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Videos Tennis Lessons
- November 6, 2011
- Backhand Instruction, Drop Shot, Forehand Instruction, Overhead Lessons, Serving Instruction
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Time Magazine's films Novak Djokavic providing lessons on all strokes of the game. Djokavic provides tips on the forehand, backhand, serve, drop shot, and overhead.
Tim Bainton's tips on the backhand slice and topspin.
Part two: The stroke phase.
The one handed Topspin Backhand common threads. Watch how today's top professionals use the same moves when hitting a one handed topspin backhand.
Watch how Federer, Hass, Wawrinka, Youzhny, Gasquet and more all use the same common threads prior to hitting a hand top spin backhand.
Watch how Federer, Murray, Hass, Hewitt, Davydenko, Safin, Tsonga all make the same move when tossing the ball.
Watch how Federer, Haas,Wawrinka, Youhzny and other top professionals use the extact same technique to hit a one handed backhand slice. This video is part of the common thread series on www.tennisoxygen.com
This instructional video will help you develop a strong topspin forehand stroke for tennis. http://yellowballfever.com
The fourth thing that all high level tennis players do when hitting a forehand is to follow through smoothly. Extend out in the direction you are hitting the ball, and then wrap the racket up around your non-hitting arm's shoulder. You want to smoothly turn your wrist over, as if you were checking the time on a watch
This video explains how to find a tennis grip. Grips are EXTREMELY important. They are the foundation for every single shot you hit in tennis. For each particular shot there is a range of grips you can use. Choosing a grip should not be taken lightly because how you hold the racket affects how you swing up to the tennis ball. This, in turn, affects the type of ball you hit and, consequently, it can influence your style of play.
Drill starts out with two players on the service line. One player feeds the ball in while they each close the net and try to finish the point. The goal of this drill is to work on reacting to the ball, closing the net, and proper footwork for playing the net. This drill is great for practicing your volleys
Topspinsports.com tennis pro, Liam Hoare, demonstrates the basics of the forehand for beginners. This is a great introduction for those learning the forehand for the first time or those who are interested in learning some of the basics. This video includes grip demonstration, foot placement, racket placement, contact point, and follow through.