IronOaks Tennis Tips from Coach Kwong

Tennis Tip 2: This picture displays good form and weight transfer, timing and balance, and overall good fundamentals. Try to work on this by having a reliable weekly practice partner (ball machine) to improve your skill development.

Tennis Tip 2: This picture displays good form and weight transfer, timing and balance, and overall good fundamentals. Try to work on this by having a reliable weekly practice partner (ball machine) to improve your skill development.

Tennis Tip 1, bad form: When playing the net, one must be very ready for a fast ball delivered to them, so they must respond more quickly, as opposed to standing back further near the baseline. When a player happens to be late, then the outcome will display this picture, and this will result in bad timing, loss of control, not stepping into the shot, and an uncomfortable "scrunch" display.

Tennis Tip 1, bad form: When playing the net, one must be very ready for a fast ball delivered to them, so they must respond more quickly, as opposed to standing back further near the baseline. When a player happens to be late, then the outcome will display this picture, and this will result in bad timing, loss of control, not stepping into the shot, and an uncomfortable “scrunch” display.

Coach Kwong

December Events:

• Ball Machine Class—Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and 9 to 10:30 a.m. The fee is only $20 for Tennis Club members and $30 for non-members.

• Sunday Social every Sunday from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Play three quick rounds with other tennis lovers and pick up some new skills. Only $5 to participate.

RSVP to Coach Kwong at 480-759-2248 or [email protected]