Work out and improve your tennis game with the new Ball Machine Rapid Fire Tennis Clinic. Great for players of all levels to improve accuracy, reaction, stroke and more with the guidance of a tennis pro.
Want to play tennis in college? A professional tennis coach can help you hone your skills and harness your power to play confidently and successfully on the tennis courts.
Blue Chip Alum Shows Others How to Win a Junior Tennis Tournament Ask Asya Gunertem How to win a junior tennis tournament and she’ll tell you it’s about hard work, good tennis training, and dedication. Ask one of her Blue Chip Tennis Coaches at Mount Vernon Athletic Club and they’ll tell you its her enthusiasm. Either way, […]
USTPA and Blue Chip Tennis Academy pro Farley Youman explains how to find and use the best video clips showcasing tennis skills, then edit them together and send the YouTube link to college tennis coaches. Show off and score a scholarship!
Blue Chip Tennis Coach Farley Youman says the “Most important ‘ingredient’ to a great tennis serve starts with a great toss.” Find out his four great ways to practice your tennis serve toss and help you deliver a smashing tennis serve on court or at home!
Blue Chip Tennis Academy pros Tim Bainton, Jeremy Carl and Farley Youman have written an article appearing in the February 2017 issue of Tennis Industry magazine. The article describes the building blocks necessary to creating a solid foundation for youth tennis players – COACH!
Tennis Footwork is the foundation of a good tennis player. Having perfect looking strokes are great but movement and footwork are the key to executing these strokes.
Tennis coaches are often found telling their players to add more topspin to their shots. Topspin groundstrokes are definitely shots that are welcome in the singles game BUT for doubles, the strategy is a bit different. Learn more with out Tennis Tip.
Choosing the right combination of tennis string will help take your game to the next level. Our team of knowledgeable professionals can point you in the right direction
Use the palm of your hand in order to hit a better forehand. Your palms are the keys to either hitting a forehand lob or a forehand drive.