“My experience at a recent OTI Tennis Serve Clinic conducted by Nadim Naser was fantastic. With three participants, Nadim provided 5 hours of hands-on expert instruction on serve technique that included extensive video analysis of each participant”
Tennis Serve Drills. Drill #1: Serve From Behind The Baseline. Serving anywhere from 3-6feet or even further behind the baseline is a great drill to improve anybodies serve! When you step up to the line and look into the box where you want to serve you are essentially aiming downwards.
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#1: I don’t know if I can play Tennis for 5 hours per day. We won’t spend all 5 hours hitting tennis balls. The time will be customized to your individual needs and ability level. There will be video review sessions where we sit down and really break things down for you.
#1: Develop Maximum Serve Power. With this video course you will develop a ton of power on your serve by identifying and fixing the biggest technical problem you have on your individual service motion. You will also discover all the step-by-step technical elements the best players in the world use to generate maximum racket head speed on the serve.
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Step 1: The Stance. A proper tennis serve stance is when your feet are positioned so that the front foot is pointing towards the right net post (for right-handers) and the back foot is parallel to the baseline. Basic serve stance gives you balance in all directions.
Hey, it's online tennis instruction. I was just looking at some video of a recent training session here with professional player Mark Zi. We're working on the serve and I thought I'd make a quick clip out of this for you essentially what we're working on here is avoiding over rotation over rotation is a very common problem on the serve and it comes from the idea that you should try to throw ...
Reply. 1/ ball at contact is it inside the court… if so does his body slide into the court to hit up to impart top spin. 2/ what is the ball position at impact , in first serve is the ball more inside the court. Thank you.
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