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  • Hitting on the rise is extremely important as a tennis player.  But amateurs can struggle with this shot due to the difficult swing timing that’s necessary. @donaldyoungjr shows us the correct swing timing on this shot:
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1. In most cases, you can use your normal swing shape (loop swing). If the ball is hit extremely hard shorten your loop. •
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2.  Time the drop of your swing so you finish dropping the racket as the ball bounces close to you. •
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3.  Continue swinging and you’ll hit the ball as it’s rising up from the bounce. •
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Video Credit🎥: @tennisacademy101 
YouTube https://youtu.be/CThVUYoCHAc
  • Hitting on the rise is extremely important as a tennis player. But amateurs can struggle with this shot due to the difficult swing timing that’s necessary. @donaldyoungjr shows us the correct swing timing on this shot: • • 1. In most cases, you can use your normal swing shape (loop swing). If the ball is hit extremely hard shorten your loop. • • 2. Time the drop of your swing so you finish dropping the racket as the ball bounces close to you. • • 3. Continue swinging and you’ll hit the ball as it’s rising up from the bounce. • • Video Credit🎥: @tennisacademy101 YouTube https://youtu.be/CThVUYoCHAc
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  • @tomasberdych shows us how to keep your head still through the contact:
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1.  When you turn initially for your forehand or two handed backhand, have your chin resting on your front shoulder (one handers can do the same but it differs later on in the swing). •
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2. Keep your head super still during contact. Imagine you have a glass of water on your head and you don’t want to spill it.
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3. Rotate your body under your head and finish with your chin resting on your back shoulder. •
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Video Credit 🎥: @tennisacademy101 - YouTube https://youtu.be/Mp09VuDUQ34
  • @tomasberdych shows us how to keep your head still through the contact: • • 1. When you turn initially for your forehand or two handed backhand, have your chin resting on your front shoulder (one handers can do the same but it differs later on in the swing). • • 2. Keep your head super still during contact. Imagine you have a glass of water on your head and you don’t want to spill it. • • 3. Rotate your body under your head and finish with your chin resting on your back shoulder. • • Video Credit 🎥: @tennisacademy101 - YouTube https://youtu.be/Mp09VuDUQ34
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  • @garbimuguruza demonstrates 6 check points you can copy to help improve your backhand:
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1. Athletic and balanced ready position. •
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2. Take your racket back 180 degrees. You should be sideways to your target, your back elbow should be out away from your body, your head and the racket head should be at a similar height, and the tip of your racket should be pointing up. •
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3. Drop the racket down below contact and tilt the strings slightly toward the ground (closed). •
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4. Swing up to contact making sure your strings point toward your targets impact. Your should be swinging low to high to impart topspin (brush the ball). •
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5. Extend out toward your target. You should feel like you’re handing your racket to your opponent. •
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6. Relaxed finish over your shoulder. •
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Video credit 🎥: @tennisacademy101 
YouTube: https://youtu.be/uaStqcK3S3Q
  • @garbimuguruza demonstrates 6 check points you can copy to help improve your backhand: • • 1. Athletic and balanced ready position. • • 2. Take your racket back 180 degrees. You should be sideways to your target, your back elbow should be out away from your body, your head and the racket head should be at a similar height, and the tip of your racket should be pointing up. • • 3. Drop the racket down below contact and tilt the strings slightly toward the ground (closed). • • 4. Swing up to contact making sure your strings point toward your targets impact. Your should be swinging low to high to impart topspin (brush the ball). • • 5. Extend out toward your target. You should feel like you’re handing your racket to your opponent. • • 6. Relaxed finish over your shoulder. • • Video credit 🎥: @tennisacademy101 YouTube: https://youtu.be/uaStqcK3S3Q
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  • It’s critical when going to net that you have a clean and properly timed split step.  Here’s @vichka35 showing us how it’s done.
