The Point of the Game
A Proven Approach to Mastering Tennis Fundamentals
A proven step-by-step approach to developing solid technique for every stroke. On-demand video lessons that allow you to absorb and master each aspect at your own pace.
Learn every element of tennis technique – from forehand fundamentals and drills used in the USC tennis program, to the competition insights and psychological approach forged over a lifetime of record-breaking coaching.
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Experience a smarter way to learn and win more sets. Tennis video lessons designed to rapidly convert your knowledge into increased confidence, better form, and more enjoyment on the court.
the point of the game
A Proven Step-by-Step Approach to Mastering Every Stroke
“The Point of the Game” is an immersive approach to learning and coaching tennis technique. Gain unprecedented access to legendary two-time ITA National Coach of the Year, Peter Smith and his comprehensive coaching system. The methods shared within are the result of 28 years of coaching, 12 NCAA appearances, 5 NCAA championship crowns and over 600 career wins.
This training series is a close as you can get to a personal lesson with the head coach for USC, the team leading the nation in men’s tennis team titles. Experience world-class demonstrations featuring professional Steve Johnson and learn the techniques to rapidly improve your game.
In tennis you are playing yourself, trying to beat your own highest standard. When you reach that standard, that’s where joy is found. From the basics to pro training methods, this course will redefine your understanding of tennis and provide practical training sessions and drills that have been battle-tested and proven to win matches. Experience a smarter way to play tennis and discover deeper meaning in your game.
Duration: 2 hours 40 minutes
Peter Smith has a habit of breaking records. Known for his keen ability to connect players with deeper levels of the game, he is a legendary figure in the world of college tennis. At age 23, he became the youngest Division I men’s tennis coach in the country at Long Beach State. He then spent time at Fresno State and Pepperdine before taking the helm at USC in 2002. Since then, he’s molded the successful program into a record-smashing dynasty with his sage-like presence and personal style of play.
Easily one of the most successful coaches in NCAA tennis history, Peter’s team championships and coaching honors are evidence of his holistic approach to the game. During his 17 years at USC he has led the team to five NCAA championships and a coaching record of 359-97, leading the nation with 21 national men’s team tennis titles. He is a two-time ITA National Coach of the Year and a five-time PAC-12 Coach of the year.
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Master the fundamentals to realize your potential.
Great players are confident players and that starts with having trust in your technique. This course has been designed to give you confidence in every aspect of your game. You’ll learn the fundamentals of each stroke, broken down into easy-to-follow steps with slow motion visuals. You’ll also learn how to prevent bad habits and injuries with thorough demonstrations of common errors and how to avoid them.
Making great tennis technique stick.
Learn the drills used by the USC tennis program to develop technique and improve your game. Every technical chapter includes drills that are designed to put what you learn into action. Whether you are a coach looking to make your practices more productive or a player wanting to improve your game, the drills in this course will get you there.
Learn the lessons of a lifetime from a tennis player and coach who has been where you are.
Go deeper into the technique and develop a true understanding of how it all fits together. These lessons provide additional insight on the style and methodology taught throughout the course. They also cover often overlooked topics such as breaking bad habits, handling pressure, simplifying coaching cues and more.