Last night Tennys Sandgren beat #5 in the world, Dominic Thiem in an epic five set match at the Australian Open. He now plays Hyeon Chung in the quarter finals who just passed by Djokovic in three tight sets.
For the last three summers, Tennys Sandgren has been working out with Lateral Edge when he comes to the north shore. As he put it to us when he was training, "Tennis has changed. You can't just be about the big serve or return. You have to control the center of the court." Whether it's hockey, tennis, football, etc., the stop and start are one of the most crucial components of any sport. That's what our workouts help with and Tennys knows it. It's going to be an extremely tough match tonight and we're rooting for him!
This summer, we'll be doing customized programs for small groups to increase speed and agility on the ice, court and field.
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