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You made some really good tips and I really liked the 2nd game you guys played. Thanks!
Also, the apex of the ball flight must not be at the net, but way before.
Another great video from Jack Sock
Great video guys! Thank you!
Um.. great video, some good drills, but you didn't show a single drop shot…??!
Guys thanks for the terrific tips, but at a certain level it becomes really difficult to do in a match siruation…..it would be very helpful to see you perform the dropshot in a real rally. I really enjoy your lessons!
For me, the #1 thing besides the Continental grip is a RELAXED grip. You mentioned "soft hands", but some listeners might not understand that to include a relaxed grip. Also, personally I think that the idea of "coming under the ball more" and ending in a waiter's tray position is dangerous. You do not want any unnecessary wrist movement during the 4-8 millisecond period when the ball is on the racquet. It is fine to finish as you demonstrate but if this is done during ball contact the result will be unpredictable. One of the best drills is to use the wall, esp. one with a mark at waist (net) height and practice against it. You can easily tell if you are hitting too hard, too flat, too high, etc. and in 10 minutes you can get a great workout on this stroke. Experiment with the length and height of the backswing and see how much slice you can get without aggressively chopping down on the ball.
Nice work as always, boys! Thanks for all the tips
The feet thing is bullshit. If you hit forehands closed stance, everyone will be able to see your open stance drop shots from a mile away. Nothing about your feet or body weight is different. It’s just a flick of the wrist. Look at all the masters. Federer, Fognini, Paire, Santoro, etc. Perfect disguise.
Brilliant! For a second I thought you guys are going to play Pickle Ball! LOL. Fantastic video, from a couple of super classy guys. Keep it up guys.
I like the game part which reminds me that more drills for "fitness" might be useful. If we keep the line of the adult audience who learned late the sport…we don't know any game, drill, exercise that comes natural to others (the adults who used to play…btw, those have great hands)
Buddy on the right should be a hair model
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