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We’ve taken countless beginners to the highest levels

Sam Querrey
ATP #12
Steve Johnson
ATP #24
Coco Vandeweghe
WTA #24
Abigail Spears
WTA Doubles #4
Steve Forman
US Junior #1, NCAA Champion
Warren Wood
NCAA Champion
Eric Riley
US Junior #1, Orange Bowl Champ
Bijan Moallemi
US Junior #3, Nat'l Clay Champ
Dear tennis dreamer,

You know the drill.

You're only four games into the match.

And that voice in your head is already talking.

"I can't BELIEVE I missed that shot!"
"This is the worst I've ever played!"
"I SUCK!"
"I hate tennis!"

One week you're on top of the world, the next, it feels like you've never held a racket.

You're afraid of disappointing others.

Letting down your parents.

Your partner.

Yourself.

This isn't just about a game of tennis; it's about constantly questioning your worth, the fear of being talentless.

It's about the respect you crave from your peers.

The acknowledgement you seek from your parents.

It's the yearning to play beautifully, to win effortlessly, without resorting to ugly tactics.

The problem extends beyond technique.

It's about the contradiction of wanting to win but hating how you play.

It's the paradox of training hard, yet not seeing the results.

It's about facing the harsh reality that traditional training methods - the unit turns, the generic advice, the one-size-fits-all coaching - just aren't cutting it for you.

That's where we step in.

Our patented math-based technique system, rooted in projective geometry, transforms your game.

It's not magic; it's
science.

It's about understanding your natural style and enhancing it, not suppressing it.


Imagine stepping onto the court with confidence.

Playing with a technique that feels as natural as breathing.

Imagine turning heads, not because you're playing ugly, but because your game is a thing of beauty.

Imagine doing that while training under 10 hours a week and living a normal life that a kid should live.

Playing a couple of tournaments a month, maybe.

Going surfing, skiing, or golfing whenever you want.

We're not just another tennis academy.

We're the Mac in a world of PCs.

Our system doesn't just improve your play.

It transforms the way you think, feel, and act on the court.

So, what's it going to be?

Continue down the path of frustration and fear?

Or take a leap into a world where tennis is not just a game, but an art form?

The choice is yours.

We left nothing out of our Nonlinear System coaching library. Get the exact solutions you need to solve every problem your strokes have.

15 hours of video and growing
We left no stone unturned when creating our video coaching library. Understand the fundamentals, discover the solution to every single problem your strokes could ever have, view live lesson recordings & in-depth player analyses.
Get expert guidance every month
We kickoff your membership with a live coaching session for a full assessment of your game. We follow up with a monthly video stroke analysis to keep you focused on properly implementing the System so you don't feel lost. Plus, you get all your questions answered in the weekly Q&A Mastermind.
Every issue + fix = covered
After 10,000+ lessons given over the last 25+ years, we've seen every mistake in the book. With a searchable database, you'll find the solution to every problem you have.

Repeat
(over and over and over... and over)

Our "AAA Process" accelerates your learning, helping us get down to zero problems in your fundamentals faster than you can say "you can't be serious!" Once you have no problems in site, we bid you adieu.

You're not just getting a course. You're joining a collaborative community.

Learn it.
You're joining a group of players, coaches, and parents that are fearlessly dedicated to learning to play beautiful tennis. Learn from the material and your community.
Do it.
You'll be implementing and sharing your progress. You'll be held accountable to be a contributing member to your community. This ensures you continue to improve.
Teach it.
We test your understanding of our system by having you teach it to new members. This is the final and most important stage in truly understanding each concept of the system.

Whether you're a beginner 👶, a frustrated player on the verge of quitting 🤬, or a parent tired of the expensive coaching carousel 🤕...

the Nonlinear System has been the savior for 1000s of players ❤️

My brother and I have known the fluid strokes and feeling of being "connected" in the game of tennis for much of our lives. It's great to know the science behind this feeling, so we can use this knowledge to play even better. Jack's revolutionary learning system and various devices, including the Swivels, can help every player feel and groove the natural strokes.

Mike Bryan

438 weeks at ATP #1 Doubles, 16 grand slam titles, 119 ATP tour titles, Olympic Gold Medal 2012

The Swivels are a great teaching tool to help learn proper coordination and kinetic chain of movement of the coil and uncoil. Learning to be athletic is key and the Swivels are that connection. If you want control and power Excalibur is the place to start. Not that easy to do but boy it teaches you to stay on the ball and compress through the hit which is key to power and control.

Brian Teacher

Australian Open Champion

Jack Broudy is the first and only tennis coach I have ever worked with (and only online) who has been able to teach me how to master my strokes with a sort of effortless motion. It's actually thrilling to be able to hit a one-handed backhand without feeling that I am muscling and struggling to get the ball back with some pace. I love his lessons on the serve, since they are helping me learn to use core body mechanics to master a graceful stroke, rather than relying on whatever brute force I can muster up with my arm strength alone.   His patented training device, the 8Board, helped me to feel and "own" this essential motion within minutes of stepping on it. I think the Jack's system will help non-athletes add a newfound gracefulness to their time on the court while advanced players will add power, precision and -- perhaps most importantly  -- enjoyment to their game.

