I'd like to talk to you about the five tips to mastering the game of tennis.
The first and most important is consistency. If you don't get it in, you can't win. So consistency is number one, learn how to keep the ball in the court. Two, is technique. Do it right. If you have good technique you'll have better consistency. Number three, master depth.
What do I mean by that? I mean hit your ground strokes deep in the court, to the other baseline. Hit your serves deep in the box. Hit your volleys deep in the court. So depth is number three. Number four is placement. Depth is a form of placement but you don't want to hit your shot right up the middle of the court, you want to move your opponent around. So you want to hit deep to the corners.
Or you even want to hit a drop shot or an angle, so placement is number four. And number five is power. But, power without consistency is a lot of silent and fury signifying nothings. So don't hit it hard and hit it out. You have to learn to use power and enter it into the other four items gradually. And so those are the five tips of tennis, if you can master those in that order, you're gonna be a great tennis player.
Again, consistency, technique, depth, placement and power.