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.
Do you struggle hitting drive with a western or semi-western grip on your forehand side? Creating a strong, penetrating shot with a western grip IS possible, but you must first understand the different forces at play. The key is managing the amount of vertical acceleration (spin) vs the amount of lateral acceleration (drive).
High quality video of Novak Djokovic practicing some forehand and backhand groundstrokes during a warm up in Cincinnati, Ohio. Congratulations to Novak on his recent US Open win, what an amazing year!
Check out Jay's forehand compared to that of Andre Agassi and see how he can improve his technique.
https://www.essentialtennis.com/ Is the windshield wiper follow through something that's really important to your game? How about a straight vs bent arm at contact? Check out this technique analysis that compares Adiallo to Andre Agassi. Thanks to FYB for the video footage! http://www.fuzzyyellowballs.com/
Today we're going to take a look at Sri's forehand groundstroke. In this video I give him three things to continue doing well: -Core Rotation, finishing position, and racket path If he'd like to improve his forehand I offer up three suggestions: -Better initial turn, more of a circular racket path, relax! Check it out!