Helene Gittleman

I want to take a minute and let you know how much working with you improved my tennis game.  Because of your help, I was able to raise my game to an entirely new level in a very short amount of time.  You simplified my stroke, made it reliable and repeatable, and gave me an entirely new appreciation for how and why to play.  I no longer fixate on how to hit the ball harder because you showed me how to generate power and accuracy with very little effort.  The more I came to understand your method, the more I enjoyed hitting the ball.  This greatly improved my playing as my mindset changed from wanting to finish off points to wanting to hit solid shot after solid shot with the confidence that success would be the result.  Perhaps the most impressive thing about your lessons is how much improvement I got in so little time with you.  Because we're on opposite coasts, we were only on court together four times, but I had radical improvement anyway.  Further, my wife and friend each had significant and lasting improvement in one lesson each.  Can't wait until you’re back in NY and we can hit, or we're lucky enough to be in San Diego!

Alex Weiner

Just to let you know we’re working on the things you taught Nils and I. It’s doing wonders. He is improving so quickly now. It’s so easy to understand. One basic thought that can be applied to all strokes. He is really getting it. I don’t need to say much during practice anymore. We just talk about it before or after.

It seems like the Broudy System and the 8 Board help him in other sports as well. His rhythm and balance when he plays soccer and kendo are so much better. He is even getting stronger mentally, feeling really good about himself (but not in a cocky way.) Just really harmonious. Through all this he even gets his homework done in no time and he told me he enjoys school much more. Not that we didn’t enjoy it before but we have much more fun now.

So this was to say thank you again! I hope we can meet you again to work some more.

Anders

Tokyo, Japan

I learned to play tennis in the '70's and am a 5.5 player. I have struggled for years with the modern game and trying to hit good topspin off either wing. After 15 minutes of my first lesson with Jack Broudy on the 8 Board I was hitting topspin effortlessly and with power. I have been using the 8 Board and the Non-Linear Tennis System daily now and am more consistent and hit with more topspin, power and feel. I'm in love with tennis again. This is the best system for players at any level of the game and I truly believe that if you want to learn properly or improve your game, the Non-Linear Tennis System is the only way to go.

Keith S. Wilkinson

As a direct result of Jack's revolutionary teachings, Karen as well as my son Steven, have earned full tennis scholarships to play college tennis. Thank you Jack!

Michael Forman

Father of Steven and Karen Forman, Wake Forest, NCAA All American 2008 and NCAA Champs

Jack Broudy is one of those rare people that takes a fresh look at old dogma and discovers a deeper truth.  Jack has taken the tennis strokes and made sense of what is truly occurring in that whirl of activity, focusing on a few fundamentals of sound physical principals.  As an Applied and Clinical Kinesologist I appreciate the simplicity and safety of his methods.  Done properly it is hard for the tennis player to injure themselves and they truly use the core of the body that they have worked so hard to develop yet not known how apply in the strokes on the court.  The results are graceful, repeatable and powerful tennis shots that are joy to watch a and hit!   Thanks to Jack for his insights and dedication to tennis truth.

Andrew W. Specht BS, JD, DC

I always struggled with driving my forehand in match play. Until I learned about using a 45-degree angle with my feet on the semi-open stance, and about hitting the ball at a 45-degree angle in front of me. Yesterday I won a set 6-2 over someone I always lost to, because I visualized those 45-degree angles. It was the first time I ever consistently hit driving forehands in match play.
I was always told to hit the ball out in front on the forehand, but where out in front? The 45-degree rule gave me the specific answer I needed. Thank you Jack Broudy!

Sa Cool

It amazes me after after several coaches no one taught the idea of leading with the hips. Just that alone gave me immediate improvement in my ground strokes.

I was leading with a unit turn and was so off balance and disconnected. Zero power from the ground and very very unstable. The ball could go anywhere. No confidence.
As you rightly say the tail was wagging the dog.
The figure 8 movement is a light bulb moment. I was looking for that for a long time. I started tennis when I was 8 and stopped when I was 16. I did the figure 8 unconsciously and had great ground strokes. I resumed tennis at 38 years of age and had no idea what happened to my forehand. I lost that deep secret. For the last 8 years. I’ve been getting all the the common tips yet still totally unstable and inconsistent in all my shots.
The figure 8 connected me to my true core and the ground driving my arms and shot.
Still got plenty of work to do also lining it up at the 45° and the sine wave.

Dan Serofim

So just come back - lost 4 & 4, no complaints with the result and very glad I stuck to trying to hit at the 45 and use my hips during each point.
What I noticed with the majority of my poor shots & unforced errors was that my swing pattern was very straight and the follow through got stuck in front. Whereas positive shots felt like I had a far more angular swing that stemmed from aligning my hips to the 45 during preparation.
Have a match tomorrow so hoping to see less 'straight swing' shots. Will focus on my hip direction (at the 45) in setting up each shot - I feel like this will help a lot in falling into the straight swing path that cost me a lot today. Glad I was able to park the ego and concentrate on the process...the loss hurts the pride but there is a bigger picture to consider!

