Now place the dominant hand comfortably on top of the handle – and that’s your one-handed backhand grip. This is the most natural way of finding the one-handed backhand grip. You can of course move your hand a milometer forward or backward on the handle to find the right grip for your personal feel for the backhand.
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Correct Technique Through Visual Cues and Feel-based Drills: In many cases, players think they know how the backhand is supposed to be executed, but because of poor coaching and careless observation of the backhands of the pros, the mental image is incorrect. You will know exactly all the technical details of the one-handed backhand using the Technique module, which points out the key checkpoints and positions of the one-handed backhand and which shows you various exercises that will help ...
This is the best two handed backhand course I have taken! Tomaz steers away from the standard "unit turn-racquet back-extension-follow through" advice we have been given by coaches in the past. Here he brings instruction to a new level focusing on bio-mechanics, use of levers and fulcrum points in the joints and how to produce effortless power.
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If you perceive that the racket goes behind, then you will attempt to move your arm as far back as you can in order to match the movement of your body to what you see. That’s a mistake. If you move your arm backwards and add body rotation, you will end up with a backswing that’s too big.
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