Your weak return of serve is costing you matches.
Ever face an opponent with a solid kick serve that relentlessly attacked your high backhand return? Probably wasn’t an enjoyable experience...
Well, Pat Rafter knows a thing or two about how to return a kick serve - he had one of the best of all time. He saw what his opponents struggled with. So he developed a two-step process for returning the kicker that he put to use against his peers - guys like Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, and Jim Courier.
What’s interesting is that the return presents you with a huge opportunity to improve your results.
How many of your opponents have weak second serves? Serves that they are “just getting in.”
Well, many recreational players make the mistake of trying to hit winners off of those serves. Now, if you can do that consistently by all means stick with it. But most players can’t.
Pat’s return approach, where he applies consistent pressure to his opponents with this 2-step return technique, is a great alternative.
It’s high percentage and it will really get in your opponent’s head.
And if you master Pat’s return technique AND his kick serve, which he showed you earlier in this free training series...? Well, now you’re in complete control of BOTH ends of the court.
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