Okay in this segment we are going to do the
Chip and Charge on the forehand side. A lot of times the players, your opponent when you
serve, you are expecting it blasted back, but if you can use an under spin shot as a
returner, you are going to be able to take it, you open the face of the Racquet, you
chip and you follow it in and get to the net. By hitting it with under spin and relatively
slow, it allows you time to get to the net. “Aright Ken and keep going, good job Ken,
a couple more times, chip, here we go and one more time.” Okay, so as Ken has flawlessly executed this
Chip and Charge move or there is a lot you can do, you can go down the line, you can
go out wide with it, you can go down the middle, there is a lot of things you can do with it
because you are not trying to hit a winner, you are just trying to position yourself to
be in a good position to hit a volley.

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Dennis Veasley

7 thoughts on “Returning Serve in Tennis : Chip & Charge Forehand in Tennis Serve Returns”

  1. more of a chip lob. The whole idea of a chip and charge return is to hit the slice aggresively. The slice should stay low and you should "charge" in behind it. Watch Henman or Rafter. This is horrific

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