A tennis tip for beginner like video tips can make the difference that a player needs to improve. Tennis tips for beginners are important to learn tennis and can be the stepping stone to reaching a higher level of play.
So let's start with the serve, the beginning of every game.
The serve is what determines whether you will win or lose in a game. I't doesn't matter if you backhand is phenomenal, if your serve is a piece of trash.
Make sure that your grip is loose. When your grip is stiff and hard, your wrist isn't able to snap down and accelerate the ball. This is especially prominent in spin / kick serves. Hold your racquet as if you were "holding a baby's neck".
Make sure that your feet are in the right position. It wasn't until recently that I realized that my feet were wrong! On the Deuce side, your right foot should be at a 45 degree angle to the base line, and your left foot should be slightly behind the ankle of your right foot. (This is only for right handed people, I've got no idea about the footwork of left handed people). On the Ad side, your right foot should be parallel to the base line, and your left foot should be right behind your right.
Make sure that your left and right hands go together in a down - up motion. When you toss your ball, your other hand should go together.
As you can see in this video, the right and left hands go together. This is a very important fundamental.
If you're nervous, bounce the ball a couple of times to slow them down. Most of the time the thing that screws most new players over in tournaments is that they rush. When you rush, your form gets messed up, and most likely the ball will fly out. If you're nervous, don't be afraid to show it.
I can already tell this is going to be a long post, so if you don't want to read a lot, just skim the bolded words.
So, the next part I would like to look at would be the forehand.
For most people, this would be your preferred groundstroke. So, if you're confident about it skip this section.
Use your left hand. This goes for both groundstrokes. Using your left hand to catch your racquet at the end will result in a more balanced stroke. Think about it, if your left hand is sitting by your side when you finish your forehand, you will not be as balanced as you would have been if you had caught your racquet with your left hand.
Make sure that the ball sticks to your strings as long as possible. In other words, don't brush too early.
Hit the ball as if you were to hit three. This tip just adds onto the previous one. Your ball won't fly if there's too much spin on it. If you're hitting the ball with your frame, it's probably because you're brushing too early.
Next, the infamous backhand!
Extend, extend, extend. One problem that happens quite often is that people don't extend when they hit a backhand. If you have this problem, stick a ball in the armpit of your right arm. If the ball falls, you know that you have extended enough.
But before I finish, I can't stress this enough : MOVE YOUR FEET!