WebTennis24.com     Presents                                                       1                                      ...
Winning Tactics for       Singles and Doubles  This eBook is brought to you by WebTennis24.com, and will provide all the i...
HOW TO WIN YOUR SINGLES MATCHESAGAINST…    1. The Defensive Baseline Player / PusherAlso called counter-puncher or pusher,...
 Move the ball at short angles side to side to have him chase it down and open the court on his     side. Look more for o...
2. The Offensive Baseline Player (OBP)This type of tennis personality relies on power to win the points through clean winn...
 The aggressive players like rhythm, they prefer the ball at a certain height and pace. So varying      your shots depth,...
3. The All-Court Player (ACP)The all-court player is able to win from any position on the court: at the net, from the base...
 The overall mentality with which you should approach this match is to be patient first (it can be      a long tactical c...
Tactics to beat the Serve-and-Volley Player (SVP)You know hell try to come up to the net on every ball… So prepare to shor...
 Lob him. See if he responds well to it. Disguise your delivery as much as you can. Aim deep and      preferably to his b...
The infamous leftys slice serve can be very damaging not only because it can push the opponent off thecourt on the ad side...
Same tactics that you use against a right-handed player apply when playing a lefty; just reverse theplacement:     return...
HOW TO WIN IN DOUBLES USING THEONE-UP-ONE-BACK FORMATIONIntro to the One-Up-One-Back Formation (OUOB)This is the favorite ...
So the net players first job is to close the angles of the opposing baseline player by moving closer to thenet and center;...
5. The return of serveThe receivers partner should stay on the service line and only move up after the return has been mad...
One-Up-One-Back vs. Both-UpThe BU team is a dangerous one. Assuming that they are good volleyers andattacking the single o...
About the AuthorWebTennis24.com has been created by Cosmin Miholca, a certified tennis professional and respectedtennis co...
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  1. 1. WebTennis24.com Presents 1 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com Copyright © 2011 by WebTennis24.com
  2. 2. Winning Tactics for Singles and Doubles This eBook is brought to you by WebTennis24.com, and will provide all the insight you need to win against all singles players and doubles formations. At first you will get to better understand the profiles of all different players, what are their strong points and weak points, and how can you use that in your favor. Without further ado, these are the tactics you can master:Tactics to win your matches:Win Your Singles Matches Against ALL Types of Players:  Tactics to beat the Defensive Baseline Player (Pusher)  Tactics to beat the Offensive Baseline Player (OBP)  Tactics to beat the All-Court Player (ACP)  Tactics to beat the Serve-and-Volley Player (SVP)  Tactics to beat the left-handed player (lefty)Win Your Doubles Matches Using theOne-Up-One-Back Formation:  One-Up-One-Back vs. One-Up-One-Back  One-Up-One-Back vs. Both-Up 2 Page  One-Up-One-Back vs. Both-Back Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  3. 3. HOW TO WIN YOUR SINGLES MATCHESAGAINST… 1. The Defensive Baseline Player / PusherAlso called counter-puncher or pusher, the defensive baseliner is one tough opponent that everybodywants to know how to beat. Why? Because he is capable of hitting a lot of balls back and stay with youin a rally "all day".Their main goal is not to try to hit winners but instead to wait for their opponent to lose points throughunforced errors.They are gifted with good stamina and can run many shots down; they are quick and usually havedependable ground-strokes and passing shots. They are patient and perseverant, calm and focused andthey base their game on consistency and placement.Playing at the net is usually a pushers weakness. Often, they move back away from the net as soon asthey get there. Pushers dont finish the points; they wait for their opponents to lose the points.It is very hard to outplay this type of player because every ball you hit usually comes back. It does notcome back hard… it just comes back. Whenever you think you got him and you are about to finish thepoint, you find yourself getting back in the battle again.Tactics to beat the Defensive Baseline Player ( Pusher)  Since coming up to the net is his weakness… then bring him up to the net! Use drop shots often then lob him or hit aggressively to his feet if he tries to recover to the baseline.  The pushers are very comfortable in moving side to side along the baseline, so get him out of his 3 comfort zone by making him move forth and back: drop shots and moon balls. Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  4. 4.  Move the ball at short angles side to side to have him chase it down and open the court on his side. Look more for opening the court and tiring him out then trying to finish the point when you get a shorter ball and an opening. Once you move him off the court with an angled shot dont give him time to recover - step inside the baseline and take the ball early. Dont over hit the ball when trying to finish the point; hit it just hard enough so you can control the placement of it.  