Learn how to reach peak fitness for tennis.

Step-by-step guide teaching you the vital components of tennis specific fitness PLUS specific training programs to get you to the top of your game!

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The complete tennis-fitness guide for all levels of player.


There’s no doubt – YOU need this course! 

I’m in the privileged position of being the only Accredited Strength & Conditioning Coach with a Level 5 High Performance Tennis Coach qualification in the UK. I’ve been in this industry for over 20 years and I’ve worked with all ages and standard of player – from club level to professional and Davis Cup team level. I still get so excited to see the difference that improving fitness makes to people’s playing standard. Its a guaranteed outcome!!

I’m not exaggerating when I say that there isn’t a day that goes by when I don’t get asked a tennis-fitness related question by a coach, a tennis-parent, a club player or a personal trainer.

  • How can I get more power on my groundstrokes?
  • Is there a good exercise my child can do to make them faster around the court?
  • My back always aches after playing long matches – is there anything I can do to stretch it?
  • I run out of energy in singles – what exercises should I do to help?
  • My shoulder aches after serving – is there a way to make it stronger?
  • My personal training clients are asking me to get them stronger for tennis. Where do I start?
  • And so on….

Tennis is an extremely physically demanding sport but it doesn’t make you fit. In fact, without proper preparation, tennis can be pretty traumatic for the body – all that twisting, stopping and starting, only using one side of your body, bending and flexing, reaching and stretching and so on is stressful on our muscles and joints. The truth is that tennis isn’t all that great for us – BUT with strategic and expert training there’s no reason why people can’t play for their entire lives.

For the people who have been following our strategic training programs the results have been fantastic – The main problem I’ve faced, until now, is that I’ve been unable to help as many people as I’d like – there just aren’t enough hours in a working week.

I’ve known tennis enthusiasts try all sorts of methods to learn how to improve their tennis specific fitness?

  • They’ve spent time watching videos on YouTube – trying out random exercises for a few sessions but with no real purpose.
  • They’ve hired a fitness trainer – they start to see results but the costs just start to get out of hand.
  • They’ve asked the tennis coach to do extra work but s/he often doesn’t have the expertise AND it’s difficult to prioritise fitness training when you’ve paid for the court.

So all that ends up happening is sporadic bursts of fitness training without any strategy or lasting improvements.

Well the great news is that a solution is FINALLY here.


You've got to be fit to play tennis BUT playing tennis won't make you fit - We've outlined all you need to know

What physical demands does tennis place on your body?

Tennis is a physically complex sport which demands that players have ‘all-round’ fitness – being able to strike the ball well is no longer sufficient to succeed in tennis – from club to pro level.

In this module you’ll learn about the different fitness components and physical skills which you will need in order to improve.

Learn How to Warm Up for Tennis

When we watch pros play – we only witness the 5 minute hitting warm up before the match begins. Across many clubs and academies this 5 minute warm up or ‘hitting a few in the services boxes’ is all many players do to prepare themselves for the lesson or match ahead. The truth is that the pros will have completed a full physical warm up before stepping out on court – often lasting as much as 20-30 minutes.

In this module you’ll learn the latest scientific research to learn how best to prepare to play.

Plus: We’ll provide you with a scientifically proven 4-stage warm up.

Learn How to Develop Strength for Tennis

Strength is often over looked as an important physical component of tennis. It is impossible to become powerful, without first being strong.

In tennis strength is not just about hitting the ball harder – strength is vital for:

  • Injury Prevention.
  • Quicker technical learning.
  • Speed on court
  • Changing direction.
  • Rotational control.
  • Absorbing the forces of hard hitting opponents.
  • ….the list goes on.

In this module, you’ll learn the science behind strength training and how to apply it to tennis.

PLUS: Total Body Strength Training Program.


Learn How to Develop Speed for Tennis

Speed is often considered as one of the most importance aspects of tennis training – after all having the best technique is of little use if you can’t get to the ball in time to execute it. But the vast majority of people train their speed the wrong way.

In this module you’ll learn how to train your speed in a way that shows on the court.

PLUS: Speed, Acceleration & deceleration training program.

