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http://bit.ly/DuelG330 Developed with input from Stanislas Wawrinka, the VCORE Duel G 97 (330) is a very solid player's racquet. Like its predecessor (the Tour G 330), this stick is perfect for experienced ball strikers who want the rock solid stability and ball crushing plow-through of a traditional player's racquet. This model also features Yonex's new Tough G Fiber, a uniquely resilient material added to the frame's midsection to help the racquet return more energy to ball. Other updates include Yonex's new Lock Booster System - a technology that features tighter spacing between the upper cross strings as well as ridges in the grommet channels to minimize string movement. The result is greater control (and confidence) when attacking the ball. From the baseline the Duel G 330 does not get pushed around. Big hitters who can deploy this racquet's mass will be able to drive the ball powerfully and accurately through the court. Thanks to Yonex’s time-tested Isometric head shape, this racquet’s compact 97in² head feels generous without sacrificing an ounce of precision. At net this stick plays fast for the weight, and there's easy depth to be had on block volleys. Finally, the Duel G 330 remains wonderfully steady when redirecting the pace of big serves. With this update, Yonex has delivered a formidable weapon to advanced players and strong intermediates. With its stable feel, easy targeting and ball-crushing momentum, the VCORE Duel G 97 is a very solid player's racquet.
http://www.feeltennis.net/improve-timing-tennis/ Timing in tennis is often overlooked because there so much attention put into technique. As if correct technique would solve all your tennis problems. If you're an adult recreational tennis player, then poor timing and rhythm and most likely causes for most of your errors and not really incorrect technique. The following drills help you improve timing in tennis, develop better rhythm and consequently improve your consistency and the ability to generate power.
Decided to make this video in celebration of Federers most recent Grand Slam! One notable point thats missing is the Wimbledon 2008 passing shot. I tried to take the entire point into consideration, not just one shot, which is why that pass is absent. With that being said enjoy the video!
Some tennis shots are so crazy, so unexpected and so rare that you probably wouldn't believe them - unless they were filmed! Don't forget to like, comment, share and subscribe so you don't miss out on future videos. 20 Tennis shots if they were not filmed, NOBODY would believe them Tennis Time
Racquet of choice by Stanislas Wawrinka, the VCORE Tour G (330) has impressive stability, plow through and precision. Advanced players who swing big will be able to hit a heavy, spin loaded ball with this one. Even more impressive is this stick's accuracy on full swings, a fact that should enable aggressive ball strikers to step on the gas and close out points. While the overall feel is crisp, Yonex adds some arm-friendly flexibility to the shaft with its Neo CS Carbon Nanotube material. From the baseline plush and very stable against pace. Even the upper hoop feels solid thanks in part to the addition of Micro Core technology, which strengthens the racquet at 10 & 2 o'clock. Not only does the racquet have enough plow-through, pop and spin potential to satisfy the modern power player, it's also solid enough for the grinding counter puncher who likes to redeploy incoming pace with relentless consistency and placement. At net this one is rock solid and unfazed by pace. It has enough mass to keep defensive stabs deep, with plenty of "put-away power" for those who punch the ball with authority. Serving with this one is all about control. However, for those who can get the mass moving, there is definitely some heat to be had. All in all Yonex has produced another stick that will give 4.5+ players everything needed to play at a very high level.