Going for winners might be a frustrating task for you because you will find most of your best shots returned with very little effort. So save your energy and do not over hit.  If you feel comfortable at the net, move up any time you can. Attack with a low slice or whenever you can make him reach for the ball. Those are times when he will not be likely to pass you easily. In fact, attacking the net against the pusher, could be one of the best tactics if you feel comfortable playing there. Once at the net, you can put the ball away easier either with aggressive volleys, drop shots or overheads. Get this great free eBook from Hell likely lob you most of the time if you attack the net, so prepare to put the overheads away. Hit your volleys at short angles or drop them short to bring the pusher closer to the net or make him reach forward.  Mentally, go into this kind of battle being patient and ready to have a possibly very long match. webtennis24.com Even though you might think that the pushers style of play is below yours (underestimating him), Id suggest that you change your mind. Take it as a great challenge that you will find very satisfying to overcome. They present, in fact, very serious competition to any player. They might not be technically great but their perseverance and athleticism will compensate by proving them very worthy opponents.I like to welcome playing pushers in practice because they help me become a more patient andconsistent player and they improve the mental side of my tennis personality too. 4 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  5. 5. 2. The Offensive Baseline Player (OBP)This type of tennis personality relies on power to win the points through clean winners and force hisopponent into making errors.He is not only aggressive but fairly consistent with his powerful ground-strokes. He usually has a strongweapon (e.g. forehand) that he dictates points with.Some of the OBPs possess both sides, forehand and backhand, at a level that is not only consistent butpowerful too.The OBPs mostly have only one game plan: consistent and aggressive attack. If they have a good day,they present big trouble for the opponents. But when they are a little off, the errors can ruin theirchances. Even when on the defensive, these players prefer to go for risky, low percentage shots.This type of play requires a lot of energy and high tolerance to making errors. Players adopting a very Get this great free eBook fromaggressive style must acknowledge that they might be missing a lot of shots in their attempt to hit cleanwinners.Mentally, the offensive baseline players possess courage, decisiveness, impatience, and a deepacceptance of the possibility of making more errors compared to other players. webtennis24.comTactics to beat the Offensive Baseline Player (OBP)  When serving against the OBP, be prepare for your second serve to be attacked right away. Hit the ball low with aggressive slice to prevent him from taking advantage of it. Also the aggressive, low over the net topspin second serves can be efficient if placed to his weak side or into the body. Hell look for opportunities to run around his weak wing (e.g. backhand) and attack the ball with his weapon (e.g. forehand).  When returning against him, find ways to make him move to the ball: short and angled returns or slice deep to keep the balls low. When hitting balls on the run, his balance affects his body and ball control preventing him from being such a big threat.  During the rally phase, keep the balls deep and at medium pace - the OBP loves the pace; so give him more slice shots that he has to get low for, hit up and deal with a lower speed of the ball. 5 Mix the power and depth to keep them guessing. Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  6. 6.  The aggressive players like rhythm, they prefer the ball at a certain height and pace. So varying your shots depth, height and spin can work great against them.  Exploit their weakness: Since the aggressive baseline players hide/protect their weak wing very well, it is hard to attack that side. Sometimes you will have to hit a couple of shots to their strong side to open up the court on the weak side. E.g. hit a couple of balls to their forehand then attack the backhand right away.  Bring them up to the net: You can do that either on the return of serve or during the rally using drop shots. The OBP is not very comfortable playing up at the net so once you bring him there, dont try to pass him by over hitting - just give him low, medium pace shots at his feet preferably cross-court so that you have a better chance to attack right after. Get this great free eBook from  Mentally, go into a match against the OBP prepared to defend a lot. You will constantly be challenged physically (quickness, reaction, ball control). Therefore try not to match his power by hitting harder or at least that hard. After all, the OBP likes pace - so avoid matching him at this game. Instead try to outsmart him: stay with what you do best. webtennis24.comKeep staying positive even when things dont go your way. They are not going to keep the pace at a highintensity all the time because of the risky nature of their style. Stay calm and wait for your opportunity.The opportunity can be either your opponent losing some of his intensity, mental composure orwhenever you can take advantage of his weak side (net game, backhand or whatever you can detect asweakness in his game). 