Forehand Raquet Pronation – right-handed


In the finish of the swing:
 

Pronate and let the raquet point down

You should be able to look at your watch (if right-handed pretending to have a watch on the wrist of the right arm)

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Your stomace should be pointing towards the net in the point of contact

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The end of the preparation:

You should be able to see the watch on the raquet hands wrist
(If right-handed imagine a watch on the wrist of the right hand)

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The free arm in the preparation:

Keep the free arm parallell to the baseline and the non-dominant hand on the heart of the raquet in the preparation

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Forehand Preparation

Preparation:

Keep the non-dominant hand on the heart of the raquet when you take the raquet back

The raquet should be pointing upwards, forward