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SECRETS OF TODAY'S SERVE - HIT UP AND OUT (00:44)

This video clip reviews the technical elements of the contact point for the serve. (Presented by Rick Macci) | 22442 Views



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tennisangel   (5/22/11 09:34 PM)
I agree, Oscar Wegner has been teaching to hit up with the triceps and pronate the arm for over 40 years; this is in his 1989 book as well. Guess Macci has been reading it lately since he also used 3 verbatim quotes from Oscar's 1989 book in his recent Top 10 Myths article in tennis Magazine...
 
Papas976   (5/18/11 02:02 PM)
It's good to give credit to previous coaches' metaphors. "Throwing a dart" and "screwing in a light bulb" have been in use for over a decade, if not more, since they are common. Just say, "hey, these ideas are offered out there and they're valid," that's all. Not original to RM. And same for USPTA, swinging the racket up on "edge" that's been on a popular website now for years.
 
dineshr   (11/21/10 03:13 PM)
clear and concise well done Macci
 

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