How To Hit A Tennis Backhand | Modern One Handed Backhand in 3 Steps

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How To Hit The Perfect Tennis Forehand In 5 Simple Steps How To Hit The Perfect Tennis Forehand In 5 Simple Steps. In this video Top Tennis Training coach Simon Konov will help you hit the perfect tennis forehand in five simple to follow steps. The tennis forehand can be complex as there are so many aspects to focus on. The grip lays the foundation for your swing path and the style of forehand you will be able to hit so it's crucial you find the correct grip to suit your game. We recommend using the semi western forehand grip as this allows for good levels of topspin but also the ability to flatten out the tennis forehand shot if you want to attack. Five Steps To The Perfect Forehand 1. Good Ready Position - Having a good ready position with the racket head higher than the grip level, holding the throat or grip with your non hitting hand and set up with the racket in the middle of your body will set you up perfectly for the rest of the stroke. Having a poor ready position will cost you valuable time and make the swing more complicated. 2. Unit Turn - As early as possible after you recognise the ball is coming to your forehand side, try to turn your upper body sideways onto the ball/net. This will be your left shoulder if you're a right handed player. This unit turn will help you prepare the racket into the back position without having to swing as much with your arm alone and also engage the core muscles to help you have the coil - uncoil motion of the trunk later in the stroke. 3. Good Power Position - Reaching a good power or back position with the racket head higher than the grip level will create good leverage in the racket and arm. The non hitting hand should be across the body helping you balance the upper body but also tracking the oncoming ball. 4. Racket Lag - Creating a good racket lag where the head of the racket lags behind the grip will give you that leverage over the ball that you need for extra power and control. This action should happen naturally without forcing the wrist to bend, it should happen as a result of the stroke mechanics but also by setting up in a good power position, you set the foundation for creating good racket lag on the tennis forehand. 5. Good Follow Through and Finish - A poor follow through and finish can destroy the stroke but also lead to injury. During the contact zone, you want the racket to be accelerating and not slowing down, unless you're absorbing power on the shot. For the most part you want the racket travelling through the contact point with good speed and you want to finish the follow through at the very end of the maximum swing path. A good finish will help the muscles relax in a natural way and reduce the risk of injury.

How "Lifting" The Ball Helps You Play Better If you're hitting a lot of shots into the net you may be imagining your groundstrokes incorrectly, meaning you're thinking in straight lines. That defines your technique of the strokes meaning you're also swinging very horizontally and therefore the ball doesn't have any "lift". We can develop this "lifting" part of the stroke by starting with very high shots and then working our way down gradually. When we do that repeatedly we'll subconsciously implement this lifting part of the swing that will help us hit much more consistently over the net even when we decide that we want to play lower and faster forehands and backhands in our tennis matches or practice sessions.

Massive Topspin Forehands in 3 Simple Steps

Today's Tennis Lesson: Massive Topspin Forehands in 3 Simple Steps Get your Bonus Training Here: Tennis can be a very frustrating game if you feel out of control on your forehand groundstroke. Many people think hitting topspin on your forehand adds more power to your shot. That is actually NOT true. Adding more Topspin on the forehand allows you to gain control over the ball. Having Massive Topspin on your forehand has many benefits. Here is a Quick List I made of Benefits of a Topspin Forehand: 1. More control of the tennis ball 2. More consistency 3. More Freedom to swing aggressively on your Forehand 4. More winners...because you can swing more aggressively on your will start to hit more winners 5. Gives your opponent a more difficult ball to return. Topspin forehands jump or skip up at your opponent. They also bounce higher off the court than flat balls...this also you to challenge your opponents tennis skills by getting the ball out of your opponents strike zone. As you can see there are many benefits to a topspin forehand so get out there today and start practicing!

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