Tennis training dvd's

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by shanker, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. shanker

    shanker Rookie

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    If i were going to purchase only one set of training/instruction tennis dvd's, which should I choose?
    I'm trying to teach/coach both of my daughter's as well as improve myself.
    I don't want my 10 year old to pick up any of my bad habits or anything and my 14 year old has just decided she wants to be on the HS team now. Private lessons or the like are not an option at this time.

    Thanks in advance.

    Greg
     
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  2. mike53

    mike53 Professional

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    Do you specifically want DVDs rather than a printed book?
     
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  3. shanker

    shanker Rookie

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    Not necessarily..just wanted to see things in motion as I have read a few books about the subject. Might be easier for the little one to get it better, too.
    I see lots of homemade type stuff available and also some very professionally done stuff. Just wanting to maximize my meager dollars.

    Thanks
     
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  4. ksqwqb

    ksqwqb New User

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    Get a subscription to tennisplayer.net. When I was learning (still am) I watched a bunch of videos, visited a bunch of sites, etc. Then I joined here. This is the best, not even close. Best $100 I ever spent. You won't be sorry, trust me.
     
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  5. mike53

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  6. Djokovicfan4life

    Djokovicfan4life Legend

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    www.fuzzyyellowballs.com

    Try this site before you decide to spend a little cash. It's free and right on the money on pretty much every aspect of the game.
     
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  7. mike53

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    The video instruction at Fuzzy Yellow Balls is exceptional and I find that it dovetails nicely with the free pro-player videos on the USTA site.
     
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