SERVE – THE BIBLE

 

The Bible of the Serve

The Technique and Biomechanics

 

 

 

 

Complete movie, it’s a must for all tennis players.

Including: Technique (Grip, Swing, The non-dominant arm, Foot stance) Biomechanics (Body rotation, Body weight transfer, Vertical footwork)

The serve is broken down into 8 phases:

1.Ground Position
2.The rotation of the body in the preparation
3.The end of the preparation
4.The super spot
5.The point of contact
6.The racquet after point of contact
7.The follow through
8.The finish

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SERVE – THE BIBLE

Left-handed
Right-handed

 

The Bible of the Serve

The Technique and Biomechanics

 

 

 

 

Complete movie, it’s a must for all tennis players.

Including: Technique (Grip, Swing, The non-dominant arm, Foot stance) Biomechanics (Body rotation, Body weight transfer, Vertical footwork)

The serve is broken down into 8 phases:

1.Ground Position
2.The rotation of the body in the preparation
3.The end of the preparation
4.The super spot
5.The point of contact
6.The racquet after point of contact
7.The follow through
8.The finish

SERVE – TENNIS LESSON 1

Left-handed
Right-handed

 

The Swing Path of the Serve

 

 


 

 

Approximately 60% of the power in the serve comes from the swing path.

 

SERVE – TENNIS LESSON 2

Left-handed
Right-handed

 

The Pronation of the Serve

 

 

 

 

 

Pronation is one of the most important parts of the tennis serve. Every high-level tennis player pronates when he or she hits the tennis ball.  This video covers how, when and why you pronate when you hit a tennis serve. If you haven’t already added pronation to your serve, now is the time!

SERVE – TENNIS LESSON 3

Left-handed
Right-handed

 

The Upperbody Rotation

of the Serve

 

 


 

Body rotation, one of the forces in the biomechanics to hit with more power.  In this video you will learn an easy way to rotate your upper body and you will automatically hit with more power and safety.

 

SERVE – TENNIS LESSON 4

Left-handed
Right-handed

 

The Non-Dominant Arm

of the Serve

 

 

 

 

At what height should the toss be made and where should the non-dominant are go afterwards? You find the answers in this movie