Tennis parents often ask us if they should enroll their child in group lessons, or private 1 on 1 lessons. Both formats have benefits and drawbacks. This article outlines which junior tennis lesson type is best for your child depending on a few factors.
The Wilson Clash 26 is part a new line of technologically advanced tennis rackets. We created a comprehensive review of the 26-inch junior racket, showcasing it's features, pros, and cons. We also compare it to a similar state of the art junior racket.
A good junior tennis skirt can go a long way for your child. We have compiled a list of our top 5 favorite girls tennis skirts, so you can make an informed decision and choose the skirt that best fits your preferences. We compare kids tennis skirts based on price, comfort, breathability, sizing, colors, pockets, durability, and more.
Footwork is often overlooked by parents and coaches alike. The fact of the matter is learning and enforcing proper footwork is more important for children than older players. By learning proper footwork from a young age, kids will have much more fluid and natural movements when playing tennis competitively. Here are our 5 favorite footwork drills.
Are kids tennis camps happening in 2021 even with Covid-19? Find out about Nike camps, Adidas, camps, the precautions they are taking, and if it's truly safe to enroll your child in tennis camp this Summer.
Many tennis parents ask us about the Head Speed Kids Tennis Racquet. We've compiled a full review of the junior racket, while detailing which model you should consider buying for your child based on their age.
The first actionable step to becoming a professional tennis coach is to get certified through the USPTA, or United States Professional Tennis Association. Here are the requirements for getting certified.
It's important to use the correct ball type when introducing your child to tennis. Foam tennis balls are ideal for young children in the very early stages of tennis. This is why they are essential for young beginners.
If your child is playing tennis outside and in the sun, then a hat or visor is incredibly important for a multitude of health and gameplay reasons. Take a look at our list of the top 5 kids tennis hats and visors.
If your child is age 10 or under, you NEED to get a portable kids tennis net. They are smaller, scaled-down nets which help to speed up development, lengthen rallies, and increase overall fun. Here are the 5 best kids tennis nets to take into consideration.