Are you struggling with your rhythm on your serve? This is actually one of the most common problems tennis players have. Many of them—and even coaches, think that it’s a good idea to move the arms up together at the beginning of the motion.
WRONG! If players do this, they will disrupt the flow and momentum of their serves.
And if you are guilty of this, Its a good idea to not follow this old school serving myth.
How do you solve this serve rhythm problem?
Make your tossing hand lead the beginning movement of the serve. In other words, the tossing hand has to move ahead of the serving hand and arm.
Don’t have both hands move up together.
When you delay the serving hand, you will learn to accelerate at the right time to deliver that powerful serve
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