Joe Radmore

Top coaches are big fans of the Nonlinear System 🤜🤛

All Jack’s kids are great! They have smooth strokes and complete games. I’ve use the Swivels for the past ten years with both my varsity teams and my Nike camps. Everyone loves it because you can really feel the fluid strokes!

Peter Smith

USC Men’s Coach, 5 NCAA Championships (4 in-a-row '09-12), 2-Time ITA Nat'l Coach of the Year, 5-Time PAC-12 Coach of the Year

I've used the fundamentals of Jack's method for my son and all of my students. And it works for everyone!

Steve Johnson

Father of Steve Johnson, who ranked as high as ATP #12 and was an NCAA Champ in '11-12 and holds the record for longest NCAA match winning streak (72-0)

Jack's System has already changed the sport of tennis forever...at least for me and hundreds of my students!

Beyond Tennis will provide you with a real clarity as to what’s going on at the elite levels of our sport. It will also provide you with the insights to develop your game to its fullest potential.

Tim Schainble - Part 1

Coach of Sam Querrey, who ranked as high as ATP #12

I have personally trained and coached over a hundred sectionally and nationally ranked juniors, three national champions and top 20 ATP professional Sam Querrey. I have heard it all from all the so-called “experts” in tennis, USPTA and USTA alike. I have used the principles in the Infinity Tennis System for most of my career, and believe me NO ONE has been able to break down the inner workings of the effortless, nonlinear game better than Jack.

Tim Schainble -  - Part 2

Coach of Sam Querrey, who ranked as high as ATP #12

My year-round tennis academy in Encino, California uses the Nonlinear System as the backbone of our daily teaching curriculum and our results are mind-blowing.

You won’t hear hack clichés like “unit turn, load and explode, move your feet” or “racket back early.” Rather, you learn what’s really going on with the strokes, anticipation and court mobility in today’s world of nonlinear and effortless style of play. You will immediately gain more confidence and a better understanding of what is going on at the highest level of the game.

Tim Schainble -  Part 3

Coach of Sam Querrey, who ranked as high as ATP #12

I have a very large summer staff (25+ instructors) I take the instructors through Jack’s System. There is no doubt the System works! You can see it in the hundreds of kids in our program, playing effortless, graceful nonlinear tennis! We also have a few state championships to back that up.

Todd Dissly

Los Gatos, CA, HS Coach of the Year

Jack's invention, the Swivels are the best tennis training device I've ever seen!

Nick Bollettieri

Founder of IMG Tennis Academy

You'll get all the material you need to fundamentally transform your game.

Projective Geometry - 2 Modules (23min)

1. Intro to Projective Geometry - The Nonlinear System
2. 20-minute interview with Jack Broudy on his discovery of the Nonlinear System

Glossary of Terms - 42 Modules (1hr 24min)

1. 45°
2. Analog
3. Bump
4. Centered
5. Compress
6. Concave
7. Connect
8. Continuous Motion
9. Contrary Motion
10. Convex
11. Damping
12. Dialed in
13. Digital
14. Dynamic Balance
15. Expand
16. Figure 8 Motion
17. Getting Cranked
18. Horizontal Plane
19. Human Fabric
20. Kinesthetic
21. Larger Muscles
22. Linear
23. Negative and Positive Space
24. Nonlinear
25. Oil in the Hips
26. Out on the Hit
27. Periphery
28. Power in Slowness
29. Primary and Secondary Coil
30. Projective Geometry
31. Pulling up a Rope
32. Racket Head Speed
33. Retraction
34. Seeing Yourself from Above
35. Shoulder Dominant
36. Sine Wave
37. Super Consciousness
38. System of Polarities
39. Universal Stroke
40. Vertical Plane
41. Verticality
42. Zero Point

Core Fundamental #1 - The 45° - 16 Modules (41min)

1. What is the 45°?
2. Why the 45°?
3. Why the 45°? - Playing in the Wind
4. How to line up the 45°
5. Staying Lined up - Back Leg and Non-Hitting Hand
6. Staying Lined up - Front Leg
7. Staying Lined up - Raising the Back Leg
8. Staying Lined up - Getting Cranked Around
9. Staying Behind the 45° - Get More Convex in the 45 to Infinity
10. Staying Behind the 45° - Attack the 45°, not the Ball
11. Staying Behind the 45° - Let the Racket get Convex and Lay Back
12. Staying Behind the 45° - Let the Racket Curve Away from the Ball
13. Common Misconceptions - Shoulder Rotation
14. Common Misconceptions - Stances and Footwork
15. Common Misconceptions - Being in the Horizontal
16. Past, Present, & Future of the Stroke

Core Fundamental #2 - Figure 8 - 30 Modules (1hr 1min)

