Want to dramatically improve your forehand volley in the quickest ways possible? This video shows an in-depth analysis of the 5 concepts to focus on with your volley.

– The grip
– The starting line or the ready position
– The first move
– The finish; and
– The movement or footwork/

These 5 steps are the foundations of a winning forehand volley. They may be a little different from what you’ve been hearing, but this 5-step process has been proven to produce quick and amazing results! Even if you just follow one step, it will definitely make a huge difference.

Want to know more about the five pillars to a winning volley? Check out this video!

Got any questions, comments, and/or suggestions? Leave a comment down below, and I’ll be sure to get back to you with an answer.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Dave Ferguson

    Stepping to the right with your right foot then stepping through with your left foot assures body weight transfer on a right handed forehand volley.
    This all begins with a split stop & ends with a split stop. You may be alluding to this in your video but rec players always need to be encouraged to get their bodies moving towards the ball.

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    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Hi Dave, Thanks for your comment!

      Reply

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