Tennis Serve FAQ
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TENNIS SERVE FAQ
Welcome to Talk-Info's tennis serve FAQ. We hope this tennis serve FAQ will help you better your tennis game and answer any questions you may have.
I visited your web site and had a couple of tennis questions, maybe you can help
me out. I play tennis, and I got a new racket. I really like it, but the only
problem is that everytime I serve the ball goes just beyond the square. I know
I'm not snapping my wrist the way I should be, but I can't seem to get it. I am
able to get the ball to go in the square if I tap it, but I want my serve to be
powerful. If you have any tips or advice, and even just training tips, feel free
to e-mail me.
You might not be reaching high enough for the tennis ball when you serve. The ball toss and where you hit the tennis ball on your racquet is just as critical as your wrist snap.
*Stand against a fence, throw the tennis ball up and stop it with your racquet against the fence. You can then visually see where the tennis ball is hitting on your racquet, and practice hitting it on the 'sweet spot' (the top part of your tennis racquet)
The "wrist-snap" will come natural when you perfect your form. Swoop, Loop, and Followthrough is what I teach my students. Swoop the racquet down, make a Loop behind your head, and a smooth Followthrough will help get the basics of your serve.
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