How to get the advantage over your tennis opponent. Learn about player movement in doubles tennis in this free tennis lesson from a professional coach.
Hi, I'm Jason Gerardo at Gold Key Racquet Club in beautiful Phoenix, Arizona on behalf of Expert Village. I've had a lot of fun, I hope you've enjoyed it. What we've done here today, in recapping, is we kept it real simple and that's the idea that I like to keep. And I like to show you different things like keeping the core positioning, showing how you have a good shot selection, how to react, what you want to do before your shots, and what you've noticed right here is that we haven't kept it very technical at all. We've talked about your positioning, we've talked about your shot selection, but it's not rocket science, so I just want you to feel comfortable in knowing that anybody can take this on the court with them on a double's court. Very, very important, we don't have to change our strokes, we don't have to change our footwork. We've just talked about positioning again and we've talked about shot selection and how to react. What we're doing is we're working on the strategies, the positioning, the reaction. These are all things that we can do within our game, without even touching our strokes, without even touching our footwork. Very, very simple step. Hopefully you have some success with it.
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