MATCH POINT TENNIS
Coach James Tennis
Teaches Serious Tennis to Serious Players
MATCH POINT TENNIS is the parent company for Coach James Tennis - which was spun off in 2007 for Coach James to bring his award winning tennis programs and styles to Northern Virginia
Coach James is a Certified Tennis Professional - teaching for 26 years and playing serious tennis for 38 years.
The Blue Print for Winning Tennis
Whether you are an experienced player or just starting, everyone needs a plan for advancement.
Coach James Tennis has developed a plan for each player to measure this advancement.
We have developed a tried and true 5 STEP process to take your game to the next USTA, NVTL. DSTL, SRP, PCST Team Ladder or personal level. This needs to be followed EVERY Week - Until
1 hour Private Lesson (weekly)
The most important part of the whole process is having a trained eye identify and fix any form issues that would stop you from that next step in your game. Realize in a private 1 on 1 setting you will hit 700-800 shots.
Statisitics show that a 2 hour doubles match ,
- then factor in the other 3 players - ask yourself how many balls did I actually hit?
1 or 2 - two hour weekly clinics
Realize in a private 1 on 1 setting you will hit 700-800 shots. Statisitics show that a 2 hour small clinic of 4 you will hit 2000+ shots. 6 players 1800. On the competititve side - you will hit 2500-4000 shots if the clinic is continuous and players are focused and ready. That's why we created the serious Group of 4 - lesson series. It's time to learn.
Practice on your own
Statiistics show that one needs 5000 correct repetitions to create a new muscle memory. Practice with a partner, hit against the wall, hit with the ball machine, hit a basket of serves. Carve out 30 minutes a week to do this. Add to that 5000 plaver week.
Play a "practice match"
Compete in a League
Match experience without the pressure of winning
Match experience - why we play the game. Builds Character.
A website about tennis
Build the Power Forehand
Flawless Backand Drives
6 Zones for best positioning
Discover the two crucial concepts that allow my students make major improvements, learn concise techniques to supercharge improvement
- Coach James
The Three for winning tennis is seldom witnessed by me for today's player - when are you going to start?
the ball is in play an average 12-15 minutes per hour~!