www.fuzzyyellowballs.com This video explains how to find a tennis grip. Grips are EXTREMELY important. They are the foundation for every single shot you hit in tennis. For each particular shot there is a range of grips you can use. Choosing a grip should not be taken lightly because how you hold the racket affects how you swing up to the tennis ball. This, in turn, affects the type of ball you hit and, consequently, it can influence your style of play. For example, Roger Federer has a conservative grip because he is an attacking player and that grip lets him swing through the ball more easily (than an extreme grip). On the other hand, Rafael Nadal plays with a very extreme grip because that makes it easier for him to swing up on the ball and hit with heavy topspin. So make sure you spend some time thinking about your grip and how it fits into the larger framework of your style of play. For more free tennis lessons on the grips and other aspects of the sport, please visit www.fuzzyyellowballs.com !
www.fuzzyyellowballs.com The Windshield Wiper Forehand is a variation of the classic tennis forehand, and it is the “go-to” stroke for many pros on tour today. The key to learning the Windshield Wiper is to alter the way you swing up at the tennis ball and then follow through – not just tack a winshield-wiper finish onto classic forehand mechanics.
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