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Double-Handed Backhand: 5 Tips to Turn Your Weakness Into Strength

Are you frustrated with your double-handed backhand? Well, majority of the players could hit some good forehand and play a decent game but the problem is always the backhand. That is what distinguishes the beginner from intermediate or good player from great one. When you are to judge a player,...

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Tennis Backhand: One handed Backhand or Two Handed Backhand?

Tennis players need to know how to use the right shot in different situations so that they can win points from their opponents. It is inevitable that you have to use tennis backhand in a rally. When you are learning tennis, you have the choice of learning two types of backhand and they are the...

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How To Feel The Correct Racket Path For Forehand And Backhand Groundstrokes

When we talk about the racket path of the tennis forehand and backhand groundstrokes to tennis beginners, having them to visualize the racket head's path for the forehand and backhand groundstrokes is easier than just verbal instructions. However if they are able to feel the racket path and do it...

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Develop Tennis Groundstroke Flexibility To Move Your Tennis To The Next Level

Tennis players are able improve their groundstrokes and shots through a mix of repetition and practice in training and coaching sessions. The ability to work on your shot over and over again and eliminate errors is the key reason why coaching is so important. Structured coaching also allows...

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Tennis Forehand: Powerful Tip To Allow You To Have More Power and Control

One of the most common question that tennis players ask me is how to generate more power and control on the tennis forehand. I think the key to this question is the way a player prepares for the shot. Let me explain why. Very often when setting-up the racket behind the path of the ball players...

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Tennis Forehand: Why Your Non Hitting Hand Is Crucial To Your Stroke

In this article, I am going to share about the importance of your non hitting hand when you are hitting your tennis forehand. The reason why I am sharing this is that I often see players who do not put full force into their forehand shots, and therefore they do not have full follow through after...

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Federer Forehand Analysis: Learning From the Tennis Genius

The Federer forehand is considered among the most striking and superb tennis strokes today in tennis. His forehand is powerful, elegant, and adaptable that is always magnificent to see every time he plays the sport. The superiority and grace, and ability of his forehand in one of the finest that...

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Which Forehand Grip Should You Use

A good forehand grip can do wonders for you and help you win against your opponent. Tennis involves using different strategies and being quick about using them to make the game challenging and tricky for your opponent. There are a few tennis forehand grips that you should consider according to...

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Tennis Serve : Serving Fast, Yet Effortlessly

In today’s article, I have the great pleasure to share with you some great tips on tennis serve. I have obtained permission from Tomaz Mencinger of Slovenia to share some insights on the tennis serve. Tomaz is a great tennis coach and I have followed his articles and videos for sometime. I would...

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Tennis Kick Serve: 5 Steps To A Successful Kick Serve

The kick serve is probably the most effective tennis serve – or one of them at least. The truth is that the kick (or twist) serve is one that is guaranteed to hit the court at a safe place, but it doesn’t have to skim too close to the net in order to avoid hitting it out of bounds. Most players...

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