Published on 09/28/2017 by Brady

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.

13 comments

  • mike s 2 weeks ago

    Great Job on explaining grip pressure, it is the Key!

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  • mike s 2 weeks ago

    Great communication skills!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 weeks ago

      Much appreciated Mike!

  • Garry 2 weeks ago

    Great points. My forehand drop shot was always the pits. Thanks for the great tips

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 weeks ago

      With a little practice it can be fixed Garry!

  • Tennis Sue 2 weeks ago

    Thank you so much. Great specifics.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 weeks ago

      You’re welcome Sue–thanks for watching!

  • silvio marchese 2 weeks ago

    good drop shot should have 3 bounces before the service line

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 weeks ago

      3 is a good guide. Thanks for commenting Silvio!

  • Dottie Wiencek 2 weeks ago

    unbelievable helpful and I can’t wait to try it tomorrow. My shots were always too high and now I think I understand why.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 weeks ago

      Glad you found them helpful Dottie!

  • bully on tennis 2 weeks ago

    excellent explanation of the forehand drop shot. Please have more on drop shots. Like cross court vs down the line. Back hand drop. Drop from behind baseline? etc.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 weeks ago

      Thanks! More to come…

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