Tennis Pros on youtube, who do you find most helpful?

MoxMonkey

New User
Been practicing/playing tennis for a few months now, and I get alot of insight and instruction from youtube.

So I am posing the question, who do y'all find most beneficial for your development on youtube?

Myself I find Tomaz from feeltennis to be the best, he has a way of explaining things that work well for me.

Just thought it would be good to hear other peoples views. Thanks
 
Been practicing/playing tennis for a few months now, and I get alot of insight and instruction from youtube.

So I am posing the question, who do y'all find most beneficial for your development on youtube?

Myself I find Tomaz from feeltennis to be the best, he has a way of explaining things that work well for me.

Just thought it would be good to hear other peoples views. Thanks
- Feel Tennis
- OTI ["Do you want to hit big serves? Playing tennis without a big serve is just not as much fun."]
- Top Tennis Training
- Tenfitmen
- Essential Tennis
- Tennis Evolution
- Brent Abel [targeted towards the senior game, which, BTW, technically starts at 35]
- Daily Tennis Lesson

Now ask me the important question: how much do I practice? Not nearly enough to justify all of the time I spend on these sites.
 

nyta2

Semi-Pro
My Tennis HQ guy is a true high level player (UTR 15 peak, 13 current) and does a great job explaining things very well.
I do feel his channel is aimed more at 4.0/4.5 and above players looking to reach the next level.
currently my favorite channel (was gonna post it, but you beat me to it :p)
i original bought a "suggest a racquet" plan from them... (originally he focused on demoing racquets)
the content is definitely geared to the higher level...
i particularly appreciate the micro details of his mindset during practice/matches... with his students/as a pro hitting partner/etc...

most other channels lessons are geared to the 3.5, so it takes alot more effort to get nuggets for myself (though i still like watching them because some progressions/explainations/mental models are really good to borrow when teaching).
 

Blitzball

Professional
Jeff Salzenstein knows his stuff. Rick Macci videos are also really insightful despite his sometimes distasteful coaching style.

90% of the rest are really not good. I won't name anyone or any channels, but they don't teach effectively or correctly.
 

GuyClinch

Legend
Intuitive tennis and Feel Tennis are pretty good - Essential Tennis is also good for everyman kind of strategy.. OTI is good as well. Some of the guys are very strong players but only so so in the teaching. Outside of essential tennis - who is unusually low ranking the youtube professional coaches tend to be strong players or even former pros because that seems to attract more views. This is a change from the old days when the early youtube guys were more of a teacher and sometimes not much of a player at all.
 

Gael4

Rookie
- Feel Tennis
- OTI ["Do you want to hit big serves? Playing tennis without a big serve is just not as much fun."]
- Top Tennis Training
- Tenfitmen
- Essential Tennis
- Tennis Evolution
- Brent Abel [targeted towards the senior game, which, BTW, technically starts at 35]
- Daily Tennis Lesson

Now ask me the important question: how much do I practice? Not nearly enough to justify all of the time I spend on these sites.
I watch wayyy more than I play
Hell I watch Go (the board game) videos more than I play tennis. And I don't really play go...
 

Happi

Professional
MyTennisHQ and TopTennisTraining best of the bunch. Intuitive tennis also right up there with them.
For instructions Top Tennis Training are very good, Topcourt is very interesting in another way, just watched an excellent video where Rublev was explaining about his forehand.

Have to look up MyTennisHQ
 
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