Do you want to learn how to add massive topspin to your serve or get it to “kick” more?
Former ATP Top 100 pro and USTA High Performance Coach explains a few simple ways to improve your ability to hit a great kick serve.
A common mistake is that people move their head to look and see where the ball goes, and this causes the body to follow it and open up too early.
You want your upper body to basically be at a 45-degree angle to the net when you hit your kick serve. If you learn how to keep your head still during contact with the ball, your body will stay at the proper angle for a topspin heavy kick serve.
This quick lesson is going to show you how to do exactly that.
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Also, if you enjoyed this lesson, there’s more you probably want to know about hitting the perfect kick serve. There certainly is much more to learn!
To start, the link below is a free gift for you, “3 Kick Serve Mistakes” – a majority of players make at least one of these mistakes, so this will also really help you develop that impressive kick serve.
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