2 Forehand Finishes Secrets

Jeff Salzenstein, Former Top 100 ATP Pro, breaks down two specific forehand finishes to help you improve your follow through, balance, and technique. He goes over the different scenarios where you need to finish over your shoulder or across your body, depending on court positioning and style of play. Consider practicing these little-known tips to develop your tennis forehand into a weapon and take your game to the next level.

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Did you know that there are different ways that you can follow through on your tennis forehand?

In this free online tennis lesson, you’ll learn two secret forehand finishes that will help you transform your tennis forehand into a weapon. These two tennis tips are directly related to the development of body awareness, balance, and technique. In fact, one of these finishes will help you to get more topspin on your tennis forehand.

The fundamental tennis forehand technique that you should practice entails swinging low to high, finishing over your shoulder, and tapping your back foot for balance at the end of the stroke. You can really work on these three simple concepts as you warm up for a tennis practice or match.

You’ll see pro tennis players like Roger Federer, Dominic Thiem, and Novak Djokovic follow these foundational tips on their tennis forehands before a match. Now, when you’re up the baseline and intend to be aggressive, you should focus on finishing across your body and squaring up with your stance into an athletic, wide base position.