1. What is the Figure 8? - The Concept of Infinity
2. What is the Figure 8? - The Mother Form of all Movement
3. What is the Figure 8? - Curves in Continuous Motion
4. What is the Figure 8? - Concave to Convex
5. What is the Figure 8? -  Equal on Both Sides
6. What is the Figure 8? - The "3rd Wave" of Tennis Movement
7. What is the Figure 8? - Issues with Circular Rotation
8. What is the Figure 8? - Relationship to Contact and the 45°
9. What is the Figure 8? - Footwork Takes Care of Itself
10. What is the Figure 8? - A Closed System
11. What is the Figure 8? - Only One Shot Type
12. What is the Figure 8? - Observational vs Scientific Coaching
13. What is the Figure 8? - Evaluating Players Using the System
14. Why the Figure 8? - The Mother Form of All Movement
15. Why the Figure 8? - Better for Your Body and Mind
16. Why the Figure 8? - Dynamic Balance
17. How to do the Figure 8 - Figure 8 Exercise
18. How to do the Figure 8 - What to feel on the Swivels
19. How to do the Figure 8 - It's Small, not Exaggerated
20. How to do the Figure 8 - The Universal Stroke
21. How to do the Figure 8 - Universal Stroke - Return of Serve
22. How to do the Figure 8 - Universal Stroke - Finishing the Stroke
23. How to do the Figure 8 - Universal Stroke - Each Stroke Morphs Into the Next
24. How to do the Figure 8 - Short Court
25. Common Misconceptions - Speed of the Figure 8
26. Common Misconceptions - Timing the Figure 8
27. Common Misconceptions - Size of the Figure 8
28. Common Misconceptions - Figure 8 while Moving
29. Common Misconceptions - Figure 8 on Different Height Balls
30. Common Misconceptions - Overrotation - Hips Facing the Net at Contact

Core Fundamental #3 - Sine Wave - 31 Modules (51min)

1. What is the Sine Wave? - A Piece of a Standing Wave
2. What is the Sine Wave? - Hip-Arm Relationship
3. What is the Sine Wave? - Arm Contraction and Expansion
4. What is the Sine Wave? - Concave to Convex
5. What is the Sine Wave? -  Style vs Fundamentals
6. What is the Sine Wave? - Essence of the Stroke
7. Why the Sine Wave? - Easier on Your Body
8. Why the Sine Wave? - Versatility and Adaptable
9. Why the Sine Wave? - More Strength and Stability
10. Why the Sine Wave? - Ball Contact Feels Different
11. Why the Sine Wave? - More Touch and Precision
12. Why the Sine Wave? - More Spin
13. Why the Sine Wave? - More Consistent Ball Striking
14. Why the Sine Wave? - Get in the Zone Through Paying Attention
15. Why the Sine Wave? - Understand the System from the Outside in
16. How to do the Sine Wave - Always Match up the Sine Wave
17. How to do the Sine Wave - Hold the Racket Loosely
18. How to do the Sine Wave - Leave the Racket Tip Forward
19. How to do the Sine Wave - The Elbow is Pivotal in the Transition
20. How to do the Sine Wave - Always Unravel Toward to the Hit
21. How to do the Sine Wave - Last Second Shot Direction
22. How to do the Sine Wave - The Vanishing Follow Through
23. How to do the Sine Wave - Don't Speed up the Stroke
24. How to do the Sine Wave - Use Control and Intent in the Mind
25. How to do the Sine Wave - Size of the Sine Wave
26. How to do the Sine Wave - Slow Down into the Hit
27. How to do the Sine Wave - Get Deeper into the Hit
28. How to do the Sine Wave - Stay Rounded Deep into the Hit
29. How to do the Sine Wave - Use the Nonlinear Stroke Blueprints
30. Common Misconceptions - Going Back to Concave After Contact
31. Demonstrations - Rope Sine Wave Demonstration

Core Principle #1 - Contrary Motion - 11 Modules (29min)

1. What is Contrary Motion? - A System of Polarities
2. What is the Contrary Motion? - Self-Clacker Drill
3. What is the Contrary Motion? - Counterbalance in the Vertical Plane
4. What is the Contrary Motion? - Issues with the "Unit Turn"
5. What is the Contrary Motion? -  Origin of the Swivels
6. What is the Contrary Motion? - Contrary Motion in the Vertical Plane
7. Why Contrary Motion? - Balanced on the 45°
8. Why Contrary Motion? - Easy on the Body
9. Why Contrary Motion? - Effortless Power
10. Why Contrary Motion? - More Shot Options
11. How to do Contrary Motion

Core Principle #2 - Verticality - 9 Modules (23min)

1. What is Verticality? - The Forgotten Element of The Stroke
2. What is Verticality? - Balancing the Horizontal Movement
3. What is Verticality? - Generating Spin
4. Why Verticality? - The Importance of Balance
5. Why Verticality? - Bigger Flat Shots
6. How to do Verticality - The Vertical Movement of the Figure 8
7. How to do Verticality - Start with the Core
8. How to do Verticality - Rounded Movement
9. How to do Verticality - Be Like a Sniper

Core Principle #3 - Retraction - 5 Modules (17min)

1. What is Retraction? - The Key to Locking in the 45° at Contact
2. Why Retraction? - More Consistent
3. Why Retraction? - Better On-The-Run Shots
4. How to do Retraction - Non-Hitting Hand, Hips, Legs
5. Common Misconceptions - How Hard to Retract

Core Principle #4 - Power in Slowness - 21 Modules (28min)

