I’ve been working on a new way to help players find the proper racquet setup. It’s an online course called The Road to the Right Racquet.
Finding the correct racquet setup is not easy. It’s important to play with whatever works for you, which is a highly personal thing, but there are also some fundamentals and guidelines that can help you achieve more on the tennis court. Over the years, I have received thousands of questions about racquets and strings on my YouTube channel, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, email, and of course, via this website. This avalanche of questions, alongside my consultations and all the testing of racquets and strings I do each year, has made me think of the best possible way to help tennis players of all levels find “home” when it comes to equipment. It’s my wish that The Road to the Right Racquet can be that guide.
The course includes 35 videos (more to come) and a 66-page e-book. It deals with everything from the fundamentals of racquets and strings to problem-solving and ends with my recommendations per player category. I have worked hard to add as much value as possible. But I will also keep finetuning and adding content continuously to ensure the course is fresh and engaging.
Get 50% off
The standard price for this course is €99. But as an introductory offer for the first week, I am selling it for €49. Don’t miss the chance to get it at half price.
All you need to do is to use this link.
This includes the following:
- 35 videos teaching you about racquets and strings
- How to avoid common mistakes
- Solving typical problems
- My recommendations for each category of player
- A 66-page downloadable e-book
Each lesson will allow you to ask questions in the comments field. I aim to answer every one of those questions. And any feedback will be used to improve the content and add new videos and texts.
What are you wondering about racquets and strings? Is there anything you would like me to answer in the future?
To you who purchase and support, thanks a lot! I hope you get something out of it.