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Video credit 🎥: @yo.tenista
  • It’s critical when going to net that you have a clean and properly timed split step. Here’s @vichka35 showing us how it’s done. • • Video credit 🎥: @yo.tenista
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  • Here are 6 check points you can copy from @djokernole to help improve your backhand:
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1. Have an athletic and alert ready position. •
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2. Turn your body 90 degrees and take you racket back 180 degrees. You should have changed your bottom hand to a continental grip and the tip of the racket should be pointing up. •
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3. Drop the racket down below contact and tilt the strings down toward the ground (closed racket). •
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4. Swing up to contact and brush up the ball of the ball for topspin. Your strings should be facing your target and your hips are really turning toward the net at the point. •
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5. Extend out toward your target (feel like you’re handing your racket to your opponent). Your back foot should be up on the toe at this point which shows you turned your hips fully into the shot. •
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6. Let your racket head relax behind your head and have your hands around eye level.
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Video credit 🎥: @tennisacademy101
  • Here are 6 check points you can copy from @djokernole to help improve your backhand: • • 1. Have an athletic and alert ready position. • • 2. Turn your body 90 degrees and take you racket back 180 degrees. You should have changed your bottom hand to a continental grip and the tip of the racket should be pointing up. • • 3. Drop the racket down below contact and tilt the strings down toward the ground (closed racket). • • 4. Swing up to contact and brush up the ball of the ball for topspin. Your strings should be facing your target and your hips are really turning toward the net at the point. • • 5. Extend out toward your target (feel like you’re handing your racket to your opponent). Your back foot should be up on the toe at this point which shows you turned your hips fully into the shot. • • 6. Let your racket head relax behind your head and have your hands around eye level. • • Video credit 🎥: @tennisacademy101
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  • ⬇️Here’s how I help you win more matches⬇️
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  • ⬇️Here’s how I help you win more matches⬇️ • • 100’s of video lessons here on Instagram (FREE) • • My instructional website 2MinuteTennis.net. You can join for $10/mo or use coupon code DOLLAR and join for $1/mo for 12 months. • • Video Private Lessons where you send me 10-20 second video of a stroke you want me to fix and I’ll send you back a 20-30 minute video private lesson that shows you everything you need to do to win more matches and play better tennis. ($50/lesson) • • I know how to get you playing your best tennis. Let’s work together to make it happen. • • Students who join my site AND get video lessons with me improve more than their competitors. Period.
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  • 🔥I know these situations are NOT exactly identical. Please understand the basic idea I’m trying to teach here before you blast me.😊🔥
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When you’re at the net, your opponent is off to one side, and you have a relatively easy volley, try hitting short volleys. It’ll make it nearly impossible for your opponent to run the ball down.
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Video credit 🎥: @usopen
  • 🔥I know these situations are NOT exactly identical. Please understand the basic idea I’m trying to teach here before you blast me.😊🔥 • • When you’re at the net, your opponent is off to one side, and you have a relatively easy volley, try hitting short volleys. It’ll make it nearly impossible for your opponent to run the ball down. • • Video credit 🎥: @usopen
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  • Here are two skills you can learn from @rogerfederer to help improve your game:
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1. Serve and volley. After serving, you should take 3 steps and then split step in no-mans land. The split step should be timed so that you’re airborne AS your opponent makes contact with the ball. •
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2. Scissor kick overhead. When your opponent hits a good lob over your head, turn immediately, get your racket up, and either do a cross over step or sidestep to get back to the ball. Once you’re ready to hit, jump up and backward off of your back leg, hit the overhead while in the air, and then land on your opposite (what used to be “front”) leg. Your legs “scissor” in the air...hence the name. 😊
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Video credit🎥 @jacobjbam
  • Here are two skills you can learn from @rogerfederer to help improve your game: • • 1. Serve and volley. After serving, you should take 3 steps and then split step in no-mans land. The split step should be timed so that you’re airborne AS your opponent makes contact with the ball. • • 2. Scissor kick overhead. When your opponent hits a good lob over your head, turn immediately, get your racket up, and either do a cross over step or sidestep to get back to the ball. Once you’re ready to hit, jump up and backward off of your back leg, hit the overhead while in the air, and then land on your opposite (what used to be “front”) leg. Your legs “scissor” in the air...hence the name. 😊 • • Video credit🎥 @jacobjbam
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