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Mehrban Iranshad from Tennis Files (tennisfiles.com) is committed to helping you improve your tennis game. He will uncover the best strategies, training methods, mental attitudes, and techniques that will enable you to reach your tennis potential. Mehrban will interview the top minds in tennis on The Tennis Files Podcast, including professional and elite tennis players, coaches, trainers, authors, and other tennis experts. Tennis is a demanding and complex sport which requires hard work, consistency, problem solving, and the determination to reach your tennis goals. Mehrban will find the answers to your tennis problems so you can break through your struggles and become a better tennis player.

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Mehrban Iranshad from Tennis Files (tennisfiles.com) is committed to helping you improve your tennis game. He will uncover the best strategies, training methods, mental attitudes, and techniques that will enable you to reach your tennis potential. Mehrban will interview the top minds in tennis on The Tennis Files Podcast, including professional and elite tennis players, coaches, trainers, authors, and other tennis experts. Tennis is a demanding and complex sport which requires hard work, consistency, problem solving, and the determination to reach your tennis goals. Mehrban will find the answers to your tennis problems so you can break through your struggles and become a better tennis player.

    TFP 228: USTA Leagues, Unbiased Product Reviews and the Best $40 Reel of String Ever Made with Mark Sansait

    TFP 228: USTA Leagues, Unbiased Product Reviews and the Best $40 Reel of String Ever Made with Mark Sansait

    On Episode 228 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I interviewed Mark Sansait about his experiences playing in USTA Leagues, recording matches for YouTube, and reviewing tennis products.

    Mark is the founder of Toxic Tennis. He consistently creates entertaining and educational tennis content. Mark publishes videos of NTRP 4.5-5.0 match play, product reviews, and tutorials on his YouTube Channel, which has nearly 10k subscribers. Mark played college tennis at The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and was recently bumped up to the NTRP 5.0 level.

    On the show, you’ll learn Mark’s up and down experiences with USTA Leagues, what he thinks about getting bumped up to an NTRP 5.0, how Mark records his matches, Mark’s journey creating tennis content on YouTube, the best $40 reel of string money can buy, his favorite racquets of 2021, facing a copyright claim from one of the biggest online tennis retailers in the world and much more!

    I hope you enjoy my interview with Mark! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!
     
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    • 59 min
    TFP 227: 5.0 Singles Match Analysis - My Top Mistakes and Winning Strategies

    TFP 227: 5.0 Singles Match Analysis - My Top Mistakes and Winning Strategies

    On Episode 277 of The Tennis Files Podcast, you’ll learn my top mistakes and winning strategies from my 5.0 singles match.

    On the show, we will be analyzing one of my singles practice matches against Greg. You’ll learn why recording yourself during matches is helpful, how to analyze your tennis matches, why serving to your opponent’s forehand is a critical mistake, how to play with controlled aggression, and much more!

    I really hope you enjoy this episode! If you found it helpful, let me know in the comments below!

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    • 21 min
    TFP 226: How to Handle Pressure by Changing Your Perspective with Vesa Ponkka

    TFP 226: How to Handle Pressure by Changing Your Perspective with Vesa Ponkka

    On Episode 226 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with coach Vesa Ponkka about how to handle pressure by changing your perspective.

    Coach Vesa Ponkka is the Director of Tennis at the Junior Tennis Champions Center, home to Frances Tiafoe, Denis Kudla, and numerous other elite players. He was selected as the 2011 USOC National Developmental Coach of the Year and has trained top junior players in the United States and Europe for national, NCAA, ITF and professional competition. Vesa’s students have won numerous professional and national titles, achieved the #1 ITF Junior World Ranking, several #1 USTA National Rankings, and NCAA All-American honors. He also received several certifications including USPTA, PTR, and USTA High Performance.

    On the show, you’ll learn how to gain a healthier perspective, the difference between positive pressure and negative pressure, helpful routines to deal with pressure, how top players develop a healthy perspective, the holistic pathway of development, insights into Frances Tiafoe's and Denis Kudla's training at JTCC, and much more!

    I hope you enjoy my interview with Vesa! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!