1. What is Power in Slowness? - Moving Slower to get More Power
2. Why Power in Slowness? - More Compression
3. Why Power in Slowness? - Higher Effortless Quotient
4. Why Power in Slowness? - Better Visualization of the System
5. Why Power in Slowness? -  Less Issues with Your Strokes
6. Why Power in Slowness? - More Control and Energy Conservation
7. Why Power in Slowness? - Better for Your Mind
8. How to do Power in Slowness - Underreact and Slow Down into the Hit
9. How to do Power in Slowness - More Convex into the Hit
10. How to do Power in Slowness - Use Excalibur
11. How to do Power in Slowness - One Minute Stroke
12. How to do Power in Slowness - Relation to Super Consciousness
13. How to do Power in Slowness - Paying Attention
14. How to do Power in Slowness - Keep Head Stable at the 45°
15. How to do Power in Slowness - Breathing During the Stroke
16. How to do Power in Slowness - Continuous Hip Movement
17. How to do Power in Slowness - Match the Ball Speed
18. How to do Power in Slowness - Feel the Drag with a Loose Grip
19. Common Misconceptions - Amount of Shot Power
20. Common Misconceptions - Reaction Time
21. Common Misconceptions - Being on Time with the Ball

Core Principle #4 - Super Consciousness - 3 Modules (1hr 1min)

1. What is Super Consciousness?
2. Why Super Consciousness?
3. How to Become Super Conscious

Philosophy #1 - Playing for the Right Reasons (20min)

Jack Broudy's philosophy of the game and why playing for the right reasons matters.

Philosophy #2 - Playing Through Injuries (9min)

Jack Broudy's thoughts on playing through injuries and what it can teach you about the Nonlinear System and yourself.

Strokes - Groundstrokes in General - 7 Modules (20min)

1. The Grips
2. The Grips - Western Grip
3. The Grips - Grip Pressure
4. Split Step
5. Lining up the 45°
6. Navigating with the 45°
7. Super Consciousness - View the Shot From Above

Strokes - Forehand - 32 Modules (47min)

1. Core Fundamentals - Lining up the 45°
2. Core Fundamentals - Figure 8
3. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave
4. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Concave to Convex, Always Expanding to the hit
5. Core Principles -  Contrary Motion - 1-2-3
6. Core Principles - Contrary Motion - Getting Coiled, Takeback, Leaving the Racket Tip Forward
7. Core Principles - Verticality
8. Core Principles - Retraction
9. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
10. Shot Types - Inside Out
11. Shot Types - Handling High Groundstrokes
12. Shot Types - Handling Low Groundstrokes
13. Shot Types - Funky Shots - Spin, Oddballs, Playing in the Wind
14. Shot Types - Serve Returns
15. Shot Types - Lobs
16. Shot Types - Pickups (Half Volleys)
17. Shot Types - Short Balls
18. Shot Types - Swinging Volleys
19. Shot Types - One-Footed Stroke - Feel Verticality
20. Shot Types - Drop Shots
21. Advanced - Precision of Shot Placement - Inside Out, Down-The-Line, Crosscourt, Angle
22. Advanced - Compression - Pressing Air into the Ball
23. Advanced - Efficiency - Tightening the Coil for Bigger Shots
24. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
25. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
26. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Crosscourt)
27. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Down-The-Line)
28. Problems & Solutions - No Power
29. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Short
30. Problems & Solutions - Little to No Spin
31. Problems & Solutions - Too Much Spin
32. Problems & Solutions - Mishits

Strokes - Two-Handed Backhand - 31 Modules (40min)

1. Core Fundamentals - Lining up the 45°
2. Core Fundamentals - Figure 8
3. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave
4. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Concave to Convex, Always Expanding to the hit
5. Core Principles -  Contrary Motion - 1-2-3
6. Core Principles - Contrary Motion - Getting Coiled, Takeback, Leaving the Racket Tip Forward
7. Core Principles - Verticality
8. Core Principles - Retraction
9. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
1. Shot Types - Handling High Groundstrokes
11. Shot Types - Handling Low Groundstrokes
12. Shot Types - Funky Shots - Spin, Oddballs, Playing in the Wind
13. Shot Types - Serve Returns
14. Shot Types - Lobs
15. Shot Types - Pickups (Half Volleys)
16. Shot Types - Short Balls
17. Shot Types - Swinging Volleys
18. Shot Types - One-Footed Stroke - Feel Verticality
19. Shot Types - Drop Shots
20. Advanced - Precision of Shot Placement - Inside Out, Down-The-Line, Crosscourt, Angle
21. Advanced - Compression - Pressing Air into the Ball
22. Advanced - Efficiency - Tightening the Coil for Bigger Shots
23. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
24. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
25. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Crosscourt)
26. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Down-The-Line)
27. Problems & Solutions - No Power
28. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Short
29. Problems & Solutions - Little to No Spin
30. Problems & Solutions - Too Much Spin
31. Problems & Solutions - Mishits

Strokes - One-Handed Backhand - 28 Modules (55min)

