This video will help you improve your backhand volley, and how it serves as a vital part of your success at the net.

You will see how to use the back-to-front footwork pattern to maximize your backhand volley effectiveness.

The title says it all. All you have to do is to check out this video for a demonstration of the footwork pattern and a strategy to improve your backhand volley!

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9 Comments

  1. Matt

    Pure awesomeness- YES! – so many good tips in there – thank u for sharing

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Thank you, Matt!

      Reply
  2. Moby

    That was amazing. I’m blown away by what I have just experienced. Can not easily put it into words but feel somehow liberated; is that possible?. My backhand volley is terrible; a complete disaster every day despite working on it for years. Somehow this video has crushed and smashed everything that was holding me back in a few seconds and taught me a whole new world of volleying too!…Wow. What just happened?

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      This makes my heart sing, Moby! I am so happy this video made such an impact.

      Reply
  3. Javier Gomez

    I really appreciate your videos. Would you please show me about forehand volley? Thx. Best Regards.

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      Hopefully we can get one made down the road.

      Reply
  4. Lucy

    Great tips Jeff! I’ll definitely try them next time am on court. Thanks for sharing, always appreciated.

    Reply
    • Jeff Salzenstein

      You are more than welcome! thank you!

      Reply
  5. Noushin

    Many thanks for sharing your knowledge!

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