Learn How to Develop Agility for Tennis

Agility is one of the most important components to effective and efficient on-court movement. Without good agility players constantly have the feeling of trying to ‘stay in the point’ rather than getting on top of the point.

In this module, you’ll learn the physical attributes you need to have good agility and how best to train them.

PLUS: Agility training program.

Learn How to Develop Endurance for Tennis

Tennis matches can last for hours – there’s no ‘full-time’ whistle – so players need to be able to repeat their actions without fatiguing. In this module you’ll learn the importance of endurance and the best ways to train for it.

PLUS: Endurance training program.

Learn How to Develop Flexibility for Tennis

Most of the ‘normal’ swings in tennis require more flexibility in the muscles than most people realise. That need for flexibility can go off the scale when you consider some of the strokes players have to execute when reaching for the ball or sliding into a shot. Training your body to cope with moments of increased stretch will considerably reduce your risk of injury.

In this module, you’ll learn the principles of flexibility training.

PLUS: Total body flexibility program.

Learn How to Recover for Tennis

The skill of recovering after a match or training session has become increasing important in recent years. Juniors and club players often have several matches on the same day.

In this module you’ll learn the different strategies to adopt in order to best recover and prepare yourself for the next match

PLUS: Total body self-massage program.



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    Specific fitness training for SERVES

    A strategic 4-phase training program which:

    1. Prepares your body for serving.
    2. Strengthens the muscles and movements used when serving
    3. Balances out the strength of muscle groups to keep your body balanced.
    4. Stretches the muscles to maintain length and help avoid injury.


If you're a keen tennis player and are interested in getting faster, stronger, more flexible and with fewer injuries - then this course is for you.

If you're the parent of an aspiring tennis junior and you just know that if they could just move faster, or hit harder, or stay in the point longer, or serve more consistently it would make an enormous difference to their tennis - then this course is for you.

If you're a tennis coach and would like to offer your pupils more information about tennis-fitness - then this course is for you.

If you're a personal trainer whose clients keep asking you to help them be fitter for tennis - then this course is for you.

The regular player who wants to take their game to the next level.

The junior player who needs a more comprehensive training program - which can be completed at home.

The coach who wants to offer a better service to clients but doesn't have any more spare hours in the week.

The personal trainer who wants to be more tennis specific in the training they offer.

This course really is an amazing and extremely easy to use guide on how to get fit for tennis. If fitness for tennis has been your problem, then you've just discovered the solution

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In pricing this course we looked at how much money tennis players are spending on fitness training. We discovered that if you wanted to hire a physical trainer to just write the physical training content of this guide (not including the theory part) you’d be forking out over £500. If, however, you hired a trainer to face-to-face train you for all of this content, then you’re looking at over £3,000.

BUT we wanted to make this simple and affordable to everyone – mainly because we love tennis and we love helping people improve.

It really is a fantastic guide and we didn’t want it to be only available to those who can pay out loads of money – after all, tennis is expensive enough as it is, don’t you think?

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We want to make improving your tennis specific as simple and hassle free as possible. And we are absolutely positive that this course will help you do that. Test drive it for 30 days and if you aren’t happy we’ll refund 100% of your money. We know you will love it, but yes, that’s a 30 day money back guarantee.


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"The tennis fitness course has given me valuable insight into the sports science principles of being a tennis player. Thanks to Suzanne's vast experience and expertise I have learnt how to prepare for tennis, how to maximise what I can do on court and how to recover correctly. This level of information is not well publicised outside of the professional game. Having access to the video modules enables me to log on when I like and improve my game by being more aware of what it takes to perform. This course isn't just for the pro player it's for everyone wanting to improve and develop their game."

"I've been playing and training for tennis for year but hadn't realised there was so much to learn. I've now changed how I train. Thanks"

"As a tennis parent I wanted to make sure I was doing the best for my daughter. This course has really helped me"

If you're serious about improving your tennis through tennis specific training then this course is an absolute must for you

Lifetime Access to Course
One-time only
  • Complete guide to tennis fitness
  • Instant full access
  • Serving Bonus
  • Lifetime access
  • Updates & Support