This film will be about the variations of fotställningar. Variations of the fotställningar available in forehand. We will teach you how to hit in different situations, and why you should turn that way. Join me on the court. I thought the first show you two variations on straight pedestal with step-in steps. Create a short ball and can walk in the path, it may be good to play with a straight stand, and a step-in steps. This technology allows you to play faster with very fine control. If you want more pressure in the same situation. So it might look like, straight foot position with a jump-out. So, you jump and rotate and so you get more power in battle. If you have then created a short ball. A short ball that might be high, at shoulder height or similar that you want to turn down. Then you can use straight foot position with a jump-forward. As can be seen like this! And then rotate around! And thus, you can press to squeeze the ball down the court. Fluent attack. Is a technique you should use when you want to hit your forehand stroke, and then follow up on the net and finish with a volley. And it can be seen like this, you start with a stride and run through your forehand while switching This technology is better than the one I showed just now, the straight stand, and jump-foreward. Because when I do a straight foot position down jump-foreward, I will not be so much closer to the net. As I do with the other technology when I riparian running through battle. Tennis player who has the forehand as their best weapon, also use the forehand a lot on his backhand side and turning inside-out and inside-out. If I turn away to the opponent’s backhand. So it is called inside-out if both are right-handed. I do, however, that I turn away against the opponent’s forehand. If both are right-handed, it is called fo an inside-out And technically it looks something like this, I start with a step behind and then put me in the semi-open foot position. And look that I stand with my feet wide and that I have the weight on the back foot. And here, I press away, rotates and moves the body weight into the direction of impact. So that there would be an inside-out forehand. And an inside-out is the same way. I push off and follow through, with the force of impact direction. In the forehand in this case with a inside-out. If you have created a short ball, I think you should use straight pedestal with step-in steps. Big step straight toward the ball and follow suit with a step-in steps. And that’s good because then you can push up the pace, take the ball a little bit earlier and the opponent might come out of time. If you would rather put a little more pressure on the opponent with more force not only control. So you can make a so-called jump-in, and it looks like this. You step straight toward the ball and jump around and it gets more power in the battle. Another technique that I learned when I started playing tennis. It was that you have a straight foot strike and you jump forward in this way. And it can be a good technique if you have created a short ball, a ball that is quite high and you want to hit the ball down the court, What I see as a little drawback of the technology is that often when you are far into the course, you want to follow up on the network. And finish with a volley. And when you use this technique, you will not be so much closer to the net. But I prefer that you have a fluent attack. You run through your kind. So, as you turn your shot so you much closer to reach. And then you have a much better ball position and probably win the point. Do you have a good forehand, I think you should learn that even playing forehand from the backhand side. As soon as the opponent’s ball is a little slower and especially little högstudsande. So you should be able to walk around it in this way and play an inside-out or an inside-out. And that you should keep in mind technically is that you take a big step last so feet Is a good distance apart and you have the weight on the rear when loading And then turn and moves the weight into the blow direction of the effective stroke. In this film, you’ve got to learn different variations on the basic fotställningar. As a tennis player, it’s always good to have a large toolbox. In no situation on the tennis court is really like any other. And with a bigger toolbox, it is so much fun to play tennis. In the next film we will talk about the approach and the concept of strong grip. About how your grip affects what you can do on the tennis court.

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Dennis Veasley

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