I record match videos of some Chalanger Series tournaments. I have a twohanded backhand, a lefty, and I have tried this two ways.
One, by keeping the top hand on the grip at all times but this does not seem to work as well trying to turn the shoulder for a forehand shot. But I do find that placing the top hand just anove the grip maybe between the top of the throat and the grip. This allow me to better turn the shoulder for a forehand or backhand shot plus I can Quickly slide my hand down to the grip for the two handed backhand shot much quicker.
I do all my editing on my ipad using Pinnacle Studio and use a Canon camera. I’d love to get into video taping Slow motion video.
I this videos she appears to use a square/neutral stance. When she makes contact she has already turned her trunk 90 degrees to directly face the net even before her hitting arm breaks the plane of her now forward facing torso. Am I seeing this correctly? Should I understand that starting with a neutral stance the torso should lead the hitting arm significantly and be facing fully forward at contact.
Great teaching vedio. Thanks so much for helping me to be a better coach.
thanks for oportunity, in the practice 5 forehands hitteds off centre frame and 2 backs on the centre frame now image in the matches …..
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