Published on 04/07/2017 by Brady

Having good control on a volley may be more important than any other aspect of the stroke. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how he controls his volleys in order to keep his opponents on the ropes.

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  • Doan le anh 4 months ago

    Thank for sharing, it's something new that i coudn't find on youtube.

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    • Brady
      Brady 4 months ago

      Happy to help, thanks for watching!

  • Kevin Cafaro 5 months ago

    Great lessons on Aim. You're funny how you mention your frustration trying to hit the cone.

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  • Mike Reynolds 5 months ago

    Really good explanation of the technical process for volleys. Nice work, Brady.

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  • Dai Kayll 5 months ago

    Theres something wrong with my typing !!! B for Brady also, sorry guys.

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  • Dai Kayll 5 months ago

    Sorry, capital M for Mark, apologise.

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  • Dai Kayll 5 months ago

    Thanks brady. I'll give the carving the outside of the ball on the higher forehand volloys. Oh, and great feeding by mark too. didn't miss a mark, tidy.

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  • Alan Herman 5 months ago

    As a left hander, when you say to hit the ball on the outside on a high ball and on the inside for a low ball, please discuss where these parts f the ball would be in relation to the left handed player and the court. Thanks.

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  • Ray Lamparelli 5 months ago

    What's the best way to handle the high volley when the sun is in your eyes?

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  • billyetf 5 months ago

    Nice video. Perhaps it would be interesting to mention what angle you hit the ball. It seems that is always a slice, more or less 45 degress top to bottom. Is that correct ?

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  • Joe Lombardi 5 months ago

    Dude, your videos are SUPER helpful.

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  • George Oberlander 5 months ago

    Along with directional control on the volley, I think controlling pace, esp. on returning hard-hit balls using a slice is worth a mention. Sometimes, if I just block a screamer, it can fly long. And, on slower balls, remembering to aim slightly below the incoming ball to compensate for its tendency to fall is another point to consider.

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  • Edmond So 5 months ago

    How can I know faster whetch it is a forehand or backhand so as to prepare earlier?

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  • eas314 6 months ago

    good cameras, good content. Thanks!

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  • Tennis Tan 6 months ago

    Great video. Just what I needed. Thanks.
    (Think u forgot incoming Topspin and Underspin shots….)

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  • Envis 6 months ago

    Anybody else got distracted with the kid in the back ? Lmao

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  • Joel Suraj 6 months ago

    When it comes to volleys I struggle when it comes to serve and volley and finishing slow floating balls at the net…..especially with my backhand volley….any help???

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  • Brad Smith 6 months ago

    Forget volleys. Who's that little kid behind you. She's got a nice swing.
    In all seriousness, I get so excited at the net I tend to hit volleys right back to opponents. I've recently concentrated on relaxing and aiming volleys. This video points out the most important aspect of aiming volleys. But, does footwork differ when going for those angles?

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