6 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  7. 7. 3. The All-Court Player (ACP)The all-court player is able to win from any position on the court: at the net, from the baseline oranywhere in between. He is able to adapt to any style of play according to his opponents skills andtactics.He has good dependable strokes and can attack or defend from any position.The ACP is a confident tennis personality having the peace of mind that he can rely on his strokes fromany situation that he might encounter.He is mentally confident and possesses the right balance of aggressiveness and patience which allowshim to attack or defend with few unforced errors.His only big weakness, typically, is that he does not have a clear weapon. Compared to the aggressivebaseline player who likes to build his tactics around his strength (forehand), the all-court player is Get this great free eBook fromcomfortable with both sides and can control the point with less effort from either side.Tactics to beat the All-Court Player (ACP) webtennis24.comThe ACPs can be masters of tactics considering they can use the whole court to their advantage.Therefore one of the main tactics against them is to keep them on the run. It can be hard for you to dothat all the time but if you manage to change the pace, spin and depth of your shots, you will get theACP out of his comfort zone.  When serving, prepare to hit a good percentage of first serves in to avoid their attack. If you have to hit second serves, use the ones that prevent the player from attacking you: slice low, topspin into the body or to the weaker side, and deep into the service court.  When returning their serve, be aggressive on the second serve. Take charge of the point by hitting the ball early and angle it to make the opponent hit on the run. The all-court players like to move the ball around inside the lines and make you run; eventually they create a nice opening for their winning shot. So you will be chasing the ball a little until you find ways to avoid it.  Prepare for a long and tactically challenging match. They are like chess players where they can 7 figure you out and exploit your weaknesses. Expect to adjust and come up with creative ideas to Page keep the ACP from controlling the points. Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  8. 8.  The overall mentality with which you should approach this match is to be patient first (it can be a long tactical challenge for you), consistent with your confidence (dont give up if you find yourself frustrated with his clever attacks) and willing to believe that momentum can turn either way (hoping that at some point his strokes might fail him and you can begin playing better).Some of the ways to prevent your opponent (ACP) from taking charge of the point are: - hitting more cross-court, - mix up the shots spin, height over the net and placement, - court position variety: alternate between staying back and moving up to the net.And, after all this, you should know that even though the ACP seems to own all the shots, there areactually some that are not that strong. Figure out which ones they are and use them to your advantage. Get this great free eBook from 4. The Serve-and-Volley Player (SVP)This type of tennis player is aggressive and prefers to finish the point as quickly as he can. Therefore webtennis24.comthey find any opportunity to attack at the net and thus put pressure on their opponent by taking timeaway from them.At the net, they can use their quick reflexes and excellent control on volleys and overheads to finish thepoint. They are not afraid to hit overheads - in fact, they have no weakness on overheads; they welcomethem and finish the point with good power and placement.The SVPs are aggressive, impatient and they possess a high tolerance for errors.They find it boring staying back at the baseline and indulging in long rallies.The serve is the shot they use perfectly to set-up their aggressive attack. They are great at spinning itand making it hard to return.Once they get up to the net, the serve-and-volley players possess good court coverage, know exactlywhere to position themselves for the next shot, their volleys are very dependable as far as control andplacement and they love to hit overheads. 8 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  9. 9. Tactics to beat the Serve-and-Volley Player (SVP)You know hell try to come up to the net on every ball… So prepare to shorten your backswing onground-strokes and meet the ball more in front of you.The time to get ready for the next shot is reduced considerably by having the SVP closer to the net.  