No-Man’s Land, the area 5-6 feet in front of the baseline to just behind the service line is a poor place to wait for your next shot. Most of the time you’ll face either a tricky half volley or a low volley from deep in your own court. If you get a short ball and don’t want to attack, hit your shot, then return to the baseline. When attacking, hit your approach and quickly move through no-man’s land to the net. Stay out of no-mans land and you’ll keep control of the ball on your end of the court.
Rasim has more than 25 years of International Teaching and Coaching Experience. He is McMaster University Men's Head Tennis Coach and is Certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association, the highest USPTA rating, PROFESSIONAL 1.
Rasim Sehovic is back for his tenth season with the Stoney Creek Tennis Club. He is an experienced instructor and we are pleased to have him as our Club Pro. Make sure that you register early to be eligible for complimentary group lessons included with your membership!
To arrange private, semi-private, or group lessons with Rasim feel free to call us at (905) 664-2026, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org