As he starts his forehand stroke, he begins it by turning the upper body and then he coils his left arm bringing it in front of his body. At this stage, the racket is still facing down. Once the opponent returns the ball, Federer’s head is stationary. A steady head position is one main key of the forehand stroke. Racket head speed and footwork
Tennis Forehand Technique – 8 Steps To A Modern Forehand Step 1: The Grip How you grip the racket is very important for your forehand because the grip translates the feel from... Step 2: The Ready Position & State Now that we’ve set the grip right, we need to get in a ready position. I often see... ...
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First, having the racquet tip up. Second, keeping the arms bent and relaxed while holding a semi western or eastern forehand grip. When you practice your tennis forehand, focus on getting your elbow away from the body during the first move. When you keep the elbow away from the body, your racquet strings will be closed.
Great instruction from Ian, I suffered the same problem as the video student and your lessons were very clear on how to solve the poor forehand stroke. Congrats keep illustrating your audience with such magnificent instruction. Will like to see a similar lesson on the serve and how to handle heavy top spin on forehand and backhand.
Tennis Forehand Exercise #1: Squat—. find the power rack at your gym, put minimal weight on it to start and stand with your feet at shoulder’s width apart. Stand so that the bar will be balanced in the middle of your upper back. Grip the bar with your hands slightly more wide than your shoulders.
http://www.Top-Tennis-Training.com/How To Hit The Perfect Tennis Forehand In 5 Simple Steps.In this video, Top Tennis Training coach Simon Konov will help yo...
Learning the Forehand: For Beginners. Making contact with the ball: Try to make contact with the ball when it is not directly in front of you. If you are right-handed, you should make contact a little off to your right side. The ball should be a little bit in front of you.
Here is how to hit a forehand groundstroke in six steps: Preparation. When your opponent makes contact with the tennis ball take light split step opening up your legs. As the ball approaches stay in that open stance position as you rotate your hips, shoulders and arms as part of the take back.