There are a few things you NEED to know before teaching your kids tennis. We have created 5 crucial tips and recommendations to consider when thinking about self-coaching tennis to your children.
What happened to just yellow tennis balls? Junior tennis development has been transformed through the introduction of QuickStart's colored tennis balls. By transitioning children through 5 different ball types and colors, kids are learning tennis faster than ever. Read on to find out which tennis ball your child should be practicing with.
No matter what age your child is, a good tennis bag is not a luxury, it's essential. We've compiled a list of our top 5 kids tennis bags based on factors such as durability, quality, size, age-fit, comfort, and more.
If you are planning on teaching your child tennis, then you ought to understand basic tennis terminology. Keep this guide to tennis lingo handy in case you need to look something up.
What are the requirements for playing professional tennis, if your child is starting from a young age? In this guide we will discuss, age conditions, training requirements, challenges of going pro, and more.
Forehand groundstrokes are the most commonly hit shots in tennis. Hence, it's imperative that your child understands the fundamentals. This guide shows you, the parent, how to teach your junior player to hit multiple types of forehand groundstrokes depending on their age.
Junior tennis has massive developmental and psychological benefits and can help children grow in all sorts of ways. Here's what you can expect your child to developmentally and psychologically gain from playing tennis.
The recently released online platform "Net Generation" aims to help parents get their children involved in tennis. The website is owned by the United States Tennis Association (USTA). Here's everything parents need to know about Net Generation.
Getting your kids into tennis is the easy part. Children tend to fall in love with the sport shortly after being introduced. Just like other junior sports, however, external factors can lead to a loss of interest. One of the most common questions we receive, is "how to keep them interested?"
Is tennis truly safe for kids? Parents ask us this question all the time. Yes, tennis is a "non-contact sport" but are there other risks? Indeed, there are. Here's what safety concerns you need to be aware of, and how to address them.