You’re putting in so much effort, and you’re following all the technical instruction you learned online or from on-court coaching – yet your serve doesn’t go very fast.
It feels like a lot of effort for not much of an outcome.
Something is missing. The more you try to fix your serve, the more “locked” it gets – it has less power and less consistency.
Something Is Missing…
What’s missing is knowing and feeling how your body transfers energy though the body in an effortless way…
What’s missing is knowing how to use your wrist in the serve…
What’s missing is knowing how to imagine the racquet path correctly,as it is fundamentally different than the racquet path when hitting a groundstroke or a volley…
Hi, my name is Tomaz Mencinger, and I’ve been a professional tennis coach for almost 20 years. In this time, I’ve worked with players of all levels – from beginners to players on the ITF tour and those starting on the ATP and the WTA tours.
Even though their level of play is so different, they share one commonality: very few of them have mastered the serve – since it’s such a complex stroke to teach.
Because the serve is so complex, many things can go wrong – and, as it turns out, many things do go wrong.
Just look around the courts and you’ll see that, while the forehands and backhands are relatively similar to the forehands and backhands of the pros, the club-level serves are not even close to the serves the pros produce.
Presenting my serve teaching method at the Croatian Coaches Conference in Umag in February 2013
In my work with players, I have discovered that teaching technique is only part of the solution. There’s something else that needs to be taught.
Tennis serve course through trial and error – and countless hours spent on court solving the serve problems of different players – I developed a method that gives the player the missing key to unlock their serving potential: the understanding of how the serve works and the feel of how to generate effortless force.
The method of unlocking the serve works with all levels of players, and it works really fast.
I even had the opportunity to present my serve teaching system at the coaches conference in Croatia.
You’ll learn the fundamentals of tennis serve technique with which you'll build the serve from scratch and which will help you correct the most common mistakes of recreational and more serious tennis players on the serve.
The proper stance that gives you balance in all directions
How to hold the racquet properly (the Continental grip is only half of the story, you also need to place your hand properly on the handle and achieve a loose wrist)
The basic drill for learning pronation explained through two swing paths
The Power Move – the key movement of your body and hitting arm that creates racquet lag and therefore effortless power
Why you probably follow-through on the serve incorrectly and how to do it right
The key exercises to re-establish the natural flow of your body after you’ve been learning the serve technique analytically in parts.
We’ll look at the many mental locks you might have that prevent you from really letting go and swinging freely through the ball.
How your desire to control the outcome of the serve locks the serve and what the right mindset is;
The correct learning process – you’ll see me learning the serve with my left hand and how I would work on developing the serve;
The correct mindset for 1st and 2nd serves that allows you to swing freely;
A really simple trick to unlock many of the mental locks at once – and you’ll simply use a slightly modified racquet for that drill;
And much more.
I’ll show you drills specifically designed to make your wrist loose again – since it’s probably not working the way it should at the moment.
How to transfer the feel from your natural throwing motion intot he serve and feel the power of the wrist;
How the pressure on your fingers changes during the serve and how this will help you accelerate the racquet head;
Why the index finger is so important for direction control and achieving effective pronation that adds more power;
How to learn to serve with a loose wrist by simply using a grocery bag;
And much more.
You’ll learn why hitting with “strength”, meaning with tension and power, does not achieve the fastest serve you’re capable of and why learning to accelerate the racquet effortlessly is the key to fast serves.
Why focusing and not spreading the energy is the key to maximum power and how to learn that with a towel;
How to achieve the maximum racquet head speed at contact – since most players achieve the highest racquet head speed after the contact!
How to develop the whip effect on the serve. In fact, you already know the whip effect – it’s simply a matter of feeling it and transferring it into the serve.
And much more.
We’ll take a look at how we generate force and how we connect it through the body and send it to the racquet head.
How to properly use the legs for maximum leg drive and energy boost to start your serve;
The correct rhythm of the serve that helps you connect the backswing with the forward acceleration in the most natural way;
When it is your arm’s turn to work and how to feel that; How to use the power of falling into the court;
And much more.
The combination of unlocking your mind and your wrist and learning how to effortlessly send energy through your body will very quickly unlock your serving potential and allow you to serve with lots of power while not trying very hard.
But, we all know that even the best tennis serve technique cannot compensate for bad ball position in the air. That’s why I decided to create a bonus section where it’s all about the service toss.
In the first part, we’ll tackle the most common mistakes that cause a poor ball toss on the serve.
How to find the right ratio of relaxation and tension in your body while performing the toss;
Why working on only your tossing arm will cause inconsistent tosses and what to do about it;
How to correctly imagine the toss – and the difference between a throw and a release;
How to find the ideal ball placement;
And a few more.
Finally, I’ll show you how the toss has to integrate into the backswing and how to use the power
of momentum to initiate the toss with almost zero effort.
You have a 60-day full money back guarantee, no questions asked.
Use the full Serve Unlocked video course for 8 weeks. If you don’t significantly improve the speed and consistency of your serve, I will refund the payment immediately.
Put the video course to the test and see how it works for you.With the full money back guarantee, there’s no way you can lose.
P.S. If you really want to transform your serve from a weakness into your ally and eventually your weapon, then give
this unique course a try. I guarantee you that you’ll hear things about the serve you’ve never encountered before.
ServeUnlocked video course includes a series of videos that help you build the serve technique from scratch so it’s also helpful for beginners. Advanced players will likely jump straight to more advanced topics.
It depends on your current skill level and the amount of practice you put in. If you practice at least twice a week for at least 20 minutes then you should see constant progress with your serve. Many members report instant improvement after going through the Unlocking your Mind videos which gives them a new way of thinking and changes their beliefs about the game of tennis in general.
You have permanent access to the course that never expires. Not only that, you can also download the videos to your PC, tablet or your smartphone and watch then without the need for internet connection.
This video course works for every type of player because it teaches your body how to work more efficiently regardless of your current technique. Better serve technique of course allows you to hit faster and with more control but any service motion will benefit from biomechanics drills and less controlling and anxious mindset.
If you work on all exercises presented in the ServeUnlocked video course and you don’t see significant progress in your serve, then simply request a refund, no questions asked.
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