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7.2 Tennis Forehand Technique Advanced – Stretch Shortening Cycle. In this tennis forehand technique advanced drill, you’ll find out something that you MUST get right to get huge speed. It’s called the stretch shortening cycle. I know it sounds like a painful yoga pose….
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My forehand has always been my weak point. I have a strong backhand. I never had lessons but hold my own with the 4.0s. Look forward to developing a good forehand with your tips that will take my game to the next level. Well written. Also, is there anything in the stroke (did and/don’t s) that can help prevent shoulder/rotator injury? Reply
The forehand swing path is very similar to a bowling motion. To get the feel for the bowling motion, you can simply take a few tennis balls and bowl them towards a target. After 20 or so repetitions, take your racket and see if you can implement this feeling of bowling into your swing.
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It’s true that an advanced forehand is a mixture of complex elements, but it can still be broken down into simple elements. The two main engines that create power for the forehand shot in tennis are the rotation and extension of the arm. Note how the hips moved when Federer began rotating into the ball.