Looking to give tennis a try? Already an ace at tennis and looking to sign up for your first competition? At Topspin Tennis, we provide tennis coaching for kids and adults of all skill levels. Situated at Hillcrest Tennis Club in Mayfield on 14A Usk Street, Topspin Tennis provides individual and group training sessions with players, going over technique, footwork and more – all to refine your skills and be a better tennis player. Whether you’re a beginner looking to master the basics or an advanced player with ambitions of going pro, our tennis coaches are here to provide all the guidance you need.
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Whether you’ve never picked up a racquet before or hit 200km serves, at Topspin Tennis, we are here to improve your game. Our coaches provide one-on-one and group training sessions for all ages and skill levels, giving you an opportunity to refine your skills and have a lot of fun in a safe and welcoming environment. Need some new equipment or clothing? Visit our Pro Shop for a range of high-quality products, as well as in-depth advice from a skilled team. Is your racquet due for restringing? Our team is here to get your tennis racquet ready for the big due.
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A strung-too-loosely tennis racket will produce less power, as the strings are farther apart due to less tension. If your shots feel like they lack force or tend to go out or if the strings keep slipping out of position, you may need to tighten up the strings on your racquet. If you are unsure about the tension in your racquet strings, take it into a tennis shop or ask your coach to restring it.
Professional tennis players wear sweatbands to absorb sweat and keep it from dripping into their eyes. Tennis is a sport that requires high levels of concentration and focus, particularly in the later stages of a match when every rally counts. Sweatbands can also help prevent injuries such as tennis elbow caused by repetitive movement and overuse. To get your hands on a set of sweat bands, visit your local tennis shop.
In most tennis matches, the winner of a set is the first player (or team) to reach six or more games with a margin of two or more games. However, if the score reaches six-all (10-10 in doubles play) then a tiebreak game will be played and whoever is ahead at the end of that game is the winner. In a match consisting of five sets, the winner is the first player (or team) to win three sets.