How The Serve’s Racquet Path Is Different To Any Other Stroke
The racquet path of a tennis serve if very different to a racquet path of a forehand or a backhand.
Applying the same racquet path that you use on groundstrokes to the serve is one of the most common mistakes that rob you of power on the serve.
While it seems logical to move the racquet through the ball in a very similar way on all strokes, you’ll see a slow motion side-by-side comparison of a serve and a forehand groundstroke and the difference will be clearly visible.
The following video shows you how the serve is different from all other strokes and why we can apply a different principle of accelerating the racquet.
This is the second sample video of the full Serve Unlocked video course. The third sample video is coming soon…