Published on 03/11/2017 by Brady

A slow ball that floats closer to the baseline is a great time to utilize a swinging volley. This is one of the most aggressive shots in tennis and therefore requires a good deal of commitment.

7 comments

  • Dario Ramirez-Pico 5 months ago

    What level of tennis did you reach by the way as in ITF Pro Tour or ATP World Tour or Challenger Tour, etc.

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  • Dario Ramirez-Pico 5 months ago

    I get a lot of mishits when trying to do swing volleys so can you give me any tips to get clean contact?

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  • Nadya Melnikov 6 months ago

    great video and perfect advices! Thank you Brady! That type of volley really need a lot of confidence, aggressive desire to win that ball and good technique to fulfill it whithout any mistake like punish it out etc…

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  • rzx 6 months ago

    I love this. I love this shot also. I always though this is super tough to perform, but since I started to hit this moreless for fun of it. I quickly realized that my success chance is suprisingly high and I dont make too many faults of it at all.Not too long later, I can say I am pretty confident to make this shot on FH and OH-BH and with FH even from balls landing on baseline. I recommend to everyone to stop fearing and start trying :). This shot only looks difficult, it is not so much if you hit the ball on time and on propriete high.Regards

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  • Carrington Bond Mauro 6 months ago

    What ntrp level are you?

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  • Olaf sørensen 6 months ago

    great v. as al. Olaf Copenhagen

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  • HK Lin 6 months ago

    Btw, the court is so old and dirty.

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