Doubles Strategy

Tennis
Winning court strategies for men´s doubles, women´s doubles and mixed.

Be a Better Doubles Partner star
Most recreational tennis players play doubles, which means they´re not alone out there on court. The key to your happiness and success as a doubles player is to be the best partner you can be.

Don’t Just Cover the Middle star
How is it that some of your opponent always seem to know where you’re going to hit the ball? Are they just that good or are you really that bad?

Doubles From the Baseline star
Traditional doubles strategy teaches that the first team to take the net controls the point. This is thought to be the most advantageous position. Or is it?

Doubles Strategy: The Net is Your Friend star
If you play doubles, you need to be comfortable at net and develop good instincts to take control of each point. You can be a more effective doubles player by improving your short game and learning how to take advantage of your opponent at net.

Mixed Doubles Strategy star
Tennis can be social or competitive, and there are different strategies for both, but it's pretty well known the best way to play when you go out for mixed doubles. Aim for the woman.

Mixed Doubles Strategy star
These quick and easy tennis tips will help you be successful playing mixed doubles and have more fun on the court with your partner.

Playing Staggered star
Do you know what is the best doubles formation? There are several answers, all of which are right, depending on the situation. Find out when a using staggered formation is most effective.

Quick Tips for Better Volleys star
Whether you play singles or doubles, taking over the net with solid volleys is a skill that every player should have in their game. Use these quick tips to improve your net play

Surviving Mixed Doubles With Your Spouse star
Tennis is a social game, and mixed doubles is a great way to spend a Sunday morning with your spouse. Why, then, aren´t there more married couples spending time on the court together? Quite simply, compatibility in life does not translate into compatibility in tennis.

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