Tennis tip - impact point

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How Ideal Contact Point Unlocks The Power Of Tennis Strokes While tennis technique, meaning the mechanics of the stroke, are crucial for beginners to acquire some basic skills, it's not the answer for hitting powerful shots. You can only hit with effortless power and control if you hit the ball in your ideal contact point. And even though that's so challenging, since every incoming ball is different, most players don't devote any time to working on this part of their game. Another key aspect of tennis is hitting in the sweet spot and you can improve your ability to do that by paying attention to how it feels when you hit the ball.


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Alexander Zverev and Mischa Zverev practice @ Washington Citi Open 2017 (HD)

(Please use 720 p for better quality) The Zverev brothers practicing ahead of the Citi Open in Washington D.C. on July 29th, 2017.

Dietmar Rautenbach tennis director at the Glencoe Club demonstrates the perfect impact point

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