A lot of recreational players have volleys that can best be described as “dumpy”. Learn why this happens and how to avoid hitting this type of volley in today’s daily lesson with Brady.
A very common error on the backhand slice is to pop the ball up, resulting in a long miss well past the baseline. In today’s lesson, Brady has a quick solution that can immediately fix this simple mistake.
Are you constantly mishitting the ball off the center of the racket? Fixing this common problem can be fixed by retraining how you watch the ball. Find out how in today’s daily lesson.
One of the most common mistakes at the recreational level is hitting the ball to flat. Fortunately, Brady’s got a quick fix for adding more spin to your groundstrokes in his today’s daily lesson.
Just because you have perfect technique on a low volley doesn’t mean that you’re out of the woods. In today’s lesson, Brady discusses an all too common mistakes players make when attempting a low volley.
The technique required to hit a successful low backhand volley is very similar to the low forehand volley, albeit one key difference. Find out what that is in today’s lesson with Brady.
Volleys that drop below the height of the net can be extremely tough to handle. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates the proper technique on the low forehand volley.
As you know by now, pronation is a vital component to having a strong serve. But when exactly should pronation occur in the service motion? Find out in today’s lesson with Brady.
Performing proper pronation is not the easiest thing to do in tennis. In today’s lesson, Brady takes a page out of Nick Bolleterri’s bag of tricks to encourage pronation on the serve and overhead.
Do you have to pronate on your serve? If you want anything more than minimal racket head speed, the answer is a resounding yes. Find out why in today’s lesson with Brady.
What exactly is pronation when it pertains to your tennis game? Brady breaks it down in the most simplest of terms in today’s lesson.
How does the technique differ between a standard backhand slice and a backhand drop shot? The difference in technique is slight but produces drastically different results.
Any high-level drop shot requires a good amount of backspin, which oftentimes your opponent will conveniently help provide for you. Find out how in today’s lesson with Brady.
The backhand drop shot shares many similarities to the forehand drop shot, yet there are a few key advantages that make it even more potent. Find out how to master the backhand drop shot in today’s lesson.
The technique for the forehand drop shot is unique in many ways in comparison to any other stroke in tennis. In today’s lesson, Brady discusses how to execute the forehand drop shot.
The drop shot is one of the most fun shots in the game, however it is often abused or utilized at completely the wrong time. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates three ideal times to hit a drop shot.
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