Struggling to get more power on your forehand? Curious on where that power you see from everyone comes from? Or do you just want to take your forehand game to the next level? If so, then this video is definitely a must-watch.

The key to fixing this power problem of the forehand is your grip and proper placement of the racket. By placing your hand around the racket and applying just enough pressure on your grip, you can maximize your swing power and acceleration.

Being graceful on the court is one way to ease this fixing process. Always remember: do not be nervous; let go of that stiffness and flow freely on the court. And that’s it! Be sure to watch this video for more in-depth details on how you can add more power to your forehand swing.

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8 Comments

  1. Steve says:

    good stuff Jeff. thx

  2. LTC says:

    One of the important aspects of the forehand that you didn’t mention, is what is the wrist doing during the swing? As I understand it, the wrist should be cocked back and held as you hit the ball and then released as you finish the swing. Videos of Federer specifically show this. This is one of the more confusing aspects of the forehand. What is your take on this?

    • Jeff Salzenstein says:

      Honestly, I don’t think about this. I focus on relaxation at the right time. It’s a good point to bring up though.

  3. Robert Karolkiewicz says:

    good lesson

  4. Noushin says:

    Many thanks for sharing your experience!

  5. Andy Carlson says:

    Jeff, your stuff is so spot on! Thanks for what you do!

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