Top Ten Online Tennis Instruction SitesTennis instruction has been on the radar for tennis players for decades. Not everyone lives in a city with a tennis coaching program and therefore would need to search elsewhere for instruction. That's where online trainers come into play.
Many people attribute the concept on Online Tennis instruction to Brent Abel who, in the late 1990's, launched webtennis.com. He and many other entrepreneurs have since been teaching millions of tennis players around the world.
From YouTube videos, social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and email marketing campaigns designed to drive students to their websites, tennis pros have been helping broader audiences improve their physical game, fitness, and mental strategy for a long time.
Below is a list of the absolute best Online Tennis Instructors you can use to up your game.
The Top Ten
The courses are great. I subscribed to their Premium Membership Program and for less than $50 I was able to access a lot of stuffs. Saved me money instead of buying the courses individually plus I get to participate in the group call with Jeff every month and throw in questions about my game. This guy is simply amazing and the way he teaches and explains his lessons are beyond compare. I vote Tennis Evolution
When I first started following Jeff I was very unsure of his style. I gave a shot because he had great reviews. Wow so glad I did, I was stuck at the 3.5 level for 4 years. I purchased Jeff's Top Spin Secrets Forehand video and instantly began improving. This past fall I was finally moved up to 4.0 and now I'm actually competing at the top of the 4.0 singles ladder at my club. Thank You Tennis Evolution!
This guy is great! His tennis Instruction is explained step by step with check points along the way. So glad me and wife joined his monthly subscription.
Great site- very easy to follow and the instruction actually works. Keep the videos coming!Visit Website
EBooks, videos, and direct emails with tips and tricks to strengthen your game. This site has pages of drills, sells some helpful products, and has an overall fitness section to get you strong.Visit Website
The most comprehensive sites I've come across so far are:
Essential Tennis and Fuzzy Yellow Balls
Ian Westerman went from a high-end club to a high-end tennis website. He started with podcasts and has moved on to instructional videos. His teaching manner is very efficient and approachable.
Without doubt the most knowledgeable guys out there.love the clinicsVisit Website
Will Hamilton is the number one source for tennis instruction on iTunes for good reason. He has built up some amazing credibility with both professional and amateur players and offers customized videos based off his subscriber's desires.
A clean site and some great videos of the pros in action. Tons of resources to Peruse and lose track of time on.
Just a very good site with bio mechanics to boot.
You'll get insights from real pro coaches who train real pro tennis stars.
I've learned a lot about the modern forehand. The drills in this site are very helpful.
A great website for players looking to improve their game.
Brent Abel is the godfather of online tennis instruction. He's got decades of videos and instruction to follow his own competitive accolades.
This site specializes in the mental game (as you can tell from the name of the site) and you'll not be sorry for the lessons. You'll get insights from the pros and various coaching resources.
Probably the best instructional website for players intermediate and up. Rather than focus on generic, fundamental advice, they go into a lot more detail on the intricacies of tennis that makes the difference between being a decent player to.a great player
A great collection of tennis tips, lessons, and seminars.
Free online videos to Peruse till you run out of time and have to get to work. Tips from professional players compiled into a single website.
"A website for tennis coaches and players: live tennis lessons (full length), thousands of drills, strokes progressions, tips and so much more."
The only place where you can find full tennis lessons, hundreds of drills, tips, quick fixes, ebooks... anything a tennis player or coach would need.
These guys helped me reduce my double faults by doing a video analysis of my serve. www.tennisvideocoach.com - allanmurphy