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Tennis Forehand Court -Wide Inside-Out Winner!

Here is how to hit a court wide inside-out tennis forehand winner:

1. Be alert to opportunities and pick them especially when the opponent(s) ball
is weaker or short to your backhand side.

2. You must be willing to move fast and around your backhand to strike the ball
with your forehand.

3. Move side ways with parallel or backward steps until the forehand set-up

4. Charge explosive elastic energy by bending and anchoring your  left leg
in open stance.

5. You are in a position where going
cross court wide is the prefered shot, but do not ignore the up the line shot
if your opponent committed too early to cover the other corner.

6. Go for it! Swing as hard as you can (winner consistency will take time to
develop – so accept mistakes and be courageous).

7. Keep your head still and looking forward as you let your body (shoulders)
rotate  underneath. Use your hip rotation to generate segmented power.

8. Naturally let the
racket head decrease speed end without holding it until the rotation
stops .

9. As a precaution follow the ball to the net or get further inside the court until you are sure it is a winner!

NOTE: 1- The girl on the court wide inside-out tennis forehand winner video
unleashes powerful
elastic energy
into the shot as she jumps into the ball as she strikes it.

2 – At the moment of impact Elbow is tucked into the body.

3 – She generates more ball speed by using a flatter stroke and linear movement
through the shot.

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Racket Head High and Sideways Footwork Preparation wide-tennis-forehand Aim at Ball and Generate Elastic Energy by Pressing
Feet into Groundwide-tennis-forehand
Elbow Tucked in Release Elastic Energy with Jump Linear
Flat Stroke Airborne to Strike ball at Highest Pointwide-tennis-forehand
Landing on front foot with continued upper
body rotationwide-tennis-forehand

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1 comment to Tennis Forehand Court -Wide Inside-Out Winner!

  • Ramesh

    For me it’s a pleasure to watch Federer. I alawys regretted not seeing the great players of other eras in tennis in their prime. I would have loved to have seen Pancho Gonzales and the many great Aussies of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s in their primes. But having observed the end of the wood era, and all of post-wooden era, I think I’m truly fortunate indeed to have seen the following players in their primes:Borg, McEnroe, Agassi, Sampras and Federer.I know I’ve left a few greats off that list, but to be honest, these are the ones that have really inspired my interest of tennis. I wouldn’t mind seeing Sampras surprise the world by beating Federer in one of their exhibitions, and although he claims he’s hitting the ball better than in his prime because of the advancements in equipment, I doubt he has much of a chance.It should still be interesting and definitely historic.

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