1. Core Fundamentals - Lining up the 45°
2. Core Fundamentals - Figure 8
3. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave
4. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Concave to Convex, Always Expanding to the hit
5. Core Principles - Verticality
6. Core Principles - Retraction
7. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
8. Shot Types - Inside Out
9. Shot Types - Handling High Groundstrokes
10. Shot Types - Handling Low Groundstrokes
11. Shot Types - Funky Shots - Spin, Oddballs, Playing in the Wind
1Shot Types - Lobs
‍1. Shot Types - Short Balls
14. Shot Types - Swinging Volleys
15. Shot Types - One-Footed Stroke - Feel Verticality
16. Shot Types - Drop Shots
17. Advanced - Precision of Shot Placement - Inside Out, Down-The-Line, Crosscourt, Angle
18. Advanced - Compression - Pressing Air into the Ball
19. Advanced - Efficiency - Tightening the Coil for Bigger Shots
20. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
21. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
22. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Crosscourt)
23. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Down-The-Line)
24. Problems & Solutions - No Power
25. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Short
26. Problems & Solutions - Little to No Spin
27. Problems & Solutions - Too Much Spin
28. Problems & Solutions - Mishits

Strokes - Backhand Slice - 32 Modules (35min)

1. Core Fundamentals - Lining up the 45°
2. Core Fundamentals - Figure 8
3. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave
4. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Staying Rounded, Not a Straight Arm
5. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Always Expanding to the Hit
6. Core Principles - Contrary Motion - Getting Coiled, Takeback, Leaving the Racket Tip Forward
7. Core Principles - Verticality
8. Core Principles - Retraction
9. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
10. Shot Types - Inside Out
11. Shot Types - Handling High Groundstrokes
12. Shot Types - Handling Low Groundstrokes
13. Shot Types - Funky Shots - Spin, Oddballs, Playing in the Wind
14. Shot Types - Serve Returns
15. Shot Types - On-The-Run Lobs
16. Shot Types - Pickups (Half Volleys)
17. Shot Types - Short Balls
18. Shot Types - Swinging Volleys
19. Shot Types - One-Footed Stroke - Feel Verticality
20. Shot Types - Drop Shots
21. Advanced - Precision of Shot Placement - Inside Out, Down-The-Line, Crosscourt, Angle
22. Advanced - Compression - Pressing Air into the Ball
23. Advanced - Efficiency - Tightening the Coil for Bigger Shots
24. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
25. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
26. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Crosscourt)
27. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Down-The-Line)
28. Problems & Solutions - No Power
29. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Short
30. Problems & Solutions - Little to No Spin
31. Problems & Solutions - Too Much Spin
32. Problems & Solutions - Mishits

Strokes - Volley - 23 Modules (26min)

1. Core Fundamentals - Lining up the 45°
2. Core Fundamentals - Figure 8
3. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave
4. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Always Expanding to the Hit
5. Core Principles - Verticality
6. Core Principles - Retraction
7. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
8. Shot Types - Inside Out
9. Shot Types - High Volleys
10. Shot Types - Low Volleys
11. Shot Types - Funky Shots - Spin, Oddballs, Playing in the Wind
12. Shot Types - Lob Volleys
13. Shot Types - Drop Shots
14. Advanced - Precision of Shot Placement - Inside Out, Down-The-Line, Crosscourt, Angle
15. Advanced - Compression - Pressing Air into the Ball
‍1. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
17. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
18. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Crosscourt)
19. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Down-The-Line)
20. Problems & Solutions - No Power
21. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Short
22. Problems & Solutions - Little to No Spin
23. Problems & Solutions - Mishits

Strokes - Overhead - 16 Modules (20min)

1. Overview
2. Overview - Slice vs Flat Overhead, Retraction, Staying Lined up at the 45°
3. Core Principles - Contrary Motion
4. Core Principles - Retraction
5. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
6. Shot Types - Funky Shots - Spin, Oddballs, Playing in the Wind
7. Shot Types - Balls Over Your Shoulder
8. Advanced - Precision of Shot Placement - Inside Out, Down-The-Line, Crosscourt, Angle
9. Advanced - Compression - Pressing Air into the Ball
10. Advanced - Efficiency - Tightening the Coil for Bigger Shots
11. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
12. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
13. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide
14. Problems & Solutions - No Power
15. Problems & Solutions - Mishits
16. Problems & Solutions - Overpronation

Strokes - Serve - 35 Modules (55min)

1. Core Fundamentals - Lining up the 45°
2. Core Fundamentals - Figure 8
3. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave
4. Core Fundamentals - Sine Wave - Always Expanding to the Hit
5. Core Fundamentals - Contrary Motion - 1-2-3
6. Core Principles - Contrary Motion - Getting Coiled, Takeback, Leaving the Racket Tip Forward
7. Core Principles - Verticality
8. Core Principles - Retraction
9. Core Principles - Power in Slowness
10. Toss
11. Toss - How Straight Tossing Arm Should Be
12. Other Basics - Where to Stand When Serving
13. Other Basics - Where to Land with your Feet
14. Other Basics - Getting Rounded
15. Shot Types - Flat Serve
16. Shot Types - Slice Serve
17. Shot Types - Kick Serve and Sundial Method
18. Shot Types - Directing the Serve
19. Shot Types - Directing the Wide Kick Serve
20. Shot Types - Wide Slice Serve
21. Problems & Solutions - Hitting in the Net
22. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Long
23. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Left)
24. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Wide (Right)
25. Problems & Solutions - No Power
26. Problems & Solutions - Hitting Short in the Box
27. Problems & Solutions - Too Flat
28. Problems & Solutions - Too Much Spin
29. Problems & Solutions - Mishits
30. Problems & Solutions - Don't Let Your Knee Buckle
31. Teaching Progression - Lesson #1
32. Teaching Progression - Lesson #2
33. Teaching Progression - Lesson #3
34. Teaching Progression - Lesson #4
35. Teaching Progression - Lesson #5

