Wimbledon has just wrapped up and what a tournament it was.
This blog post is taken from our 'The Ace' tennis newsletter and is inspired by a lesson I took with our local pro, Dave Rowat. I have a lot of respect for Dave. He's a great player of course but he's a tremendous teacher. Those two things are not always synonymous!
Visions on Grand Slam trophies were racing through my head ...
Tennis world number 1, Novak Djokovic, just won the 2021 French Open.
The topic of this article comes from a lesson I had a couple of years ago with the pro I take lessons from.
This article comes from discussion about an adaptation of a strategy that my local club pro and I had regarding how hard I was hitting the ball.
I love the game of tennis. I enjoy watching it, playing it and writing about it! What I find truly amazing is the amount of focus and the amount of skill that is required to play well.
I was out hitting with our local pro, Dave Rowat again last week. We were working on groundstrokes and hitting specific targets.
I was out hitting today with our local tennis pro, Dave Rowat and we were working on a few different things and one of the things that came up was the inside out forehand.
The tennis season is well under way here in Canada and what a season it has been. It was a slow start due to the pandemic but once tennis opened more people than ever are playing.
2020 has also marked a real renaissance for Dunlop in tennis here in Canada.
We are very excited to be one of the Canadian retailers selling and promoting Dunlop. They have a great product line and you can learn more about Dunlop's tennis racquets below ...