From the proper grip to adding topspin, here are tips on how to hit a tennis forehand with winning spin, depth and precision.
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Spin Your Way to a Winning Game
Ball spin is clearly one of the most important factors related to ball control in tennis. Here are a few tips to make ball spin work to your advantage.
The Three Forehand Finishes
When it comes to pace and spin, follow-through is key. Legendary coach Robert Lansdorp explains how the three forehand finishes of the modern game can help control points and dictate wins.
Tennis Video: Forehand Basics
Gilad Bloom explains the fundamentals of the cornerstone of tennis technique with this video tip from PlaySportsTV.com. Step 1 involves the proper grip for the modern forehand.
Tennis Video: Forehand Basics Part Two
Gilad Bloom explains the fundamentals of the cornerstone of tennis technique with this video tip from PlaySportsTV.com. Step 2 teaches you the proper swing and follow-through for a well-executed forehand.
Tennis Video: Forehand Basics Part Three
Gilad Bloom explains the fundamentals of the cornerstone of tennis technique with this video tip from PlaySportsTV.com. Step 3 emphasizes the importance of footwork and technique for a well-executed forehand.
Tennis Drill: Cross-Court Forehand
This drill is designed to work specifically on shot placement and accuracy of the forehand. The better the players become at hitting cross-court, the harder they can hit the ball.
Tennis Drill: Down the Lines
Perfect your shot making with this drill designed to improve your down-the-line accuracy.
Tennis Drill: One Corner - Baseline
The goal of this drill is to have one player move side to side while keeping the ball in play. This will improve player's stamina due to extensive sprinting, and also improve accuracy as the return should be hit to only one corner.