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  1. Hi
    Fantastic videos!!!!
    I lined up your forehand and djokovic’s and they were almost identical.
    What is the process you go through when you coach a beginner? for example 6 and 7 year olds…..and beginner adults…
    I am a coach in the UK of only year and a half….and alot of the time I wonder if I am doing the right thing for my students.
    Any info would be great…
    Keep up the great work!
    Michael

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    I’ll be creating a paid subscription premium website that will cover all the basics in details from beginner to advanced. Subscribe to the newsletter for future details. Thanks

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  2. Hi
    I tried to subscribe but it seems not to work. Any idea how to do it?
    The videos are great! Keep up the good work.
    Regards from Downunder,
    Donne

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    I have your subscription to the newsletter. The newsletter will be out shortly. Thanks for your patience.

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  3. Hi, Great Job! Unlike other site, you make it simple and workable. Thanks a lot!
    Could you please explain how to handle low ball(sliced ball) both forehand and single back hand.
    Thanks again!

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    That’s a good one! Perhaps I’ll do that one in the near future. Thanks

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  4. Hi, nice videos. How about some doubles strategy videos? If you can put those that would be really good.

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    So much work and not enough time! Doubles will be further in the future. Thanks for your patience

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  5. Awesome video’s. I’m very interested in getting more details on how to move around the court more in order to allow yourself to set up for strokes like the forehand in a natural way. Very core way of teaching the basics of good modern tennis. Keep up the great work. Looking forward to finding out when you come out with your premium service.

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    Footwork will be in the premium site i’m working on. Keep checking on my site!

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  6. Hi Paul!

    I noticed that u used a rubber band as opposed to the regular shock absorber on ur babolat. I was wondering what advantages that a rubber band would have and how you tied it onto your racquet.

    Thank you so much!

    P.s. love the videos!

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    I like using the rubber band because it rarely comes off. Agassi always placed a rubber band on his racquet, so I copied. There are no advantages, if you like to use a string dampner, it acts as the same thing. Also the string dampner’s are pricey

    The way I tie it is by making a double knot. Don’t cut the rubber band, Just take both ends and wrap it around two strings

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  7. Hi Tae,,,,Your web site has helped me greatly in about 2 wks. I was wondering next time I get to Calif if you may have time for me to hire you to work out the kinks if so what would it cost per hour. I was wondering if you did the pro circuit much. I know David Wheaton here in Minneapolis and I play his sister Marnie who is skilled past Big Ten Champion. David is in Broadcasting with the Salem Network- took some TV training with him in Las Vegas at the NRB Convention – but have never hit with him. If this would be possible perhaps you could get me your cell phone number also where in California are you located. I am a 4.0 to 4.5 level before I found your site
    Thank s for your time
    George ole281@yahoo.com ph no 320-235-7895

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    I have sent you an email. Thanks!

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  8. Your teaching style is great. Where are you located? Maybe I’m blind but I did not see it anywhere. Thanks for putting up your videos!!!!

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    Thanks for your post. I’m located in Irvine, CA.

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    lee Reply:

    pls tell me about your on site program

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  9. Hey John,
    I am a high school tennis player and i like your videos. I am trying to implement the greater body rotation to get the racket the whip back and then forward like you explain in your modern forehand, which is compared to the monkey drum.

    I understand that this is made easier by using the open stance for the forehand? Is this correct? I am used to using a neutral stance and it feels kind of awkward not using the neutral stance. Is it still possible to get this “monkey-drum” effect using the neutral stance?

    So, basically, what are the benefits of each type of stance/when to use each/which is better for the monkey-drum effect or are both equal?

    Thanks! Your a great help!

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  10. I wousubsculd like to subscribe to your newsletter,etc. but do not know how?Please let me know…Thank you

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    It’s simple. All you have to do is fill your email and name on the Upper Right hand corner of the website and click on Subscribe. Thanks!

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  11. I would really like to join your prenium site… I really WOULD!!!
    But, see, i’m 13 years old and my parents aren’t willing to pay for videos..:(
    any solutions??

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  12. I saw Dae the other day and asked him to say hello to you Tae when he spoke to you. I playe with David recently. It was fun. I hope you are doing well in California. I getting my arm in shape for serving. I owe you another chance. Take care.

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    lockandrolltennis Reply:

    Hi Neil! Me, Amy and baby Luke are doing great! I miss all of you! We are looking to go to NY this coming Sept, 2012.
    Yes, I do remember that serve, it was quite good! Hope to see all of you then. Take care!

    Tae

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  13. I know a lot of tennis training websites and with many of them I have a direct contact. BUT I have never seen such an intelligent comments to modern tennis. Especially I was really positivemy shocked by the explanation of the power in forehand when you use the small drum to show how it works. NOBODY used this before you. Please try to come to my youtube channel MUSCLESEXPERT and see the video about my tennis (I play daily two hours as my aerobic training and then 1.5 hour gym afternoon…). I would be extremly happy if you tell me all the things I have to work on to have still a better technic, especially on my forehand side. Thanks a lot and all the best! OLDIE

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  14. Hello Tae! Love what you do! Not only that you play tennis but sharing your expertise! I was looking at some of your videos but for some reason I thought you had more. Did you take down any? I thought that I saw a video for hitting a forehand on the run and backhand on the run a couple months ago. I was just wondering because those were very helpful for me. Thanx for everything.

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  15. Dear Sir

    It was fantastic I dont have word to say but really I came to know many new thing. I will try to learn more by going through your videos. Please send me more video clip if possible. One more thing if god permit I will come to you to learn more.

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  16. Hi, thanks for your wonderful videos that you put up online, but I have a question that I have not seen any online coach cover.
    I believe that the lower body is probably the most important part for service, but it feels so unnatural for me to bring my right leg back (since I’m right handed) after contact, and it’s more natural to bring that leg around, but I know it’s bad technique.
    So I’m just asking, are there any ways or progressions that I can go through to adjust to this, because it’s really hard to just start keeping my right leg back for counterbalance right off the bat. If you do make a video, I’m sure it will be really helpful for others since I see most people that play are the same as me.
    Thank you very much for your time and I look forward to your advice.

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  17. Hi Tae
    Im a younger full-time coach and Im very motivated to be the best coach I can be. Ive been taught and mentoured by respected coaches in my country but understand that alot of technique of theirs is outdated and I want to continue to be innovative and evolve.I know that different styles work for different players but the foundation of what I teach to the majority of people I coach I want to change and Im a big fan of the simplicity in your methods and have changed many of my lessons due to it. Could you help me at all?

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    Tae Byon Reply:

    I’m not sure exactly how you want me to help you. However, the Premium Website is a very good place to start. I have made videos showing how a player should progress from Novice-Intermediate-Advanced. I have about 120 videos at the moment. Currently, I’m extremely busy with my teaching and online tennis business.

    Thanks,

    Tae

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  18. Hello Tae.
    I live in irvine too . Do you teach classes .I have a 11 year old daughter who is very talented and she needs good training.Can you send me an email to let me know . Thank You .Nabil

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