Technical fundamentals of the game

Improving Technique

This section will cover all the main shots in tennis: serve, return, forehand, backhand, volley, and overhead. In each section, you will find several video clips that will help your players improve balance, speed, spin and control.

More importantly, after reviewing each section you will have a better understanding of the most important technical fundamentals of the game. You will find that it is much easier to play with solid technique.
Improving Serve
In this section, you will find everything you need to develop the serve your player always wanted.
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Improving Return
Learning to block fast serves, chip and charge, and returning spin serves are skill sets that must be targeted and developed.
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Improving Forehand
After reviewing the videos in our forehand technique section you will have a much better understanding of all the important technical fundamentals of the forehand and will know exactly how to correct common mistakes.
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Improving Backhand
By understanding and practicing the technical fundamentals in these videos, you will be well on your way to a more efficient and reliable backhand groundstroke.
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Improving Volley
As you will learn from the videos in our volley technique section, when volleying, less is more. A “quiet” racquet and the integration of all the fundamentals described in the videos will get you ready to handle anything coming at you when at the net.
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Improving Overhead
The first step to becoming a confident net player is making sure the opponent cannot beat you with the easiest shot in their arsenal, the lob. If you are one of those players that panics every time you see a lob coming at you, you are in the right section.

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Improving Footwork
Footwork is an "umbrella" term describing how players should move on the court. Footwork is a key element of player development. Footwork in tennis is not just about speed training. It is much more specific.
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