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The distance to the ball must not be too big or too small. Tennis players often have the problem that they hit the ball too late, i.e. too close to their body. From there it is then difficult to hit a controlled forehand. When contacting the ball, the racket head should be approximately parallel to the net.
Without a topspin when you hit the ball across and it clears 4-5 feet above, the speed and velocity of the ball will carry it to at least 30-50 feet across. That is why a topspin forehand is a shot that is a weapon of choice of professional players.
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6 Drills For Finding The Ideal Forehand Contact Point. The following tennis drills can be applied to any forehand grip even though the contact point differs for a continental, eastern, semi-western or western grip. The only thing that the player needs to focus on is whether he feels good energy transfer and good “contact” with the ball.
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The following tennis lesson helps you develop the modern forehand technique, which allows you to hit forehands with effortless power while maintaining high consistency of your shots. Most tennis players struggle with forehands when they have to finish short balls or when they try to dictate the rallies from the baseline because they don’t know […]
And we’re looking for a ball on either of the forehand or backhand side, whichever side that you want to work on. That’s about three or four steps away from the center of the baseline. And the feeder, again, this is important, if you guys have a ball machine that would really be ideal.
In a 2007 study, Neal et al analyzed ‘timing’ factors in expert golfers (they were very good, but they weren’t pros). To assess timing, they looked at angular speeds of every golf swing (between the top of the backswing to the club’s impact with the ball) at 5 segments - pelvis, upper torso, arm, forearm and hand.