Published on 11/30/2017 by Brady

Just because you have perfect technique on a low volley doesn’t mean that you’re out of the woods. In today’s lesson, Brady discusses an all too common mistakes players make when attempting a low volley.

9 comments

  • marc 1 week ago

    Thans for that. I also think we can play a long volley on the opponent that doesn’t give him much angle to pass.

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  • Charles Deschamps 1 week ago

    Your way to show every aspect of tennis suits me 100%. BRAVO.

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  • carol brunaccini 1 week ago

    I so look forward to your videos, appreciate your clear directions.
    Playing on a working womens team I have used many of your strategies!

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  • Rick Herman 1 week ago

    like

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  • Dinos 1 week ago

    Ιt’s really a very helpful video for low volley strokes.Thanks.

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  • Joe 1 week ago

    I desperately need a video on how to stop rolling my wrist back thinking I’m getting slice on my volleys and then all just falling right at my feet!

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Sounds like you’re opening your strings up way too much. A little firmer wrist might be the key!

  • Ian Turnbull 1 week ago

    These are great videos and I appreciate the explanations as it lends to working the ideas into building a strategy for the point. Many of your lessons have been very helpful. When I play and make a mistake and analyze the error I can just hear your voice in my head!!

    Thanks again,
    Ian

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 week ago

      Haha hopefully you’re not sick of my voice. Thanks Ian!

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