Jorge, it’s beautifully done ! With the soothing music, it surely feel like a poetry. Thanks!
Thank you jorge for this master piece of beautiful foot work and position techniques. It’s true what was said: No Roger No tennis.
Well done Jorge. A Beautiful video of one of the finest sportspersons of all time, as my late great Judo teacher would have said ,’when you watch a master at work it’s like poetry in motion” Walter McFarland -Abbey Judo Club . Hopefully we can appreciate a healthy Roger playing gor many years to come.Many thanks Jorge.Dave Smith Belfast
Fabulous job, Jorge! I like the perfect brief analysis of the video you made in the e-mail. Nice selection of the shots in the video. I highly appreciate that you let us also see the actions from different angles! Thank you for the effort to put all this together and taking time to answer the questions.
It interesting how he starts his forehand high and then goes low – which is the way the PTR teaches it. I have always played low to high. But, I am 69. It seems like going from high to low to high is a waste of a stroke. Why not just go low to high?? I had to switch to my left arm when I injured my right arm. And, I just started low to high and it works much easier when learning that new stroke for the first time. Great video.
Amazing to watch! RF makes it all look so easy!
best and thank you!
Thanks.I love watching videos that improves my coaching skill. I know more interesting videos to watch will be coming. You’re great. More power.
Amazing to watch! Thanks!
Jorge – Thanks. You seem to know what we want to see, plain and simple. Is there a way to copy the video onto our computer so we can view it when there is not internet service?
Yes, it is a free video that is hosted on YouTube, so it should be downloadable. I would only ask that you NOT send to to a bunch pf people as I would rather have them give me their email and receive the entire course with the FREE eBook.
Poetry!! I’m sure you have seen slow motion of Pancho Gonzales,in particular the serve it’s a beautiful thing. I had the honor of seeing Pancho live in 1963 and was hooked at that point.
Same could be said for the Rocket.
Ron Atkinson USPTA
I really enjoyed these videos. Hope I can be added to your mailing list.
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