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How to play a tennis forehand?

By Gokul Pillai 

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The Forehand (right handed): Forehand is one of the most important strokes for tennis. It adds strength and stability to the game. Reverse the alignment for left-handed player. This stroke can be played with the help of the following steps: 

  • Position yourself just inside the court’s baseline and near the centre line. Keep your feet at the width of the shoulder. Hold the racket in any comfortable grip, (the western, continental or the semi western grip). Bend your knees slightly in such a way that you feel the stress on the knees, the hip and the lower back.
  • With the second stance, you should stay in that stance and try to meet the ball with a suitable swing from the back towards the front of the head in a free motion. One more point that should be kept in mind is that the ball should meet at the centre of the racquet which is known as the “sweet spot” of the racquet. Sweet spot is the most beneficial and predictable spot on a racquet face

 

 

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Posted By nitinjain,   Posted about 1410 days and 8 hours ago

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tennis is a nice game

Posted By deprince,   Posted about 1708 days and 1 hour ago

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tennis is a game of intelligent and demands a positive manner of approach

Posted By ti286,   Posted about 2016 days and 21 hours ago

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Note that Djokovic hits 80% of his forehands with an open stance. improve forehand with video.

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