Published on 03/08/2017 by Brady

When you hear the word “punish” usually a drop shot does not come mind. However a well executed drop shot can be a very effective way to keep your opponent on their toes while at the same time hitting an easy winner.

9 comments

  • John BelleIsle 4 weeks ago

    Great video as usual

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  • Declan 1 month ago

    Great video! Just wondering, when on the backhand side is it better to disguise the drop shot with a two-handed backhand or pretend to hit a slice?

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      You can do either but the slice will be easier to execute since their won’t be a grip change.

  • Danny 1 month ago

    Also great when playing on ad side in doubles, second serve or slow ball comes in and the dropper out wide does the trick!

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Nice Danny! Just make sure that the server’s partner doesn’t make a play on the ball.

  • WILLIAM BYRNE 1 month ago

    Thanks – good information on the drop shot, still keeping eye on the ball and still following through on the slow, short ball. i would think it does take some good decision making and good footwork too. Will practice. i like this play. it adds yet another dimension to your game.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Most definitely William–it will keep your opponents guessing.

  • andré 1 month ago

    My favourite shot…Deep and high ball ( at base line..) and drop shot on their return .
    I noticed it works on all types of players…!!
    Thks Brady !

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Happy to help Andre!

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