Serve deep to keep the SVP from attacking; especially on the first serve. By hitting more first serves in, you will keep your opponent back. Prepare to have your second serve attacked. Hell love to take it on the rise and place it to your weak side with, probably, a slice ground-stroke. To avoid an attack, hit the second serves with slice (makes the ball stay low), or a topspin into Get this great free eBook from the body. Either way, the placement of your serves must be deep. If he attacks you with a slice and moves up to the net, try to hit slice right back at him. Hopefully hell have a hard time blocking your spin shot back and you will get a short slow ball in return. If his slice bounces a little higher (2-3 feet at least off the ground) you can try an aggressive topspin drive down at his feet. That will make him hit up setting you up for attack. webtennis24.com  When you return his serve, keep it low, aiming at the service line. In this way, as he moves up behind his serve, hell find the ball at his feet. Once he pops the ball up, attack it. Since they prefer to move side to side and angle their volleys, give him the opposite - hit right at him. Try to pressure his serve delivery by moving your position (side to side, back or forth) making him feel nervous about your intentions.  To keep the SVP deep, close to the baseline, hit the balls aggressively and landing far beyond the service line during the rally; avoid hitting passively and just getting the ball in - you need to put a little pace on your shots so that he cannot attack them. Soon hell lose patience and start making errors because the serve-and-volley player does not like staying back.  Once he is at the net, look for a weakness. It could be his forehand is weaker than his backhand. 9 Use this piece of information when you are defending - defend toward his weak side. Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  10. 10.  Lob him. See if he responds well to it. Disguise your delivery as much as you can. Aim deep and preferably to his backhand. As you know, the backhand overhead is one of the weakest shots; that makes it the best choice to place your lob. Also, you can lob cross-court since you have more court to pass the ball over his head.  Heres a surprise tactic: move up to the net following your serve or attacking his short ball - the SVPs are not too good at passing shots.  Mentally, since they prefer quick action and to pressure you, try to give them the opposite: make the points long and boring. Be alert and ready to react quickly if they manage to come up. Dont try to put the balls away on the first shot; hit the first one back to him. Sometimes it is enough to just make him volley (hit it back at him) until you find yourself in a better position to go for a winner (shorter ball or when the SVP is a little stretched out). Get this great free eBook fromBe alert and patient. 5. The Left-Handed Player (the Lefty) webtennis24.comWe have included the left-handed player as a special type of player because of the followings:  they are rare - roughly 10% of the population is left-handed,  the ball spins the opposite way than one hit by a right-handed player, so it will take a little time to adjust,  their famous slice serves curve more toward the left especially when delivered from the ad court,  their weak side, the backhand (or not), is on the opposite side than what players are normally used to.When being attacked by a lefty on your weak side (backhand), sending the ball cross-court to defend(like you should do most of the time) meets his strong side (forehand).Defining a left-handed players weak side is a tough task. He definitely has a strong forehand and wickedspin that he puts on the ball but you should consider that, since his past right-handed opponents haveattacked the leftys backhand by going cross-court, the leftys backhand is likely to be at least as strong 10as his forehand. It is very often that you see a left-handed player who literally has no weakness from the Pagebaseline. Not only that… his serve is one area that really must be provided particular attention to. Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  11. 11. The infamous leftys slice serve can be very damaging not only because it can push the opponent off thecourt on the ad side but it goes to a right-handed players weak side (backhand).From my experience playing lefties, I have always admired their great "touch" on the ball. They aremasters at angling the balls in the opposite court, at drop shots and slices. They can make youuncomfortable and confused better than any other type of player.If you are an aggressive baseline player and prefer to run around your backhand and use your inside-outforehand to attack cross-court, you will find the ball going to your lefty opponents strong side(forehand). So youll have to change your placement - the inside-out should become inside-in, then runquickly to cover the open court to avoid the cross-court aggressive return. So basically, when playing theleft-handed player, you will have to re-think your whole strategy, which, lets face it... it is like learningnew strokes, putting you on the defensive by using a style of play that you are not familiar with.Tactics to beat the left-handed player (lefty) Get this great free eBook from  First of all you will have to recognize early in the game that you are playing a left-handed player. Funny as it sounds, often, players dont notice this until they realize that something is not right: they cannot control their shots, etc. After all, it is not too often players meet someone other than a right-handed player. So looking out for a lefty is not something that the players are primarily concerned with. webtennis24.com  Mentally, welcome the challenge and recognize that you will experiment with a new set of stroke tactics and youll have to deal with different kind of ball bounces (than you are used to) and spins coming from the other side of the net.  