Published on 12/22/2017 by Brady

A very common error on the backhand slice is to pop the ball up, resulting in a long miss well past the baseline. In today’s lesson, Brady has a quick solution that can immediately fix this simple mistake.

15 comments

  • Brenda Miller 3 weeks ago

    amazing…hope it helps me.

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  • Jim W. 4 weeks ago

    First class fix, particularly because of the addendum concerning weight transfer.

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  • Jim Wu 4 weeks ago

    Well presented. Lessons are short, sweet, and easy to comprehend.

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    • Brady
      Brady 4 weeks ago

      Thanks for watching Jim Wu!

  • vinod 4 weeks ago

    great technique

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    • Brady
      Brady 4 weeks ago

      One of my favorite shots. Just feels so good coming off the racket!

  • Danny 4 weeks ago

    Like it!

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  • Milivoj 4 weeks ago

    When ball is high , above my shoulder, I am always floating the ball.
    Any advice ? Thanks

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    • Brady
      Brady 4 weeks ago

      Anytime a ball is outside your strikezone, low or high, it will be harder to square up the racket face. Do your best to not open your frame or the ball will sail.

  • Rex 4 weeks ago

    Yes, good point.

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    • Brady
      Brady 4 weeks ago

      Thanks Rex!

  • J Couet 4 weeks ago

    Yep, quite effective!

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  • Reza 4 weeks ago

    awesome. love the quick fix series!! 🙂

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    • Brady
      Brady 4 weeks ago

      A couple more to come, thanks Reza!

  • Helen 4 weeks ago

    Good tip!

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