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How I Learned to Love Tennis in 16 Weeks

Have you ever wanted to learn a new sport but felt too intimidated or clueless? That was me before I signed up for a tennis course that changed my life.

In this blog, I will share with you how I went from being a complete beginner to a confident player in 16 weeks. Here are the main things I learned from my tennis course:

How to master the basic strokes and techniques One of the most challenging things I learned was how to serve. It took me several weeks to get the hang of it, but with the help of my coach and extra practises. Another thing I learned was how to play different strokes such as forehand, backhand, volley, and smash. My coach taught me how to position myself, grip the racket, swing the arm, and hit the ball. He also gave me feedback and tips on how to improve my accuracy, power, and consistency. I practiced these strokes every week with my classmates, who were also beginners like me. We encouraged each other and cheered each other on. We also played some friendly matches and mini-games to test our skills and have fun.

How to improve my fitness and agility Another benefit of learning tennis was that it improved my fitness and agility. Tennis is a great sport for burning calories, strengthening muscles, and enhancing coordination. It also challenges your mental skills such as concentration, strategy, and resilience.

I noticed that after 16 weeks of playing tennis, I felt more energetic, flexible, and agile. I could run faster, jump higher, and move better on the court. I also felt more alert, focused, and confident in myself.

I want to be clear on this blog: My goal was not to lose weight or change my appearance. I am happy and confident with the way I am. I just wanted to have a social activity that would keep me healthy and active.

The best part of learning tennis was that it was fun and social. I had some good classmates who shared my passion for tennis and helped me keep joining a good lesson. We had a lot of laughs, jokes, and conversations on and off the court.


However, learning tennis was not always easy or smooth. During the 16 weeks of lessons, I had a couple of injuries that affected my performance and morale. I sprained my ankle, pulled my hamstring, and bruised my elbow. But I did not let these setbacks stop me from continuing with the course. With the right help of specialists, such as physiotherapists and doctors, I recovered quickly and safely. I also followed their advice on how to prevent further injuries, such as warming up properly, stretching regularly, and wearing appropriate gear. Despite some challenges on the way, I decided to keep playing tennis as a recreational activity that brings me joy and satisfaction.

Completing my first tennis course was one of the best decisions I ever made. It not only taught me a new skill, but also boosted my confidence, health, and happiness. I highly recommend anyone who wants to learn tennis to sign up for a course like mine . You won’t regret it! What are you waiting for? Grab your racket and join me on the court!




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