Roger Invents New Shot

Half Volley Returns

Roger pretty much invents a new shot…


When was the last time you were watching a tennis match and said to yourself, “wow, I have never seen that before!”

Well, that’s exactly how I felt watching the Cincinnati final yesterday between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.

Roger has indeed invented a new shot. It’s the most aggressive return of serve I have ever seen. He used it several times throughout the tournament, and a couple of times in the final, and it worked amazingly well. He was basically 1/2 volleying the return of serve. If you don’t believe me, look at the graphic below, showing his ultra-aggressive return position.

2015 Cincinnati: Roger Federer 2nd Serve Return Contact Point

Have you ever seen anything so aggressive in a singles match? I haven’t.

To read my full analysis of the match, that’s currently on the front page of the ATP World Tour website, please click the following link.


NEW: Dou8les Num3ers Page

Let’s learn from a Wimbledon Doubles Champion.

Launching tomorrow will be a new Dou8les Num3ers page featuring an extended interview with 2005 Wimbledon Doubles Champion, Stephen Huss. Stephen is currently the assistant men’s coach at Virginia Tech, and offers a wealth of amazing information in our interview on Center Court at Wimbledon. The new page features 10 specific videos, all focusing on different aspects of doubles.

WATCH: Stephen Huss Dou8les Num3ers Introduction Video

With the Fall Tennis season kicking off this week, please enjoy a 20% discount this coming Thursday and Friday with all products on the website. Just my way of saying thank you for your wonderful support!

And, also a heads up that there will be a brand new product launching about this time next month. More hints on what it’s all about very soon. I will give you one sneak peak – it contains research that has never been done in the sport before, uncovering an amazing sequence of events that unfolds at the beginning of a point.