Rules for contest:
Quality of the kick Serve: Height of the bounce, Curve & Kick, And Where the second bounce lands.
Clay courts do not count due to lines changing directions. Cracks in tennis courts do not count Either. All Surfaces must be a hard court.
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You must serve from the Left side if you are Left handed. Please Re-post to Win!........................
other than that Nice looking Top spin serve. Great Height on the ball.
Kick serves are to easy for players on the Opposite side because a Player can simply do a spin serve and not a kick. This reason is the player is facing the direction he/she is hitting in
So a left handed player serving on the left side his/her is facing away from the direction they are hitting thus making the serve motion more difficult.
So if you can kick/twist serve from the right hand side being right handed you have a great kick. or if you can kick/twist serve on the left side being Lefty you have a great Kick.
With no Practice or training. I try to demonstrate the Kick/Twist. With some video editing I can show the Type of spin necessary for a Kick. but I'm short and out of practice. But I get lucky with a couple of shots that show the spin some what.