Published on 05/19/2017 by Brady

Choosing to hit the run around forehand crosscourt (inside-out) or down the line (inside-in) can be quite a dilemma. In today’s lesson, Brady gives you simple advice on how to choose between the two options.

10 comments

  • Stan 1 month ago

    Thanks Brady. Have a wonderful Holiday season!

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Happy to help–Happy Holidays Stan!

  • Angélique 1 month ago

    Thank you Brady, you are thé best!

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Much appreciated Angelique!

  • Rick Herman 1 month ago

    This is what Nadal focused on during his practice session I watched at the U.S. Open.

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Yep he loves this shot and is so focused in practice. Thanks for sharing Rick!

  • Tom Parkes 1 month ago

    Thanks again. I play doubles so I assume an inside inside wouldn’t be great strategy

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Not as much as in singles, but still can be used occasionally–especially against weaker net players.

  • Jeff 1 month ago

    Great! Seems obvious now; why hit a run around forehand instead of a backhand? Enjoyable, great to see your
    demonstrations and enthusiasm. I’m once again motivated to try this out at the club for some additional chuckles and giggles. The best to you and Happy Holidays!

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Thanks Jeff, happy holidays!

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