1ST MOVE FOR GREAT SERVES - DELAY THE SERVING HAND. Former ATP top 100 pro Jeff Salzenstein will teach you the keys to improving your serve. In this video, "The Serve Surgeon" dispels one of the biggest serving myths: Down Together, Up Together. This serving mantra has been used by tennis teachers for decades, but Salzenstein demonstrates why great servers actually delay the serving hand when ...
This is not a big concept that you want to focus on your tennis serve. First, you’ve got to have the right grip, stance, first move, trophy pose. As a result, the racquet drop will naturally happen. Keep the racquet away from your head and back, and avoid scratching your back. As you explode upwards with your legs, keep your arm and hand relaxed.
4) FIRST MOVE The first move is one of the most important elements of the tennis serve. Most tennis players lack the proper shoulder turn to aid in effortless, efficient serving. When the upper body doesn’t work properly, natural easy power is difficult to come by. Getting more disguise to throw off the opponent is not attainable either.
by ahmcgowan. The server alternates serving from the two halves of the court. In both a standard game, and tie-break game, the server begins by serving from the right half of the court. The serve must pass over the net and hit the service court that is diagonally opposite the server, before the receiver may return it.
Practice the flat serve first, before moving on to spin or slice. If you do have a tennis court to yourself, take a bucket of balls and go and practice your serve. Practice from both sides of the court, and from both the left and the right. Practice serving into the sun, and practice serving in the shade.
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Remember to use the correct kick serve ball toss (to the left and back behind the body for a right). Move closer and closer to the fence seeing if you can still get the ball over the fence. Once you’ve practiced it consistently, return to the baseline and watch how much easier it is to clear the net.
The pronation and top spin seem counterintuitive until you try and feel it. If you’re a right hander, make a fist with your left hand as if to make a ball and then hit and brush your fist with a “serve top spin” action of your right hand and pronate afterwards.
A serve (or, more formally, a service) in tennis is a shot to start a point. A player will hit the ball with a racquet so it will fall into the diagonally opposite service box without being stopped by the net. Normally players begin a serve by tossing the ball into the air and hitting it (usually near the highest point of the toss).