Always missing second serves and double faulting? Struggling when you are under pressure? If your answer is a big fat “YES!” then this video is definitely for you! We are going to help you get more consistency and confidence in your second serve.

It’s common sense that we all have different approaches and techniques on serves; some are good, while others are not, and in both cases, if you want to improve your serve, the first step is awareness of where you’re missing.

Next is aiming correctly for your targets. The key in both steps is visualization—you have to pay less attention to your technique, and more on where your visual targets are, to be able to hit that strong second serve.

Want to know more? Check out this video for more details and a demonstration, so you can take this lesson with you on the court and see how it goes for you!

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3 Comments

  1. silvui

    I use a backhand grip on my kick and topspin serves. What do you think?

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      I think it’s a good think

      Reply
  2. Noushin

    Many thanks for sharing your knowledge!

    Reply

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