Tennis FAQs

[Experimental page to serve as alternate guide for Forehand.TV, as I'm hitting limits in terms of organizing my content on Blogger.]


What does the world of tennis racquets look like?

What racquets do professional tennis players use?

How do I find the right tennis racquet?

Do I need the latest tennis racquet?

Should I get a light or heavy tennis racquets, and is that even the right way to think about it?

Why do "the same" racquets feel and play different?

How do I measure my tennis racquets?

How can I customize my tennis racquet?

How do different components affect my racquet's weight, balance, and swing weight?

How do I get my tennis racquets matched, in terms of weight, balance, and swingweight?

How do I replace the grommets on my tennis racquet?

What are some racquets you like / you can generally recommend?

What racquets have you tested / demoed to date, and what are your thoughts?


What does the tennis string market look like? How do strings compare?

What are some of the best tennis strings?


What electronic stringing machine should I buy?

What crank stringing machine should I buy?

Can I see a list of your string jobs, along with your thoughts?


What tennis balls are good buys?

What tennis balls work well in ball machines?


How do I hit or improve my forehand?

How do I hit or improve my backhand?

How do I hit or improve my serve?

Can you show me some fun / trick shots?

Where should I hold / grip my racquet?


How do I prepare for a match? How do I recap?

What (tennis) gear do I bring to a match?

What mindset should I bring to a match or tournament?


How do I practice effectively?

How do I practice / prepare my game for the long run?

Warm-up and recovery

How do I warm up for tennis? How do I cool down?

How do I recover? How do I loosen up tight muscles?

Strategy / patterns

Where can I learn about serve & volley?

Fun / inspirations

Can I see some fun points?


How do I adjust to different surfaces?

Seeing well - how is playing with glasses? Shall I play with glasses or contact lenses?

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