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closest thing Ive have found to what I do & Teach

follow to this guys youtube. i think hes good
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Comment by Tim Prapong on March 15, 2012 at 11:39pm

So you teach at that Concourse club and at an apartment complex? That's cool.

Comment by CoachV - William Vazquez on March 15, 2012 at 9:28pm

It's still a good video. The guy lives in Irvine and does his lessons at an apartment complex, from what I understand.

That Sounds Exactly like ME!

Comment by Tim Prapong on March 12, 2012 at 2:07pm

It's still a good video. The guy lives in Irvine and does his lessons at an apartment complex, from what I understand.

Comment by CoachV - William Vazquez on March 12, 2012 at 1:56pm

opening up to do a cross court shot is not really a bad thing. but this video is simple and talks about enough key points for this to be an advance lesson.  i can simplify it more so but thats my style

Comment by Tim Prapong on March 12, 2012 at 12:00pm

No, I don't see those problems in your jumping backhand video. Your shoulder blade has a full turn, your forearm went all the way back because you wound up your hands to your other shoulder, and your front leg went down far enough and your hips turned into the ball.

Comment by Tim Prapong on March 12, 2012 at 11:55am

I think he says he's normally a two handed player, if I remember correctly. I've seen his other videos.

Comment by CoachV - William Vazquez on March 12, 2012 at 5:16am

wow..... i didnt notice before. but if you look at my vids hitting you can see the same? no?

Comment by Tim Prapong on March 12, 2012 at 1:40am

Straight back backhand, without the slight Fed loop. It is good, but that backhand will get in trouble on the high ones, without a doubt, just like Fed's.

He should've held his shoulder blade to the ball longer and bring his arm behind more for coil. So he armed his backhand with a straight arm and falls to the side falling on his left leg.

I should see his hitting forearm slide behind his elbow for more racquet head speed. Instead he left it straight and I see his forearm the entire time. Fed tucks his forearm behind the elbow. Even Laver tucked his elbow bent for more racquet head speed.

Last thing is his front leg doesn't bend much. He hopped forwards into it, then fell to the side. He could have a bigger hip coil, stayed balanced to get more power.

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