The importance of just hitting: How To Improve Through Free Hitting
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This is probably one of my favorite videos. Just simple, effortless. Visualizing this and letting go of the technical parts is helping. I need to see this as one stroke rather than the parts. Thanks for this section.
Glad it helps, Mike.
I used to watch Andre Agassi’s shots and game over and over again when I was a young tennis player and it helped me too, especially if I watched it before I played a match.
Should one “prepare”, then continuously proceed through the other steps, as you seem to be doing, or does one stop and wait after the “prepare” until the ball gets close enough?
We should never stop in our movements since the ball also never stops in our flight towards us.
The preparation – backswing – forward swing are simply timed with the ball flight.
Thanks for all your videos – I’m a big fan! I’m getting the hang of the forehand technique, but I struggle with high balls above the waist level. My shots tend to go long. The mental image of bowling does not seem intuitive here. How should I adjust the technique for high balls?
Thanks in advance!
Check this video article, Yash:
Hi Tomaz, What’s the thing with the medicine ball I am always seeing pros use? Is it worth buying one? I have noticed that when I do a little weights my volleys are much better.
The main objective is to sync the body and not use the arms separately. The medicine ball is heavy and forces the player to use legs, core, upper body and arms together to execute the right movement.
There are many more very effective drills that can be done with medicine ball, here’s a clip as an example:
Very good, thanks. Today I watched your Fix your Forehand on your own. @ great tips for me, that I hadn’t heard before and are immediately tremendously helpful. One was the step and hit, and the other the grounding. Thank you !
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