CUTTED HIT IN BIG TENNIS
Sliced or, as they are also called, slices are hits in which the player gives the ball a lower lateral or lower rotation. A slash to the left is an important component of tennis technique. During execution, the ball rotates around a horizontal axis in the opposite direction to its flight. A slashed strike is considered quite insidious, because it is difficult to repel the enemy due to the strong reverse rotation in combination with a low rebound. Using a slice will allow you to catch an opponent by surprise, changing your length and direction abruptly and quickly. The process of learning this tennis element is not very difficult. Continue reading
BLOW TO RIGHT IN BIG TENNIS
A very important element common to all professionals is the setting of the hand at the time of the end of the swing. With all the variety of forms and sizes of the swing, the tour players perform the same arm position in the final stage, which immediately precedes the removal of the racket towards the ball. In fact, the whole purpose of the swing is reduced to putting the hand in this position. This reference point is one of the most obscure points in modern forehand.
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COVERING FOR TENNIS COURTS
One of the most important factors that have a significant impact on the game of tennis players can be considered the gaming characteristics of the tennis court where the match is being held. There are many players who perform well in some tournaments, but do not show results in others: Rafael Nadal – the dirt king, Djokovic – plays best on Australian hard, and Wimbledon grass is ideal for Federer. Consider the advantages and disadvantages of the most commonly used options.
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