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Chip & Charge Play | BEATING PUSHERS

3 days ago16271 10

The “chip & charge” is almost a lost art. As we’ve seen the modern game take over the past few years it’s getting more difficult to approach the net. However, in today’s lesson we’re turning the clock back a bit as Brady demonstrates how this play is particularly effective against a pusher.

Approach Down The Middle | BEATING PUSHERS

4 days ago17031 7

Pushers play radically different from your typical player, so it makes sense that you will employ strategies against them that you would not normally use. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how approaching directly at a pusher can be quite effective.


5 days ago19841 13

Pushers are typically very fast…sometimes so fast that you have to use their speed against them. In today’s video Brady demonstrates a play that utilizes hitting “behind” a pusher.


6 days ago18311 10

A pusher loves one thing more than anything else: time. If you give a pusher plenty of time to chase down a ball, they ultimately will. In today lesson, Brady discusses how to effectively take time away from a pusher without racking up unforced errors.


1 week ago23281 27

Overhitting is one of the most common mistakes players make against the dreaded “pusher”. In today’s lesson Brady discusses how you can still play aggressively without overhitting.

Eyes At Contact On Volleys | CONTACT POINT

2 months ago27721 19

In our last lesson we established that lifting your head away from contact on a groundstroke can actually free up the swing. So is this the case on your volleys as well? Find out in today’s lesson with Brady.

Eyes At Contact? | CONTACT POINT

2 months ago29451 21

Where should your eyes be at contact on a groundstroke? The answer may surprise you. In today’s lesson, Brady tackles this topic dealing with where your focus should be at point of contact.

Straight or Bent Arm? | CONTACT POINT

2 months ago29731 19

“Should your arm be straight or bent at contact?” is a common question many recreational players have. In today’s lesson Brady tackles this topic and much more.


2 months ago23791 25

Choosing to hit the run around forehand crosscourt (inside-out) or down the line (inside-in) can be quite a dilemma. In today’s lesson, Brady gives you simple advice on how to choose between the two options.


2 months ago22751 30

The run around forehand can sometimes be utilized as an approach shot. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how to hit various run around forehands while transitioning to the net.

Inside-In Forehand | RUN AROUND FOREHAND

2 months ago22651 12

The inside-in forehand can often be the exclamation point that ends a great rally. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how to direct this shot down the line without tipping off your opponent.

Inside-Out Forehand | RUN AROUND FOREHAND

3 months ago3271 0

The inside-out forehand is one of the most effective groundstrokes in tennis. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates two different versions of the shot and how each can be utilized.

Run Around Forehand Footwork | RUN AROUND FOREHAND

3 months ago3461 13

The run-around forehand can be one of the most deadly forehands when executed properly. In today’s lesson Brady demonstrates the unique footwork needed to get in position for this effective shot.

Aiming The Overhead | ACCURACY

3 months ago3531 6

A well-placed overhead is almost certainly going to win you the point. In today’s lesson, Brady gives a few tips on how to perfectly target your overhead no matter what kind of lob you encounter.

Aiming The Serve | ACCURACY

3 months ago5551 22

The path the racket travels along with the angle of the racket are two major factors that determine the direction of the tennis ball. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how the angle of the racket at contact will greatly dictate the direction on a serve.

Aiming The Volley | ACCURACY

4 months ago5351 18

Having good control on a volley may be more important than any other aspect of the stroke. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how he controls his volleys in order to keep his opponents on the ropes.