As the answer would take too long for this website, it is best to refer to the WilsonRacquet.net* link, below, which gives advice on how to become a professional tennis player. * (n.b., WilsonRacquet.net is not affiliated with the Wilson Sporting Goods company)
Practice makes perfect! (Use a wall or a friend for practice)
Hovever, here are a few tips that work wonders:
And if you only do one thing off this list, PRACTICE!
Hope this helps
By learning how to play tennis and then see if you're any good at it!
Start playing as young as posbL, like age 4, have the good fortune of a privledged upbringing to train and play constantly, no expen$e is spared in your training and traveling in pursuit of excellence, amongst all the lucky youngsters who are provided this luxurious opportunity, add natural born talent to these necessary prior ingredients, then add hard work and desire amongst those select few, then maybe, you might have a chance to be world class status, oh, I'm sorry, u meant a 'good' tennis player, just play a few times per week for at least 5 straight years, you can prob become a GOOD player
You try out for the team and practice really hard. At most colleges you can contact the coach via the school office if you would like.
No, you do not have to go to college to become a tennis player. Some professionals go right out into tournaments from high school. The college-or-no-college debate for tennis players has been around for a while, but it all depends on the skill level of the player.
LLLLLOOOOOOOONNNNGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!! You have to train every day for a few hours for quite a while to become a tennis player! IF you wanna become a tennis player then i wish you good luck
you keep practicing your skills, and become a professional!
Go to college.
She became a professional golf player in 2000.
Yes. Stanford Universy
the best path to become a professinal tennis player is follows: first of all u have determination,commitment and so on.. then the way is to ask the professinal tennis players like sania,mahesh bhupathi..
Basicly... your entire life.
No Minimum Height! :)
American tennis player Mary Pierce became famous for being a successful professional tennis player. She ended her career after winning four different Grand Slam events.
Andy Murray turned pro in 2004/