Julian Krinsky founded The Julian Krinsky School of Tennis in 1978. As a former tennis player on the international tennis circuit, Julian played in Wimbledon and the French and Italian Opens. Julian represented his native South Africa and the United States at the Maccabiah Games, where he competed in tennis and squash, winning medals in 1969, 1973, and 1981. The Julian Krinsky School of Tennis is one of the world's foremost tennis programs.
Julian has been asked plenty of tennis related questions over the years and we thought it would be best to chronicle those questions with his educated answers.
Question: Should I use a swinging volley?
Julian says, "The swinging volley is gaining popularity, especially amongst young women. This shot gives greater power at the expense of finesse. Compared to the block or stop volley, good timing is vital to the proper execution of this volley. Indeed, it is a very exciting shot if you can master it."
Question: What do you look for when choosing a doubles partner?