One of the most common mistakes rec players—and even junior players commit with their forehand is they turn the palm as they’re hitting the ball. What this does is […] Read More
So, what is the buggy whip down-the-line winner? It’s actually a really fun shot that will make your opponents scratch their heads to frustration, because […] Read More
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Holding on to your finish longer: seems like a pretty simple thing to perform on the court. You just hold your finish longer after you swing, either while stationary or on the move, and that’s it. But what does it really do? […] Read More
Here’s a reality check: a lot of players are not using their off-arm and hands correctly on the forehand. It’s bent, it’s contorted, it’s close to the body. So, how do you correct this, to give yourself more space, more power, and more consistency on your forehand? […] Read More
So, what’s the problem? A lot of players – not all, but a lot of players, when they hold the racket, their fingers are very close to each other. This is okay, but the index finger should be an exception. This is a small mistake that is pretty much overlooked by coaches. […] Read More