In this module you’ll learn the secrets to Roger Federer’s game. We break down Federer’s serve, forehand, slice and topspin backhands, how he stays loose, and his patterns of play plus much, much more.
In this module you’ll learn the secrets to Rafael Nadal’s game. We’ll break down Nadal’s aggressive topspin, how he constructs points, his huge variety from the baseline and why he is the best returner in the game.
In this module you’ll learn the secrets to Novak Djokovic’s game. You’ll learn the secrets to his incredible backhand, how to hit on the rise like Novak, how he punishes opponent’s with his dominant return of serve and why he focuses so much on being flexible.
In this module we’ll cover the evolution of Dominic Thiem’s forehand and why he has changed from a NextGen to a modern stroke, how Monfils creates massive power on serve and Tsitsipas’ backhand drive.
In this module, you’ll learn the secrets to Alexander Zverev’s backhand and how he generates so much power. You’ll also learn the how Fabio Fognini creates so much power using very compact swings and how he dictates play from the baseline.
In this module you’ll learn the secrets to Nick Kyrgios’ serve and forehand, Stan Wawrinka’s backhand power, Del Potro’s huge forehand power, Andy Roddick’s serve secrets and Federer’s forehand lag!
Carlos Alcaraz won his first grand slam title at the 2022 US Open and there are many lessons to be learned from his game. In these brand new videos, we’ll cover the Alcaraz serve, backhand, tactics and patterns of play. How he finishes points at the net, how he hits such perfect drop shots plus his off-court training regime.
In another brand new module, we’ll break down the Rublev forehand and how Medvedev wins countless matches with nontraditional technique.
You’ll also get access to our Play Like Your Favorite Players course, which has 50 additional lessons on Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Thiem, Murray, Del Potro, Agassi, Sampras, Wawrinka, Nishikori and Edberg.
If you’re serious about improving every aspect of your game, who better to learn from that the best tennis players in the world. Each player has their strengths that we can all learn from. Don’t delay – get started here