Contact point
The contact point episode is one of the best! Not only the instructional particulars but very importantly the emphasis on contact point as a key priority. For me, the episode arrived at an essential time: I was struggling with what to really focus on for development— mental, footwork, strategy, technique? Knowing we can really only concentrate on one or two things at a time. The episode brought me the answer: point of contact. Interestingly, as the episode discusses, working on contact point also requires footwork, strategy and tactics. By coincidence (or not) I had already ordered a special racquet designed to help with contact point training. Here we go! Thank you Mehrban for continuing the Tennis Files!
H C Asad via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/17/21
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Simbababy via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/09/18
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Ashrakakaka via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/28/16
I listen to almost every tennis related podcast on the web. The Tennis Files is among my favorites and one of best available. Excellent mix of guests, coaches, pros, trainers, play testers, and more. Check it out and you won’t be disappointed.
Timmytennis78 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/25/20
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