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Below you can find a ton of useful online resources that will help you learn your new hobby. We go through each link one by one and try to only include free sites with terrific content. If you find a broken link please help us out by contacting us so that we can remove it.

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Getting Started FAQ - Introductory article with 14 beginners questions and answers for getting started in tennis. Click on Choose A Topic above for other good articles.

Basic Serving FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions for learning to serve. Includes how to stand, appropriate grip, ball toss, etc.

Lesson Lounge -  Incredible resource with hundreds of teaching articles on various tennis topics from pros. Separated by shot type, physical aspects, and mental strategy. Very good!

Lessons and Tips - A great tips and online lessons resource from the US Tennis Association. Useful articles from the NTC Director of Tennis, Bill Mountford.

Tennis.com - Tennis Magazines instruction resource with many articles with tips and techniques for improving your game.

String Forum - Everything you could ever want to know about tennis strings. Reviews, techniques, message boards, and listings.

TennisOne - This great site unfortunately has a $50 a year membership fee. It is very good for advancing your learning but in my opinion it is better to get a couple great books instead. You can try it a month for free.

Men`s Tennis Forums - The largest and most complete mens tennis forum online. With thousands of threads and hundreds of thousands of posts you can see and ask almost any tennis question you may have.

Womens Tennis Forums - This is pretty much the same forum as above but with women`s tennis. It is equally a large and complete forum. Go to ask questions and get them answered.

Tennis Forum - Although smaller, this tennis forum also has high quality posts and remains active.

Guide to Tennis Schools and Camps- This great guide profiles tennis schools and camps across the US.

Unitenis.com - This awesome social network for tennis players in Mexico is a perfect example of how tennis players can get together to learn more about tennis.