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Dennis Veasley

7 thoughts on “Tennis Technique Myth Busters #3 – “Snap Down On The Serve””

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  2. Thanks for what you do! I took private lessons from the same coach for 14 years but I have improved about 100% in the last year since I started watching your videos.

  3. A great couch knows how to say the same thing “twenty different ways” to find the one that resonates with each individual student. I have found this ability few and far between most couches.

  4. You completely misunderstood what “hitting down” means and why that is a great instruction. If you really hit up, as your arm is extended, you have to “pull” the racquet down (feel) to accelerate racquet head while it rotates around the wrist. That’s why you go close to the net and practice actual “hitting down” (and the only way to hit down with any power is to hit up) , then bring the same feel back to the baseline. It feels exactly like spiking in volleyball (hitting down) and is NOT a myth.

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