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Sonntag, 8. Februar 2015, 16:47

Von Melissa

Charlie Hi, cheers from rainy London. I am a sudnett of the game and have recently joined your site. I like your thought process! Have you seen the site, tennis zone ? They talk about that the main focus is the fixed eye focus on the contact zone, and their thesis claims that when you fix your focus on contact zone then you hit and play in the Zone!! I have recently been putting this into my play, and watching federer hit his shots, the main commonality is the fact that he always has his eye on the contact zone!! So, is this the secret in tennis, using the KISS philosophy, keep it simple stupid , if us mere mortals who are club players , simply focus every time on contact zone, plus of course your advice, then maybe we have cracked the magic code of how to become a better player!!?? Love to hear from my fellow passionate payers , cheers , Charlie http://hbgvgfjcd.com [url=http://hmmniyqyvsn.com]hmmniyqyvsn[/url] [link=http://izuziv.com]izuziv[/link]

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Sonntag, 8. Februar 2015, 16:19

Von Sarie

Arturo Hernandez Charlie,Interesting points. I have a picutre of my 7 year old daughter hitting a tennis ball. She is clearly just watching the ball. This idea of KISS was addressed by Tomaz indirectly when . The problem for us adults is to STOP thinking. It requires considerable discipline. But once we can learn to focus on the small things (like the ball and trajectory or contact zone) then things do improve. But this requires practice. Most people think about practicing bigger things but not small things. Maybe we can get Tomaz to write about watching the ball and staying in the contact zone with the eyes. Or knowing him he can point us to one of his many articles.Cheers,Arturo http://wvcqfei.com [url=http://qszepcowuqt.com]qszepcowuqt[/url] [link=http://zklhjlhsi.com]zklhjlhsi[/link]

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Sonntag, 8. Februar 2015, 15:51

Von Vishram

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Sonntag, 8. Februar 2015, 12:55

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Samstag, 7. Februar 2015, 21:54

Von Riki

David If I look back how much techniques I have<a href="http://itbxztw.com"> lenraed</a> after 20 more years in playing tennis, there not much really. Split step, kick serve, top spin, open stance and so on are all new to me, but they don't stop me rally as Tomas Berdych does (or close to what he does). Somehow my body can adjust themselves (moving to the ball, adjust the timing and balance) after years of practice. As a matter of fact, I think the only technique I<a href="http://itbxztw.com"> lenraed</a> was the form racket back, contact and follow through. So Tomaz, thank you for sharing these ideas with us.

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Samstag, 7. Februar 2015, 21:36

Von Anthony

dodo Good article <a href="http://yhtblhext.com">thoams</a>, thank you. I wonder if we shouldn't just get rid of the optimal form of tennis from the start on and teach all students (including beginners) that it's all about intention of where and how to play a ball rather than focusing on correct movements. We can easily do so by creating situations according to the level of each student. cheers, dodo

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Samstag, 7. Februar 2015, 12:31

Von Chloe

Tomaz Hey Dodo, great to hear from you!I think with young kids who can be on court every day and be involved with many other<a href="http://xfburgdizva.com"> storps</a>, you CAN actually work most of the time just through intention, meaning play the ball like this . Technique should be taught mostly visually and not really mechanically. But with adult recreational beginners, I don't think it would work as well because they are not as coordinated and don't spend time developing motor skills. So teaching them basic mechanics in my experience is the right start as it gives them the peace of mind that they are doing things correct. But as I describe in this article and others, they key is to move from mechanics to intention and work a lot on dynamics of the movement.

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Samstag, 7. Februar 2015, 12:06

Von Ibraheem

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Samstag, 7. Februar 2015, 11:10

Von Louise

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Samstag, 7. Februar 2015, 10:27

Von Margaret

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Von Angel

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