In Tennis, a groundstroke is a forehand or backhand shot that is done just after
the ball bounces once on the tennis court. Learning to hit ground strokes just as
they land will improve your tennis game tremendiously. Learn how to grip your racket
properly, find the proper stance, and tweak your follow through and swing to execute
the groundstroke properly.
The return of serve is the key to being succesful in any tennis match....especially if you are facing a big server. Anticipation, positioning and hand speed are keys to surviving and winning points on their serve.
The most important shot in tennis after the serve is the service return. The service return can be summarized as either a block or swing but is a most difficult shot to master, especially if you are facing a big server.
The groundstrokes are the basic rallying strokes in tennis. Here are a couple of thoughts on hitting with topspin.
Too many people say you don't use your wrist on the backhand....of course you do...here's how, when and why.
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