November 7, 2017
This week at Nenagh LTC sees the start of Winter League Training with Frank O’Keefe and Drilling in the Five Game Situations and Tennis Xpress with Anne Marie Darcy.
A useful tip from Frank and Anne-Marie this week is how to cut down on the points you loose by giving yourself a “Margin for Error”.
There are three ways you can lose a point in tennis:
Statistics prove that the vast majority of the points you lose in any match will be as a result of hitting the ball into the net or outside the lines.
How can you cut down on these errors? The answer is to give yourself a bigger “Margin For Error”.
What does this mean?
Giving yourself more margin for error means you will miss less shots, and that automatically puts more presssure on your opponent.