Published on 10/02/2017 by 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.

9 comments

  • Mark Sullivan 2 months ago

    Brady
    As ever – concise but very helpful
    Much appreciated
    Mark

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks Mark–happy to help!

  • Franco 2 months ago

    Very good demo. Thanks

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  • rick harris 2 months ago

    thanks for these awesome quick to the point tennis lessons! best online instructor for me so far!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      You’re welcome Rick–happy to help!

  • David 2 months ago

    Great stuff! Would you say it is the same as a slice except the racket face is open at contact on a drop shot and closed on a slice? Also, how high above the net are you aiming on a drop shot vs a slice?

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Yes, but also don’t forget the emphasis on lighter grip pressure as well. Also the strings aren’t closed but rather less open on a standard slice. Height over the net can vary but generally 3+ feet but with the ball already dropping as it’s crossing the net.

  • phil otero 2 months ago

    great tutorial.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Much appreciated Phil!

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