of the changeover. In the extremely competitive world of junior tennis, any little area that can gain you an advantage will make a huge difference. Listen to the ways you can use these quick breaks in a match to gain a competitive edge on your opponent.

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Junior Tennis Rain Delay Strategy

Ah, the dreaded rain delay. It’s 3-3 in the third, and it suddenly starts pouring! Two hours later you’re sluggish, tired, and unfocused from listening to your iPod and lounging around the club waiting for the courts to dry. Watch this short video post on how to handle and hopefully win more rain delayed matches.   Steve Siebold   ( 2:50 )

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How to pick the right Tennis Coach

Choosing the right coach can be a difficult process. Christy Hey walks you through the important points to remember when choosing the right coach. Learn by listening to someone who has been through this before. Her experience can help lead you to finding the right coach. Parents should also listen to this as it is important for parents to have good rapport with the coach. For Christy Hey, with the www.JuniorTennisShow.com , this was the most important decision of her tennis career. She talks about how her coaches not only helped shape her tennis career but also made her into the person she is today.

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