Strokes - Specialty Shots - 5 Modules (6min)

1. Tweener
2. SABR Return of Serve
3. Backhand Overhead
4. Sky Hook
5. On-The-Run Forehand Slice

Drills - 33 Modules (1hr 17min)

1. Angle Slice
2. Bump up and Across
3. Can You Chop This?
4. Can You Top This?
5. Can You Chop/Top This Variation - One Player at the Net
6. Castles
7. Clacker
8. Come in on Anything
9. Crappy Ball
10. Dinkum
11. Double Ramp
12. Drop Feed
13. Figure 8
14. Handicap Sets
15. Harry Hopman
16. Juggling
17. Lacrosse
18. One Minute Stroke
19. One Step in
20. One-Footed Stroke
21. Opposite Hand Warmup
22. Overhead Touch the Net
23. Serve at the Volleyer
24. Short Court Hustle
25. Six Ball Drill
26. Super Short Court
27. Sword and Shield
28. Toss Hit Bounce Hit Return of Serve
29. Two Ball Pickup
30. Two Hands Both Sides
31. Volley Lob
32. Windshield Ball Feeding
33. X Number of Balls

Wrong -> Right -> Explanation - 42 Modules (1hr 6min)

1. Groundstrokes - Unit Turn
2. Groundstrokes - Arming the Ball
3. Groundstrokes - Moving the Shoulder First
4. Groundstrokes - Trying to get Racket Head Speed
5. Groundstrokes - Accelerating the Figure 8
6. Groundstrokes - Looking for Power
7. Groundstrokes - Pain in Body (Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder, etc.)
8. Groundstrokes - Backward "C" Takeback
9. Groundstrokes - Loading on the Back Leg
10. Groundstrokes - Racket Back Early
11. Groundstrokes - Focusing on Follow Through
12. Groundstrokes - Abruptly Going Convex - Pulling Racket Back
13. Groundstrokes - Pushing out to the Target to Direct the Ball
14. Groundstrokes - Stepping into the Shot
15. Groundstrokes - Using the Wrist for Topspin
16. Groundstrokes - Hit Early for Crosscourt and Late for Down-The-Line
17. Groundstrokes - Releasing Tension in the Core at Contact
18. Groundstrokes - Overrotation - Opening Hips to the Net at Contact
19. Groundstrokes - Purposely Finishing Above the Head for Topspin
20. Groundstrokes - Windshield Wipe the Ball
21. Groundstrokes - Get Under the Ball
22. Groundstrokes - Lifting the Ball
23. Groundstrokes - Attacking the Ball
24. Groundstrokes - Forcing the "Lag"
25. Groundstrokes - Worrying About a Straight Arm at Contact
26. Groundstrokes - Worrying About Style
27. Groundstrokes - Table Drop Takeback
28. Groundstrokes - Driving Through the Ball
29. Groundstrokes - Purposely Swinging the Leg Around During the Hit
30. Volleys - Punching and Stepping into the volley
31. Volleys - Racket Back Early
32. Volleys - Taking the Racket Back on High Volleys
33. Serve - Jumping up into the Serve
34. Serve - Scratching the Back with the Racket
35. Serve - Tossing Arm - Pointing at the Ball, Pulling to the Side
36. Serve - Accelerating the Tossing Arm
37. Serve - Trying to Get into the Trophy Position
38. Serve - Trying to Have a High Ball Toss
39. Serve - Hitting Down on the Serve
40. Serve - Practicing the Toss with just the Tossing Arm
41. Serve - Arms up Together on the Serve
42. Overhead - Getting the Racket up Early

“After 20 years and $400k worth of training, nothing compares to the transformation I experienced with Beyond Tennis in just one week.”
Despite years of intensive training at a world renowned academy and under a former world #2 doubles player, my tennis game was nowhere near elite. One day my forehand was on and my backhand off, the next day it flip flopped. For the amount of training I was putting in, my tournament results were depressing.

Then I found Beyond Tennis. In one week, their revolutionary approach and focus on projective geometry transformed my game. My strokes became fluid and powerful (I even have a video where my forehand looks like Fed's!) This wasn't just an improvement; it was a complete transformation in my mindset and technique. After that week, all I could think was "I wish I had this when I was just starting out."

Now, I step onto the court with a newfound confidence (my coach says it's too much sometimes lol). The difference is clear in every shot I hit. After 20 years and $400k worth of training, nothing compares to the transformation I experienced with Beyond Tennis in just one week. The BT System was so good that I decided to join the company to help stop passionate junior players from making the same mistakes I made.
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Jibran Akhtar

Former D-1 Player, Aspiring Pro, 10.8 UTR

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does Full Community Access cost?

