Published on 05/12/2017 by Brady

The inside-in forehand can often be the exclamation point that ends a great rally. In today’s lesson, Brady demonstrates how to direct this shot down the line without tipping off your opponent.

12 comments

  • Dai Kayll 2 months ago

    Thanks Brady. My in to out seems the easier stroke. I do struggle with in to in but I will just try and crunch it now instead of being a little careful.

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  • Grégoire Dodier 2 months ago

    Hello Brad,
    Clear and interesting lessons and you get right to the point.
    I needed to move better to run around the backhand and you showed me how.

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  • Eddie Hwang 2 months ago

    Great lesson. I still can learn even I am 75 years old!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Absolutely Eddie! You can improve at any age.

  • Alan Samuel 2 months ago

    This has been a very good lesson Brady. I have learnt a lot from your teachings and have improved in my tennis.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Happy to help Alan. Thanks for watching my lessons!

  • Jane 2 months ago

    Great tip on contact point. Love the Steeler shirt.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks Jane!

  • John BelleIsle 2 months ago

    Great video

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks John!

  • Dan 2 months ago

    I hit into the net a lot when I attempt this shot!!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Could be you’re being overly aggressive which can cause you to be early which shuts the racket face. You still want some spin and margin on this shot.

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