Tennis Blog

How to remain calm during a tennis match

Tennis players of all level will experience a certain level of stress and nervousness when competing. Dealing with this stress and remaining calm can be a difficult thing for new players to learn, but it is vital if they want to succeed and compete at a high level. High levels of stress lead to a […]

Indian Wells 2019

We came. We saw. We sponsored. We have just returned from the desert having sponsored an exciting celebrity tennis kickoff event created by Cliff Drysdale Tennis for the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. Located at Omni Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa, the event featured tennis greats Stefanos Tsitsipas, Eugenie Bouchard, Frances Tiafoe, Daria […]

MDBX for Android launched

We are incredibly proud to announce that after months of development, we have (finally) launched MDBX for Android. At Tennisletics, we are seeking to ensure everything we create is available to all across the globe. One member put it recently, “ is great to see you are trying to improve tennis for the masses”. In […]

10 must-see tennis courts around the world

From gorgeous beachside locations to courts hidden away inside famous US landmarks there are hundreds of outstanding tennis courts around the world. We’ve picked out 10 of the most prestigious and breathtaking tennis courts around the world that every tennis nut needs to add to their bucket list.

Equipment for a beginner tennis player

One of the beauties of tennis as a sport is that doesn’t require a great deal of equipment to get started. If you have or can borrow a racquet and a ball, you’re good to go. However, if you are planning to play regularly and have a desire to progress then you will need to […]

Controlling your anger during a tennis match

Anger is an extremely powerful emotion that can be very difficult to control, especially in younger and less experienced players. If you allow your anger to get the better of you it’s highly likely that your chances of success will drop dramatically. Anger is typically a result of disappointment during a match as a player […]

Powerful strokes for tennis

Tennis players need to be well-rounded athletes able to play for 3 hours or more, with high levels of speed, agility, balance, and power.  Pound-for-pound, elite tennis players have some of the highest levels of conditioning with powerful legs, strong core, and toned upper body. But, while tennis players need to be strong, they need to […]

Core strength and stability for tennis

Core exercises to improve strength and stability in tennis are a vital part of fitness training for tennis. The abdominal, oblique and lower back muscles are extensively used for the three basic and most important shots in tennis – the serve, forehand, and backhand.  Strengthening your core will provide that vital stability for times when […]

How different types of court impact a tennis match

Tennis tournaments across the world are played on a range of different surfaces, each of which has its own characteristics that impact the match in a different way. The four most common types of tennis court are hard courts, clay, grass, and carpet (or synthetic turf). Out of the four Grand Slam events, the US […]

Tennis footwork drills

As part of our focus on ensuring a healthy body for tennis, we have devised ‘snack-sized’ workouts, each with 3-7 drills, that can be done anywhere in just seven minutes or repeated or combined for a longer overall workout. There are no longer any excuses for introducing a fitness regime into your tennis training. To […]