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.

13 comments

  • J Couet 1 month ago

    Agreed very good & clear video. Thanks Brady

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Much appreciated!

  • Joann Christian 1 month ago

    Excellent video! Thank-you!! I often pull my inside in FH wide. Any suggestions?

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Sounds like you’re either too early/in-front at contact or you’re not giving yourself enough margin. Even though it’s an aggressive shot you still have to aim at least 18″ inside the sideline. Thanks Joann!

  • Mike 1 month ago

    Hi Brady,
    I often find myself falling off the ball to my left rather than reversing the momentum back into the ball. Tips on how to improve this?
    Thanks heaps.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      It’s not absolutely imperative that you’re able to get your body’s momentum going into the shot, but it is helpful if you have time. I like to really plant my outside leg and push off so I don’t keep my momentum falling off the ball.

  • Angélique 1 month ago

    Inside – in va inside out ? Wow gut question

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  • Keh K Lin 1 month ago

    Brady, please define ” inside-in vs inside-out ” in writing. I found many players can not explain clearly.
    Thanks.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      An inside-out forehand is a forehand that’s hit from your ad-court to the opponent’s ad side. An inside-in forehand is an forehand that’s hit from your ad-court to the opponent’s deuce side.

  • Eric 1 month ago

    Excellent advice here, thank you.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Thank you Eric!

  • Bill Danks 1 month ago

    Brady,

    Thank you very much for all of your very concise and well-demonstrated lessons. From the position of the inside in/out forehand, how about another lesson on the drop-shot from that position? Bill

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      I’ve done a good amount on drop shot but I can definitely revisit it. Search for drop shots and you’ll run across plenty of examples. Thanks Bill!

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