The lefty’s biggest weapon is the serve, especially from the ad side. It helps to position yourself a little to the left while waiting for his serve. By doing so, you will not only protect the backhand but you will invite the lefty to aim to the open court which means a serve toward your strong side (forehand).Left-handed players are famous for their wicked slice serve that curves a lot to the right-handed playersbackhand. To avoid being pulled off the court, step into the ball and take it early trying to cut the angleof it. Move perpendicular to the balls trajectory instead of wide (which can make you go too far off thecourt). 11Attack the serve aggressively to counter-act the spin. Aim more toward the center of the court until you Pageget to feel more comfortable with the spin and eventually start placing it accordingly. Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  12. 12. Same tactics that you use against a right-handed player apply when playing a lefty; just reverse theplacement:  return deep and toward the middle on the first serve,  see if you can attack the second serve by setting yourself up with your strong side,  hit it to his weakness (which you should figure out during the match by observing his tendencies),  vary your placement, spin and height over the net,  experiment with your return and see what works for you.  when serving, apply the same tactics as you do against a right-handed player with respect to the fact that everything is like playing with a mirror: whichever side your forehand is, thats where his forehand is too.One of your advantages when serving is the deuce side delivery - using the slice serve against the leftynot only sends the ball to his backhand but you can pull him off the court. So basically you do to himfrom the deuce side what he can do with his serve from the ad side… Get this great free eBook fromUse the slice low or kick into the body as second serves. They work on right-handed players as well as onthe left-handed ones.  During the rally exchange prepare to hit a lot of backhands. Since you are used to attacking the opposing players backhands that means you will be tempted to hit to the leftys forehand a lot. They will love to return it back aggressively to your backhand (and add on top of that a spin that webtennis24.com is somehow new to you - "the leftys spin").Having said that, if you want and welcome challenges, seek out left-handed players to compete againstand practice with. It would be a great idea to improve mentally and tactically by welcoming left-handedplayers in your practices. 12 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  13. 13. HOW TO WIN IN DOUBLES USING THEONE-UP-ONE-BACK FORMATIONIntro to the One-Up-One-Back Formation (OUOB)This is the favorite arrangement used by beginning and most intermediatedoubles players.In this formation, one of the players chooses to stay back (at the baseline) andhis partner plays at the net (see the attached graphic).It is not recommended but in certain circumstances it would be a smarterchoice if, for example, the net skills (volleys, overheads, quick hands etc.) arenot at a sufficiently comfortable level. Obviously, the players should beencouraged to work and improve their net game since that is the easiest wayto be successful in doubles.But if you do prefer the One-Up-One-Back (OUOB) formation, here are sometips to be successful playing this way: 1. The net player should try to poach on every shot possible coming from his opponentsYou might think this would be too exhausting, but think about how long a tennis point lasts… You see,you can be active for such a short time.Often we see the net players acting as spectators watching the baseline players exchanging cross-courtrallies. Instead, they should put pressure on the opposing baseline player by getting closer to the netand center in order to close the angles of the return.If the ball passes the net player he should back up to open the court for his baseline partner to play hisshot. 13 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  14. 14. So the net players first job is to close the angles of the opposing baseline player by moving closer to thenet and center; second, to poach whenever he can; and third to move back and a little to the side toopen up the court for his baseline partner when this one has the ball.As you can see, the net player should be constantly moving during the point: back and forth and side toside. It only takes a few seconds while the point lasts; no excuses… :) 2. The baseline player should cover any shot that the net player cannot interceptHis main job is to keep the ball away from the opposing net player. If he happens to hit the ball towardsthe opposing net player, it is his responsibility to get to the next shot which will most likely be sentbetween him and his net partner or toward the net partner. Get this great free eBook from 3. Covering the LobFirst of all, every net player should try to retrieve their own lob. But if thelob is successful (clears the net player), then it will be the baseline playersjob (if he is in position) to retrieve it. webtennis24.comImportant!What should the net player do if the ball goes over his head and on his sideof the court? Answer: As the baseline player is moving to return the lob,the net player should switch sides and move back joining his partner on thebaseline. Why? Well, think about it… Most of the time when the baselineplayer returns a lob, he chooses to lob it back. And as we have seen,sometimes the return lob is a short one… that puts the opposing net playerin a perfect position to "whack" the ball right at the closest opponent. Thatmakes net players moving back a perfect solution. 