Winning with kids is dedicated to my coach Nech Demir and the water melon express.
Also special thanks to the many young hearts that have made this section possible. This picture and other footage was captured sometime around August 2008, at Fort Reno. "Don't use your conscious past. Use your creative imagination to create a past that belongs to your character. I don't want you to be stuck with your own life. It's too little." (another great quote from Stella Adler, thank you).
Warming up is an important part of every tennis game and should slowly elevate your heart rate. Since most of tennis is played on hard courts its advised to "start your engine" by gently moving your feet at moderate pace. This baseline drills demonstrates warm-up drills from the baseline.
Technically more advanced players may feel better prepared for match play if their agility is tested during warm-ups. As always, stretches are recommended before "show time".
On hot days it makes sense to wear white. There are other methods of staying cool but this is the most appropriate one for advancing tennis players. Sunglasses are optional.