Published on 04/03/2017 by Brady

There are subtle differences between hitting crosscourt vs down the line off the backhand wing. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how he aims his backhand to different targets on the court.


  • Akshat Umredkar 5 months ago

    4:48 really super helpful,sir….

  • Rex Chidgey 6 months ago

    Spot on tutorial… beautifully explained

  • VIRENDRA DR 6 months ago

    excellent ,great explanation,demonstration…keep teaching wonderful skill of tennis victory to thee.

  • Louis Cyphre 7 months ago

    How much you charge for private lessons , just this apply to 2 handed bh

  • Sean Hsiao 7 months ago

    I like your video!! You always act and speak clearly. Even not a English native speaker, I can easily understand what is your core concept :)) Thanks a lot, Brady!

  • Leslie Zhou 7 months ago

    Great video! do aim your serve plz

  • Claudio Prado 8 months ago

    Useful video as usual Brady the best part is that you teach doing it so we can watch how to do it.

  • gzgaochao 8 months ago

    hi Brady, in the forehand aiming video, you talked about the different contact points for hitting down the line and cross court, which I think is very useful. I assume the same concept can also apply to the backhand, right? when I practice hitting backhand dtl shot, my partner said my contact point is too late. but I feel if I try to hit it earlier and more in front, then I just can't hit it dtl, the ball will just go to the middle or even cross court.

  • Alen X 8 months ago

    Good video, a question, at the high levels of tennis play, do the players also use the different footwork? For example, does Federer use it? Or does he step the same in order to camouflage the shot?

  • Owen Bass 8 months ago

    thank very much you sir its super helpful….. sir how about slice backhand, can you make video for that?

  • Dorian McCloud 8 months ago

    Dude, get that damn kid with the roller blades off the other court!

  • Caldwell Kelley 8 months ago

    Very Good Lesson and much needed …I be attempting to integrate some of the techniques into my backhand! Thanks Brady!

  • Daniel Gomez 8 months ago

    Great video !!


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