NOTICE: We Want To Hear From You
Greetings Tennisw Members ~
John & I have recently had numerous discussions regarding how much Tennisw is beginning to show positive signs of being the Community we were hoping for. For anyone who is familiar with Message Forums, the members are the main focal point of any successful community.
The Administrator creates the forum and appoints committed members like myself to assist in basic operations as Moderators, if not for anything else but an occasional day off to be with his family. I happen to know our Admin, is somewhat nerdy in constantly programming & designing new and improved features, which brings me to what we would like from you.
In order for Tennisw.com to become the Community we strive for, we would like for our members to tell us what you would like to see here at Tennisw.
If there are any features you feel would lend to our overall theme and create a level of interest and increased participation, this is the place to post your thoughts.
However if you would prefer to remain anonymous, you may send a Private Message to John, Coach or any of the current Moderators with your idea(s).
It is important to understand that Tennisw belongs to you in the sense that forums are only as vibrant as the members that make it that way. John can build an incredible place to hang out but without active members, it's just another collections of webpages. In as much as we are committed to helping John out, he is still second to you. So what would you like to have on Tennisw.com ?
What to ask for? Is it Christmass Yet ?
I have been playing for 30 yr and have for the last few years started to look at string and what racquets are best for what style of play you have.
For example i am an advanced player but use a game improvment racquet because i am 60 and have moved to compact strokes for better timing. I still hit out on the ball and these racquets give me the power on short strokes.
I guess i see a lot of people using player type racquets with out the swing speed or timing for this type of racquets. It just seems people get trapped by the hype and i would like to see more education on racquets and string brought up.
I have taken a lot of lessons over the years and find they help also. I picked up a tip from Tennis Angels post on a kick serve (turning your wrist toward your righ ear) (if you are right handed) It really works!! I know it sounds simple but in all my lessons no one else ever told me that. That came from Oscar Wegners dvds i understand. I have his tennis teacher program and, like his stuff.So Oscar if you read this post i have just ordered your dvds and look foward to receiving them.By the way thans for answering my question on those DOUBLE HANDLED RACQUETS on Christmass day. Great SERVICE!!
So i guess looking at tips in this forum for better play would be great.