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.

25 comments

  • samir 4 days ago

    Very useful lesson Brady. Inside out rally/steps will be executed in court & will share my experience

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  • samir 4 days ago

    Thank you Brady your video always gives good lesson. This inside out shots make my opponents few steps behind
    My other friends players found improvement in my game.

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    • Brady
      Brady 3 days ago

      Keep up the good work Samir!

  • irving Ashkenasy 1 month ago

    I was not sent the Kick Serve video that I requested am I still on your mailing list.
    Once again I want to thank you for your expertise and great lessons

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    • Brady
      Brady 1 month ago

      Hi Irving, the kick serve videos were likely caught by your spam/junk email by mistake. If you go to https://www.dtlprime.com you can find the course in it’s entirety. Thanks!

  • Laurence 2 months ago

    Hi Brady,

    Thanks, really comprehensive and clear set of lessons on the run around forehand.
    One question: you mentioned in the Run Around Footwork video that you can use a cross over step in front to take a shorter ball. Does this front cross pattern for shorter balls work equally well when going Inside In and Inside Out?

    Cheers!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Yes the footwork is the exact same. This allows your shot to be disguised and it allows you to change your target if needed. Thanks Laurence!

  • Stefan Schmitt 2 months ago

    I am new here and from Frankfurt in Germany, but I find this video course fantastic. Thanks a lot.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks for watching Stefan!

  • Sukhroop 2 months ago

    Amazing video I tried to use that technique and it worked thanks coach.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      It works really well for those who prefer their forehand over their backhand. Thanks for watching!

  • susan coffin 2 months ago

    good strstegy!!

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  • Garry 2 months ago

    What do you recommend for lefties?

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      I use the “inside-in” forehand more against lefties and it can be hit with more spin to get high to their backhands. Inside-out is still an good option but has to be hit flatter and with more pace than if it was to a righty.

  • Nadya 2 months ago

    Great tips! thank you Brady! And I like the way you rotate your racket in the end of the video. I imitate it just for fun)

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  • Indra B. Shah 2 months ago

    Very good Lesson. We can change the direction after 4 /5 rallys

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Yes a little patience can go a long way. Thanks Indra!

  • Mestengo G Hidalgo 2 months ago

    Good, balanced tipped on when to select runaround over backhand. Like the use of the 2-1 pattern.

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks for watching Mestengo!

  • Sharon Vincent 2 months ago

    Very helpful tips!! Thank you!!!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks for watching Sharon!

  • susan coffin 2 months ago

    Great tips that are very helpful. susan coffin

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thank you Susan!

  • dan deighan 2 months ago

    great stuff, brady you are the best!

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    • Brady
      Brady 2 months ago

      Thanks Dan, much appreciated. Good luck with your game!

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