Published on 11/29/2017 by Brady

The technique required to hit a successful low backhand volley is very similar to the low forehand volley, albeit one key difference. Find out what that is in today’s lesson with Brady.

20 comments

  • Serguei Passioura 1 week ago

    Thank you

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  • Sangdal Shim 1 week ago

    good video i like this

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Thanks for watching Sangdal!

  • Gary Wojcik 2 weeks ago

    Very good usable low volley tips. I use your daily tips to teach to my high school tennis team ways to improve their techniques and game play success. Thanks! Gary

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Happy to help Gary!

  • Cihan 2 weeks ago

    Hi Brady, once again very helpful instructions on the volley which I truly appreciate. It is from you that I learned about varying grip pressures to control the depth on the volleys. Were you at UW student/tennis player by any chance?

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Yep I was a student there, graduated in 2000.

  • Gene 2 weeks ago

    What I like about your lessons / tips is that you are very clear on how to do the things you recommend. This is another fine example. Furthermore, your balance of tip is on the affirmation with just enough contrast with what not to do!

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Thanks Gene. I put a lot of work into them so it’s always nice to get feedback. Good luck with your game!

  • marc 2 weeks ago

    Bending the knees in a very low position add with the backward extention of the left arm have been very efficient for me.thyans a lot
    Marc

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Awesome Marc, keep it up!

  • Mark Sullivan 2 weeks ago

    Hey Brady
    I think you need to do a lesson on that whizzy little racket twist you have done sub-consciously the last couple of days as you were summing up at the end of each lesson !
    Mark

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    • Nadya 1 week ago

      sure, I like it too. And I think it’s easy to learn this racket twist by using slow motion video. I did it and enjoy that for fun and relaxation. Wish you to succeed with that job!)

    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Haha I don’t even know I do it. Just a weird habit.

  • Bob 2 weeks ago

    Good video. Left hand for balance is a good point.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      A must for good balance Bob!

  • Nicole 2 weeks ago

    Nice technique. Footwork is so important! Tx

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Thanks Nicole!

  • Stan 2 weeks ago

    Love it.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Thanks Stan!

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