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Balance is a key aspect for any good grounstroke. Ideally you want your upper body to remain rather straight, your head very still, and then you rotate around this axis which does not move.
After a Djokovic first serve was called out, Fritz conceded the point knowing it had clipped the line, not even bothering to tell Djokovic to use hawk-eye.
But eating healthy can be like a good marriage. Don't expect it to thrill you every minute but it will provide the key things that you need and want.
Work on your transition game from the baseline to the net with the defensive-offensive drill.
Great tennis players make it look easy. Especially at the professional level things happen so fast that it’s tricky for new players to see all the components that go into good play.
Tennis players are always changing the surfaces they are playing on and the majority of those surfaces are hard, so working in the pool keeps the body loose.
A proper tennis serve stance is when your feet are positioned so that the front foot is pointing towards the right net post (for right-handers) and the back foot is parallel to the baseline.
If they are not growing in the most competitive environment, it would help for them to see what’s out there.
When your foot lands on the ground, create an explosive but gentle power but never bang it on the ground.
You will be able to prepare better to play the net game with a first serve than with a second serve. Missing your first serve can also frustrate your partner which might affect his or her play.
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