His forehand was already his biggest shot, but like so many tennis players it was also a liability. He'd commonly hit two or three great shots in a row but then blow it with an unforced error.
The vast majority of tennis players simply don't get the as much out of their groundstrokes as they put into them. Why? They don't use their body effectively or efficiently. Today's video tennis lesson is going to show you my favorite drill to get the feeling for finally using your
Trying to analyze and figure out how to copy the pros can be a daunting task so I've boiled down one of the most deadly swings of all time into 6 simple elements! In this video you'll learn what I believe to be the most foundational and therefore impactful parts of Roger Federer's forehand
You're about to watch a forehand transformation. A recent student of ours came in as a strong 4.5 player, looking to reach the next level in his game. His forehand was already his biggest shot, but like so many tennis players it was also a liability. He'd commonly hit two or three great
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Knowing exactly when to hit an inside in vs. inside out forehand can often mean the difference between winning or losing a point... Here are some simple tips to keep you in the point and out of trouble! Learn to place your groundstrokes ON A DIME with this coaching - Click Here! Comments?
Want to hit your forehands on a dime? Click Here! Hit laser guided passing shots with ease - Click Here! Tired of sending forehands sailing past the baseline? Here is how to reign them in WITHOUT sacrificing power. Making the correct adjustment is vital to your success on the court and the video above
Learn how to anticipate your opponent's every move so you can win more matches – Click Here! Develop your psychic powers so you can know exactly what your opponents will do next - Click Here! Everyone can agree that wrist tension play a tremendous role in forehand technique... But how much (or little) tension
Nothing is more frustrating than developing a case of "the shanks" and regularly mis-hitting the ball. Good news: you've may have developed a bad habit but you don't have to be stuck with it! In the video above I'll show you exactly how to snap out of it.
Using one or two hands on your backhand might seem like a negligible difference... But in reality the two are very different shots, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Here's what you need to know to choose the right style for yourself.