The forehand ranks closely behind the serve in importance in the sport of tennis.
The following tennis lesson helps you develop the modern forehand technique, which allows you to hit forehands with effortless power while maintaining high consistency of your shots.
The modern forehand technique is responsible for today’s fast paced game of new tennis players that hit the tennis ball harder than ever before.
If you can’t handle the high ball, then you’re always going to feel uncomfortable playing tennis.
Should you be catching the racquet with your off hand when completing your forehand follow-through or not?
Where is the ideal tennis forehand contact point? In this video I will walk you through the proper position and how to get there ...
The most talked about stroke in tennis. ... Grip (Eastern, Modified Eastern, Semi-Western, etc.), Stance (Neutral, Open, Semi-Open), and Topspin can all determine what type of forehand stroke you have.
Have you noticed that tennis pros use two different forehand drop & wrist lag techniques when they’re about to hit a forehand?
The forehand is an essential shot in any successful tennis match.
Let’s address one of the most common myths of tennis that has been around for decades and has morphed into another myth that has ...