How to Play Tennis…
If you think tennis is a hard and difficult game to learn
WE ARE PLEASED TO LET YOU KNOW…YOU ARE WRONG!
The Best Tennis Tips
For years the established ways
of teaching tennis have made the game a complicated and a long winded process. Here we
will show you some simple tennis tips on how to play tennis using the MTI Method that will greatly
accelerate the learning process and understanding of the game for you.
There are 4 main secrets to mastering
tennis with the MTI Method… aka T T F F
1. (T) Tracking – The stalking of the ball with your
2. (T) Timing – Striking the ball at the correct time in
relation to your body
3. (F) Feel – Becoming one with the ball and feeling what you
are doing to it with spin
4. (F) Finish – The correct racquet finish to the action you
are imparting on the ball
Get these fundamentals right on all your strokes and
you are long way down the road to success with tennis.
The MTI Method makes the learning process so much easier
because it allows you to progress a step at a time without being aware of the complicated
techniques you are mastering in the meantime…
Watch below to see a summary of how simply we teach these
"Tennis can be easy to learn if you
use the MTI Method!"
How to Play a Tiebreaker
A tiebreaker is normally played when the score reaches 6 games all.
The winner is the player to reach 7 points first with a 2 point lead e.g. 7-5 or 7-4 etc. If the score gets to 6-6
in the tiebreak then the winner will be the player or doubles team that gains a 2 point lead first from that point
onwards… e.g. 8-6, 9-7 or 10-8 etc.
Vital things to remember in a
You always start from the right court. Why? Because it’s the right side to
Even score = right court!
When the score is even e.g. 0-0 or 1-1 or
0-4 the players are serving and returning from the right court.
Odd score = Left Court
When the score is odd e.g. 0-1 or 2-1 or 1-4
the players are serving and returning from the left court.
Server changes = Left Court
The first point is played from the right and the server only gets to serve for one point.
After that each player plays 2 points on his or her serve before changing
When you have played 6 points you must change ends of the court. Once another
6 points are played you change ends again. Repeating every 6 points.
Tennis Terms (A few of many)
There are literally hundreds and hundreds of tennis terms, with many new ones
being created all the time. If you are unsure of any and would like an answer please feel free to email us by