Pros Of Lawn Tennis

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Ever wondered why children are so sure about what they want to busy themselves with? When it comes to outdoor sports, most kids have particular likes and dislikes which come very naturally to them. As parents, it’s up to you to nurture their talents or suggest suitable alternatives. But the general thumb rule is, let the child play as many games as he wants to before zeroing in on a few favourites. Only then can you go ahead with providing formal coaching to them in those sports. Come to think of it, tennis is one sport that has picked up in popularity over the years. Of course, a reason could be the stylish tennis players, male and female, all over the world, who are forever being idolised and imitated. Engage tells you how you can introduce your child to lawn tennis by giving you some tennis tips for beginners: Early signs…show more content…
“Of course, most parents don’t really get any obvious signs from their kids about their interest in the sport before they get initiated into it, but I suggest that if your child is active, agile with his/her movements and wants to be on the go most of the time, you can well take him/her to a coaching centre. Let him fiddle with the tennis racquets and ball for a few days or weeks and then let the coach decide if he is meant to carry on with the training,” he states. Size does not matter Parents don’t really need to worry about the size of their child vis-a-vis the size of the tennis equipment that they use. “Mini racquets, softer balls and smaller court sizes have been designed for junior level programmes. In fact, almost all coaching centres have the provisions for these little aspirants who are enthusiastic and raring to go,” says Arjun. Gearing
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