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Federer Forehand – Smashing Power of A Tennis Pro

October 5, 2011

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This tennis video will show you the smashing power of Federer’s forehand style. There are only two known tennis grips; Eastern grip and the Continental grip. With Roger Federer, this is such a powerful smashing hit against the opponent. Observe how he moves his shoulders as well as his left arm to give a momentum […]

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Back Foot Up – Improving Your Lawn Tennis Footwork

September 7, 2011

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Tennis Footwork is very important in the game. It identifies your ability to maneuver and move quickly to response to every hit with the ball. For those you who are still starting, footwork does affect the power of your hitting the ball. Some players are easily defeated simply because they lack some footwork. Note that […]

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Topspin – A Tennis Technique to Intimidate the Opponent

August 11, 2011

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Topspin is an appreciable buzz word in tennis. Everyone wants to put more in their groundstroke and serve. But what exactly is topspin, and what does it do at the tennis ball that makes hitting it with this technique so desirable? As its name suggests, it is a spin placed on the tennis ball that […]

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Backhand – Tennis Tutorial

August 8, 2011

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In the previous video, we Liam Shelbourne talked about the forehand skill. In this video, he will be talking about the backhand skill. Again, backhand and forehand skills are the basics of playing tennis. Likewise, there are some things that we need to take note here. 1. Observe that in backhand, you will be holding […]

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Forehand – Tennis Tutorial

August 8, 2011

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Forehand is probably the most basic of all tennis tutorials. It is the very first thing that you will learn as a skill in tennis. In this video, Liam Shelbourne gave us a detailed instruction on how exactly can we execute this skill. Some important notes: 1. Practice your forehand grip. Look for the V-shape […]

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