You’ve probably tried learning how to play tennis on your own and perhaps even with a tennis coach, but you most likely realized that unless you’re given simple and effective instructions, the game of tennis quickly becomes very difficult and confusing to learn.
If you learn incorrect tennis technique at the beginning, it may haunt you forever, as your body will store the movements in its muscle memory and it will be extremely difficult and frustrating to learn new stroke technique.
Don’t let this happen to you.
My name is Tomaz Mencinger, and I am from Slovenia, a small country in the middle of Europe which constantly produces players in the top 100 on the ATP and WTA tours.
That’s me on the right at the Umag ATP tournament in Croatia – another European country producing players ranked in the top 100.
I’ve been teaching tennis beginners and advanced players for over 18 years now and have combined the European teaching system with my own experience to perfect the step-by-step “Tennis for Beginners” method.
While it’s true that a beginner who is learning how to play tennis for the first time needs to learn proper tennis technique, the fact is that the main reason for mistakes at the beginning is not technique.
It’s the skills that no other “How to Play Tennis” course out there addresses.
Tennis beginners really struggle with ball judgment, moving to the ball early enough, knowing how to hit slowly and smoothly to control the ball, and many other reasons which are all addressed in this video course.
This Tennis for Beginners video guide allows you to learn all major tennis strokes in a step-by-step format with additional videos that help you overcome the most common challenges all tennis beginners face.
You can watch all videos online and/or download them in MP4 format compatible with Windows, Mac OS, iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
You’ll learn the technique of all basic tennis strokes:
Here’s what’s included:
So don’t make the same mistake. Learn how to play a tennis overhead with correct technique and consistency now.
To speed your learning so you enjoy the game much sooner than beginners usually do, you will receive this bonus videos package with any order of tennis beginner videos.
Thank you very much for producing and making available your excellent instructional videos aimed at the tennis beginner.
I have thoroughly enjoyed watching them and using the methods described in the videos to assist my son and daughter in improving their skills. The videos are excellent tools and your step by step methodology is proving to be very effective.
Your video on finding the optimal contact point was particularly helpful in establishing ideal footwork. The serve videos have helped my daughter to serve like an expert, according to her tennis coach. In just one month both my son and daughter’s game has progressed remarkably well.
I would highly recommend your product to individuals who are new to this wonderful game as well as those wishing to brush up on their skills.
Thank you once again.
Tennis is a very complex sport that requires specific skills which are not visible to the naked eye – yet, they are the key to smooth, rhythmic strokes that control the ball effortlessly.
What sets this “Tennis for Beginners” video course apart from other instructional courses is the bonus section that addresses the most common and frustrating challenges tennis beginners face when they start learning new strokes and attempt to play tennis.
That’s 49 videos with a total playing time of more than 90 minutes.
Here’s a sneak peak into the member’s area:
You’ll be able to watch videos online (on a secure page) or download them which will take you just a couple of minutes on a fast DSL or cable connection. All videos are compatible with Iphone, Ipad and Android smartphone and tablets.
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I’m 51 year old and I started learning how to play tennis during last December, motivated by my 13-year-old son, who has also been learning tennis since six months ago.
Since I bought your videos, I have tried to put in practice all your teachings and I have really improved in a short time. Actually, I went playing with a friend of mine and he was surprised of my improvement.
All your tips and lessons are easy to understand and very practical and I would like to recommend your course to anyone interested in learning this beautiful sport.
Now, when I go to the tennis court I review the videos the night before and I feel more confident. Thanks for your patience in teaching.
He has a in-depth knowledge of tennis technique and makes watching the videos fun and easy.
Each video builds from the basics to the complete shot and also includes lots of exercises / drills.
He passes on some game tips as well which are great. Big advantage of this is being able to replay over and over until you get it and all for the price of one or two 30 minute lessons which are soon forgotten.
I consider myself an intermediate player and would have no hesitation in recommending these videos – great value indeed.
Tom Curley, Ireland
Here is my first small success story:
1 hour of hour of watching and memorizing the serve lesson and 1 hour of on-court practice – that’s what it took today to go from absolute confusion in performing a serve to clear understanding of serve and being able to serve properly.
The force is not there yet, but I hit the service box, tennis ball fly over the net, not in the net as before, and the most important thing – I enjoy the movement and feel no stress in my body.
This is only my second season in active tennis, but I already have spent hours with trainers and on the internet looking for understanding how to do the serve correctly.
And only with your course I finally got it – both understanding and the feeling. Nobody was able to explain and teach pronation element in the other courses.
Your progression system is excellent. I found for myself if I make a mistake in a certain movement, I just rewind your progression one or two steps back and then I easily correct it.
I am sorry, I found your lessons too late for the season. Today is my semi-final match in my division.
But I am sure I will use your serve lessons in today’s game and I am sure it will work. Looking forward to using your lessons in the other parts of the game.
I knew I needed professional help and found BeginnerTennis.net. I have to say this is a very useful and instructive guide to tennis beginners.
Tomaz has done an excellent job of focusing on the basics. I bought the entire series as it was so reasonably priced and have been using it for a few months now.
My game is now much more consistent. I can play entire sets without committing a double fault, a rarity for me before. I can hit fast topspinning forehands probably 50% of the times.
My netgame and overhead volleying has also improved. I am still working on my backhand, but all in all I am very satisfied.
I would highly recommend this tennis guide to all beginners and even intermediate players serious about learning tennis the way it should be played.
Haamid Siddique, MD
Coon Rapids, MN, USA