The Man With Two Names (And Two Masters Titles)
2017 was a breakthrough year for Sascha Zverev (otherwise known as Alexander Zverev Jr.). He won two Masters titles on the way to finishing the year ranked #4 in the world. But for all his good results, Sascha failed to make it past the 4th round in a slam, and he benefited from injuries to several top players. What makes him one of (if not the) hottest prospects on the men’s tour? What does 2018 hold in store for him? Listen in and find out.
Is "Baby Fed" all grown up?
After years of underperforming, Grigor Dimitrov got it together enough to finish the year #3. Was his win at the World Tour Finals mere luck? Is “Baby Fed” finally all grown up? Listen in and find out!
Today we look at Juan Martin del Potro – one time Slam winner and owner of one of the biggest forehands in the game. After two years rebuilding his ranking from injury, delPo sits on the verge of the top 10. What makes him tick? Where will he finish 2018? All this and more on today’s episode of the Tactical Tennis Podcast!
It's Thiem Time
2017 has come to an end, and Dominic Thiem is the #5 ranked player in the world. But what makes him tick? What are his strengths and weaknesses, and what does 2018 hold for him? Listen in and find out!
Professional tennis comes to a close for 2017 (with the exception of Davis Cup). Grigor Dimitrov takes the WTF finals in a fascinating and entertaining match with David Goffin. How did this match play out exactly? In today’s podcast we discuss a few of the tactical intricacies of the final, as well as ramble about some other stuff too.
(And Other Movement Secrets)
Anyone ever tell you to be on your toes? Want to find out why that’s bad advice (or how you should interpret it instead?). Listen in to today’s podcast to learn some secrets of movement on the tennis court, and find out why Jacob won’t talk about the ready position.