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KEEP YOUR HEAD STILL (1:00)

In this Sweet Spot, Rick Macci talks about the importance of a player being able to keep his or her head still when hitting a shot. (Rick Macci) | 43684 Views







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The following exercise focuses on the landing stage of the serve. It helps with stability as well as strengthening the lower body, hip... (Mark Kovacs)



USPTA Professional Lorenzo Beltrame gives a full 40-minute lesson to a student, using drills specifically geared toward teaching prope... (Lorenzo Beltrame)



The purpose of this drill, which focuses on forehands and backhands, is to have players track the ball to the racquet so that they can... (Brett Hobden)



In this video tip, learn the proper grip for a drop shot as well as the ideal size of the backswing and forward swing for the shot. Br... (Brett Hobden)



Rick Macci performs a drill with a young player to show how coaches can vary placement of a feed in order to improve a player's chip s... (Rick Macci)



USPTA Professional Mark Bey discusses the different points of contact for the square, open and closed two-handed backhand. (Mark Bey)



Rick Macci demonstrates a drill to help players with a two-handed backhand improve their shot on low, short balls. The key, he explain... (Rick Macci)



Here is USPTA Professional Mark Bey explaining the situations in which he recommends using a closed stance for a two-handed backhand p... (Mark Bey)



The video features former top 20 ATP player Hank Pfister discussing the technique and effectiveness of a one-handed backhand slice. (Hank Pfister)



Rick Macci, USPTA Master Professional, explains why is it important to turn the shoulder when preparing to hit a one-handed slice back... (Rick Macci)




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