Here’s a reality check: a lot of players are not using their off-arm and hands correctly on the forehand. It’s bent, it’s contorted, it’s close to the body. So, how do you correct this, to give yourself more space, more power, and more consistency on your forehand?
Try imagining lightning bolts coming out of the fingers on your off-hand! When you make your first move, really spread out those fingers, and imaging those lightning bolts! By doing so, you’ll create more space, which allows you to swing more freely and to generate more power.
This type of extension, this type of exaggeration, is an awesome tennis tip that’s going to dramatically improve your forehand.
Special thanks to my good friend and coach Joseph O’Dwyer, who helped me break the Top 100 at the age of 30!
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