What would it look like to have just the right amount of leg drive on your serve?

There are a lot of coaches that tell their players to use their legs more and to bend their knees more….

That could be a mistake. So make sure you check out this video to learn how to use your legs properly on your serve.

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10 Comments

  1. Steve

    From watching your video I now know that I have been teaching my students correctly. I personally mimic Roger Federers service motion and it has helped me considerably in speed and accuracy. I am now trying to teach exactly what you are talking about. Thanks for the video.
    Steve.

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    • Jeff Salzenstein

      I love it, Thanks Steve!

      Reply
  2. Dee

    awesome as usuall

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Thank you!

      Reply
  3. Noushin

    Many thanks for sharing your experience.

    Reply
  4. matt

    those are great tips and make great sense – thanks for sharing !!!

    Reply
  5. Ben

    I realize that this vid was not meant to address the toss however, you did specifically mention it in the last minute or so. I’ve had a coach that preferred that my toss should be a little in front of me. When doing my own investigations there are many slow-mo vids that show the top players keeping their toss (initial arm swing) in line and over the baseline. Your thoughts?
    Thanks for all the great tips in your vids; some tips have instantly solved certain dilemmas in my play.

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    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Ben, you have to find what works for you with the toss.

      Reply
  6. Sandra boll

    Very helpful. I have been trying to address the leg bend with my students and your video has solved my problem. The emphasis on the hip turn made all the difference. Thanks

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      So happy to hear it, Sandra!

      Reply

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