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Secret Forehand Timing Tip: Learn How to Hit Forehands on the Rise Like Roger Federer

Tennis Tip: Ever have trouble with the high ball? Today I uncover the top 3 mistakes you are making and how to fix them.

If you do this exercise with me you will be taking the ball on the rise like Roger Federer in no time....

Enjoy this video and make sure to follow along with me.…

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Added by Peter Freeman on March 5, 2014 at 9:28am — No Comments

How to Buy a Racket in 2014

Many tennis players ask me how do i buy a tennis racket. Buying a tennis racket is a very important decision. The first thing you want to consider is what level tennis player are you? Beginner intermediate or advanced.

The next thing you want to asking when deciding on a tennis racket is...what do you want the racket to do for you? Are you look for more power or control on your shots?



And the final thing to consider is…

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Added by Peter Freeman on December 31, 2013 at 10:47am — No Comments

Backhand Return Exercise

The backhand return can be tricky for lots of tennis players to master. Most people end up hitting off the back leg and the ball pops up. This exercise will help you develop muscle memory that will have you moving forward through the ball. Enjoy.

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Added by Peter Freeman on December 14, 2013 at 9:33am — No Comments

Ever Wonder How Topspin Works?

Understanding how topspin works will hopefully help you get over your fear of going for your shots, especially when hitting your second serve with a continental grip. Watch this video for further explaination.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xstnvgqt_X0&feature=youtu.be

Added by Peter Freeman on December 10, 2013 at 7:45am — 1 Comment

Just Add a Dash for the Perfect Slice

This is a fun video that demonstrates how to add the right amount of under spin to you slice forehand or backhand. The key is you don't want to add too much cut on your ball, which is what most club players try to do. This exaggerated cut motion results in a ball that floats too much and has no pace.

What you want to do is be…

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Added by Peter Freeman on March 16, 2012 at 5:30am — No Comments

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