$497 upfront payment then $147/mo thereafter. In other words, it's the cost of two tennis lessons/mo. Imagine getting access to hundreds of videos dedicated to solving every problem you could ever have with your game, monthly video analysis that keep you on the right track, access to a weekly Q&A Mastermind filled with students and experts of the Nonlinear System all learning together, a community that holds you accountable and actually wants you to learn, get better, and truly understand what you're being taught, all for the price of two lessons per month. That's a no-brainer deal if you ask us.

Will I be overwhelmed by the amount of videos there are to watch?

We meticulously organized and designed the material to be searchable and digestible so you don't get lost in the sea of material. Furthermore, you'll be able to ask any questions you have in the weekly Q&A Mastermind.

Do I get 1-on-1 time with Nonlinear System coaches?

You will get a live coaching session to kickoff your membership so we can get a full assessment of your game and get you started on the right track with the system. After that, you'll get a monthly video analysis by a Nonlinear System coach who will give you feedback on your strokes and keep you focused on developing the right parts of the Nonlinear System into your game. The weekly Q&A Masterminds will also be a resource to get all your questions answered (plus, you'll engage in discourse that will help you learn more faster through others' questions and answers).

Why am I expected to teach the material if I am just learning it?

To truly grow and learn, you must enter a zone of uncomfortableness. This is our way of putting you in that zone so you push yourself to really understand the Nonlinear System. The only way you know if you truly understand something is if you're able to communicate it to someone else and they can easily comprehend what you're saying.

What if I don't have the time to be an accountability partner or share my progress with the community?

Studies have shown group accountability and having an accountability partner drastically increase the odds of doing something and actually improving. We want you to learn and get better. That's why these are requirements in Full Community Access. But if you do not have the time for these (even though they don't require more than 20min/wk), then it's not a problem at all.

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Imagine if you could...

Struggling with Inconsistent Results

You're tired of the highs and lows in your performance, never knowing what to expect in each match.

Frustrated with Traditional Coaching

You've tried various coaching methods but still haven't found the progress you're looking for.

Don't Trust Your Swing

You're constantly battling nerves and lack of confidence on the court because of a lack of trust in your swing, affecting your gameplay.

Desire to Play at Higher Levels

You’re a player with a goal of winning tournaments or beating your buddy at the office, but feel stuck at your current level and can't breakthrough to achieve your goal.

Looking for a Holistic Approach

You want a system that improves your technique, mindset, and emotional resilience all using mathematical principles and science. In other words, you’re ready to think, feel, and play different.

Achieve Consistent Performance

Imagine playing with predictable excellence, knowing you can rely on your skills in every match.

Master Effortless Technique

Envision your game transforming with our unique projective geometry-based method, making your play smooth and natural.

Play with Unshakeable Confidence

You dream of stepping onto the court filled with confidence, free from fear and self-doubt because you have a reliable swing.

Reach New Heights in Tennis

Picture yourself finally winning tournaments or beating your friend at work that used to be so much better than you.

Enjoy a Balanced Life

Trust us, it's possible! You can excel in tennis while maintaining a fulfilling life outside the court, blending passion with personal well-being.

This is NOT for you if...

you're looking for a quick fix without commitment or you're not serious about radically changing your approach to tennis. If you're looking for a technique that tries to piece different pieces together to teach tennis instead of being based on a system with core fundamentals and principles, this isn't for you. If you're not open to innovative techniques and prefer traditional methods, this might not be the match for you. We're focused on players ready to invest in a transformative journey, both on and off the court.

Is this for me?

Struggling with Inconsistent Results

You're tired of the highs and lows in your performance, never knowing what to expect in each match.

Frustrated with Traditional Coaching

You've tried various coaching methods but still haven't found the progress you're looking for.

Don't Trust Your Swing

You're constantly battling nerves and lack of confidence on the court because of a lack of trust in your swing, affecting your gameplay.

Desire to Play at Higher Levels

You’re a serious junior player between 8-14 years old and you're aiming for college or professional tennis but feel stuck at your current level.

Looking for a Holistic Approach

You want coaching that improves your technique, mindset, and emotional resilience. In other words, you’re ready to think, feel, and play different.

Imagine if you could...

Achieve Consistent Performance

Imagine playing with predictable excellence, knowing you can rely on your skills in every match.

Master Effortless Technique

Envision your game transforming with our unique projective geometry-based method, making your play smooth and natural.

Play with Unshakeable Confidence

You dream of stepping onto the court filled with confidence, free from fear and self-doubt because you have a reliable swing.

Reach New Heights in Tennis

Picture yourself excelling at the college or professional level, achieving the goals that once seemed out of reach.

Enjoy a Balanced Life

Trust us, it's possible! You can excel in tennis while maintaining a fulfilling life outside the court, blending passion with personal well-being.

This is NOT for you if...

you're looking for a quick fix without commitment or you're not serious about radically changing your approach to tennis. If you're not open to innovative techniques and prefer traditional methods, this might not be the match for you. We're focused on players ready to invest in a transformative journey, both on and off the court.

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