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    • 1 hr 14 min
    TFP 225: How to Prevent and Treat Tennis Elbow with Emma Green

    TFP 225: How to Prevent and Treat Tennis Elbow with Emma Green

    On Episode 225 of The Tennis Files Podcast, Emma Green will reveal how to prevent, treat, and heal tennis elbow.

    Emma graduated from Manchester University, England as a Physical Therapist and gained a Masters degree in Sports Medicine. She is now dual qualified being both a licensed Physical Therapist (USA) and a Physiotherapist (UK) along with being certified in Clinical Pilates through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Emma has also traveled worldwide with numerous national sports teams, the highlight of which was working at the London 2012 Olympic Games. She now works with a wide variety of clients, including tennis players, to help them prevent, heal, and recover from tennis elbow.

    On the show, you’ll learn the numerous potential causes for tennis elbow, the most effective ways to prevent and treat it, the 4 phases of tennis elbow, why it is important to normalize tension in your body before strengthening it, the best piece of equipment for treating tennis elbow, why you should use heat instead of ice after a few days of having tennis elbow, and much more!

    I hope you enjoy my interview with Emma! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!

    And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox!

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    • 57 min
    TFP 224: How to Improve Your Returns and Develop Winning Strategies with Karue Sell

    TFP 224: How to Improve Your Returns and Develop Winning Strategies with Karue Sell

    On Episode 224 of The Tennis Files Podcast, elite tennis pro Karue Sell will reveal how to improve your returns and develop winning strategies.

    Karue achieved a career high #371 ATP Tour ranking, 15.01 UTR rating, and is Naomi Osaka’s practice partner. He won over 100 matches at UCLA and reached the NCAA team final. Karue has won several Futures tournaments and he has defeated many ATP Pros including Dominic Thiem, Kyle Edmund, and Hugo Dellien. Karue co-founded MyTennisHQ and spends much of his time creating excellent online content to help you play better tennis.

    On the show, you’ll learn how to hit more offensive returns, simple and effective match strategies and tactics, why your strategy depends on your technical abilities, how to improve your backhand technique, the biggest lessons Karue learned during his pro career, and much more!

    I hope you enjoy my interview with Karue! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!

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    MyTennisHQ.com
    MyTennisHQ Youtube Channel
    MyTennisHQ Newsletter
    MyTennisHQ Instagram
    MyTennisHQ TikTok
    The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*** - Mark Manson
    Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art - James Nestor
    Winning Ugly - Brad Gilbert
    Everything is F****d - A Book About Hope - Mark Manson
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    • 57 min
    TFP 223: How to Simplify Your Serve and Develop a Winning Mindset with Karue Sell

    TFP 223: How to Simplify Your Serve and Develop a Winning Mindset with Karue Sell

    On Episode 223 of The Tennis Files Podcast, I spoke with elite tennis pro Karue Sell about how you can simplify your serve and develop a winning mindset.

    Karue achieved a career high #371 ATP Tour ranking, 15.01 UTR rating, and is Naomi Osaka’s practice partner. He won over 100 matches at UCLA and reached the NCAA team final. Karue has won several Futures tournaments and he has defeated many ATP Pros including Dominic Thiem, Kyle Edmund, and Hugo Dellien. Karue co-founded MyTennisHQ and spends much of his time creating excellent online content to help you play better tennis.

    On the show, you’ll learn a simple drill to generate more serve power that Karue picked up from Naomi Osaka, the difference between the pinpoint and platform stance and which one you should use, the keys to succeeding in college tennis and on the pro tour, the mental attitude you need to win more matches, every single racquet that Karue has used from his first day playing tennis, and much more!

    I hope you enjoy my interview with Karue! Let us know what you think about this episode in the comments below!

    And be sure to subscribe to Tennis Files to receive the latest tennis content to improve your game straight to your inbox!

    MyTennisHQ.com
    MyTennisHQ Youtube Channel
    MyTennisHQ Newsletter
    MyTennisHQ Instagram
    MyTennisHQ TikTok
    The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*** - Mark Manson
    Everything is F****d - A Book About Hope - Mark Manson
    Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art - James Nestor
    Winning Ugly - Brad Gilbert
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