Many times players, ranging from the novice to the 5.0 NTRP level, recognize their errors are usually not the result of their racquet work but they do not have a clear 'movement pool', (footwork) of information to draw from like a dancer that is attempting a very specific piece of movement. Question such as which foot moves first, where should my weight be for that ball: is it open or closed stance, well, its anyone guest. Well now for the first time you will have an opportunity to address The Movement In Tennis apart from everything else.
This site is not intended to be a kinesisology textbook but a platform for those who long sense believe that there is more than one kind of error in tennis. For those that have experiences the "cookie cutter systems" who are seeking something more substantial try our tried and true method / tool / of Cross training, this site is for you. We will be speaking from a Dance Perspective which embraces a standard code / Dance Disciplina (aplomb): carriage, couinterpoise,bearing, flow and tempo as well as speed, agility and deportment , new movement vocabulary that is necessary for developing The Art of Moving, for you, and The Movement in Tennis.
The movement in tennis is the foundation on which racquet work rests, however, both are inextricably interwoven together and in real time are never separated.