4. ServingShould be done down-the-T most of the time since this puts the net player in a perfect position topoach. (see Court Coverage - doubles) 14 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  15. 15. 5. The return of serveThe receivers partner should stay on the service line and only move up after the return has been madesafely away from the opposing net player. In this way, the receivers partner will be in a better positionjust in case the servers partner poaches (it closes the gap between him and receiver giving him moretime to react to the incoming ball).Weaknesses of the One-Up-One-Back formationSince this formation is the most vulnerable one due to the big gap between players, the tactics are quitesimple...One-Up-One-Back vs. One-Up-One-Back Get this great free eBook fromIf you play in the OUOB formation against another team who preferssame arrangement, here are some guidelines to follow:  baseline player should try to keep the ball away from the opposing net player: sharp cross-court ground-strokes, lobs; (see Playing from the Baseline) webtennis24.com  net player is the key to winning points by being very active in poaching or trying to poach anything that comes from the opposing baseline player. He should make sure to stay out of his baseline partners way enabling him to hit cross-court shots away from the opposing net player. (see Playing at the Net)  first serves should be sent down-the-T or into-the-body as much as possible to give the net partner the opportunity to poach (see Court Coverage - doubles). The serves should be either hard-flat or hard-slice curving into the body. Those result in slow/floating returns which are ideal for put-away by the net player.  second serves should be hit with lots of spin or toward the returners weak wing.  net players volleys should go frequently to either the opposing net player or in between the two players. 15 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  16. 16. One-Up-One-Back vs. Both-UpThe BU team is a dangerous one. Assuming that they are good volleyers andattacking the single opposing net player, the only options to keep them outof their comfort zone would be:  play down the middle (between the two players),  lob them deep,  execute low, dinky, topspin shots that land at their feet.Make them hit up (by hitting low to their feet) or move them back (bylobbing them) then the net player should look to take advantage of theeventual defending lobs / sitters (high floating balls) from the BU (in thissituation defending) team. Get this great free eBook fromONE-UP-ONE-BACK vs. BOTH-BACKBoth-Back formation is obviously used by the team that does not like to be webtennis24.comat the net so one of the tactics would be to bring them there.Go for drop shots, wide angle volleys from the net player, or even better:slice ground-strokes from the baseline player. Slice ground-strokes makeopposing players hit the ball up, floating, at slower pace that gives the netplayer plenty of time to attack and put the balls away with angled volleys.If you manage to bring them to the net, try to keep them there longer. Theywill attempt to get out of that position, since this is not their comfort zone.The overhead is the stroke they hate to hit, so a good tactic would be tobring them up to the net with a drop shot then lob them.Since they leave a lot of opening at the service court area, angle yourground-strokes short toward the side fence. 16 Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com
  17. 17. About the AuthorWebTennis24.com has been created by Cosmin Miholca, a certified tennis professional and respectedtennis coach.His goal is to provide quality tennis information for whoever is looking to take their tennis skills to ahigher level. Cosmin has always found satisfaction in sharing his knowledge with everyone who waswilling to learn.After competing and playing tennis for over 25 years, Cosmin has decided to help others see thiswonderful sport through his eyes.He has been teaching tennis, full time, for more than 8 years and lives in Southern California togetherwith his wife and his two little girls.As a result of his passion for the game and willingness to offer his students an enjoyable way to learntennis, Cosmin also founded  WebTennisDrills.com  WebTennisAids.com  WebTennisBest.comIf you have questions or feedback, do not hesitate to visit our site WebTennis24.com and write us atcontact@webtennis24.com Copyright © 2011 by WebTennis24.com All rights reserved. No part of this document may be distributed, reproduced or posted without the express written permission of the author. 17 For more information, please contact us at contact@webtennis24.com Page Become a winner with WebTennis24.com

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