Tennis 101: How to Play Tennis
What you'll learn
- How to Warm-Up for Tennis and Create Your Own Warm-Up Routine
- Tennis Grips: How to Hold a Tennis Racquet Properly
- Tennis Forms: Static Postures that Highlight a Tennis Moving Principle
- Beginner Level Forehand, Backhand, Volley, and Serve
- Intermediate Level Forehand, Backhand, Volley, and Serve
- Learn How to Progress Step-by-Step in Tennis
- Interest in Playing Tennis
- Computer or mobile device with Internet Connection
Hi Coach Adrian here, and welcome to Tennis 101: How to Play Tennis!
Registering for this course is like hiring me as your personal tennis coach. I'm here for you every step of the way. All my courses are designed to be concise and straight to the point. Feel to ask me questions or give feedback! My mission is for you to become the most complete tennis player possible.
In this course, I cover beginner forehands, backhands, volleys and serves and progress forward to the intermediate level. I breakdown every stroke in slow-motion and go over only the most important aspects of each skill based on your level.
I believe you'll find this tennis course very easy to follow!
I hope to periodically update this course with new material and bonus content. Keep checking back for more!
Who this course is for:
- Beginners and Intermediate Players
- USTA NTRP 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 Players
Adrian Gonzales was a ranked USTA Norcal Junior (1990-1996). He played #1 varsity singles for St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, CA and helped lead St. Ignatius to two WCAL team championships (1994 & 1996). He has a B.A. in Communication Studies at San Francisco State University and a M.S. in Leadership Studies from Northeastern University (Boston, MA).
Adrian worked with ATP and WTA professionals at two different private bay area tennis academies. He was Head Women's Tennis Coach at Mission College (Santa Clara, CA). Currently, Adrian is Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach and a Business Adjunct Professor at Ohlone College (Fremont, CA).