Dominating the tiebreak
Jimmy Connors, Wimbledon, 1978. GETTY IMAGES
31 March, 2014

The tiebreak, the most pressure-filled moment of any match, is when you most need to hold your nerve explains DAVID COX.
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Small changes for a big difference
Storm Sanders, Australian Open, Melbourne, 2014. GETTY IMAGES
17 March, 2014

Some of Australia’s most credentialed coaches share some small tips that could make a big difference to your game.
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Raw emotion
John McEnroe, Wimbledon, 1992. GETTY IMAGES
7 March, 2014

Passion is said to be a critical element to tennis success but too much of it can also work against you. DAVID COX explores how players can 
use high emotion to their advantage.
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Many happy returns
Andy Murray, Australian Open, 2014. GETTY IMAGES
17 January, 2014

Good returning is crucial in doubles play, get it right and you will be well on your way to victory writes doubles champion Todd Woodbridge.
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Guccione’s three tips for a powerful serve
Chris Guccione during his doubles first round match with Samuel Groth at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships in London, England; Getty Images
7 August, 2013

One of the most effective and dominant servers on the ATP Tour, Chris Guccione gives you his three most valuable tips for maximising power on your serve.
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How to play like you train
Roger Federer; Getty Images
13 July, 2013

Players saying “if I could only play like I train” is very common for a sport psychologist to hear. Here's how you can adapt your level in training to the match court.
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Learn to play the big points best
Novak Djokovic in action during the 2013 French Open at Roland Garros in Paris, France; Getty Images
11 July, 2013

Often the only thing which separates evenly-matched opponents is how well they play on important points. Play these better, and you'll most likely win.
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How to cope with cramp
David Ferrer collapses with cramp on the way to a three-set defeat at the hands of Andy Murray during the Sony Open final in Key Biscayne, Florida; Getty Images
9 July, 2013

Cramping is a common problem for players at every level - find out what causes it, and what you can do to treat and even prevent it.
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How to visualise your victory
Maria Sharapova is notable for her visualisation ritual, narrow focus and employment of positive triggers in between points when competing; Getty Images
6 July, 2013

Visualising exactly how you want to play a shot or see a match unfold instils belief, reduces anxiety and focuses concentration, aiding your on-court performance.
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Cool-down techniques for tennis
Anne Keothavong of Great Britain stretches during the Argentina and Great Britain Fed Cup tie in April 2013; Getty Images
4 July, 2013

Cooling down lowers the heart rate as well as reducing muscle soreness and tightness, removing waste products from muscles and preventing blood pooling.
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