Excellent video and will try it.
Very good video Jorge! I wanna ask what type of grip do we have to use esp for the fast serve we receive? Thanks.
Continental all the way!
Thanks so much for your videos. The 5 system is great. Something new for me that I will definitely use in lessons. Question – should the follow through on the 3rd type of return – the chip be a 5? It looks like Carly is stopping hers a bit short.
Dana, Thanks for watching the video. I would recommend that you try it and experiment. Every players is a bit different with what they feel comfortable with.
Jorge, Another great video. You’re consistency in content is great, just like a great game of tennis; consistency wins. I love the system 5 myself. I use it frequently. The best take back is your mention of reception skills. I’ve never heard it called that before, so I am stealing it and using it for my own lessons. Thank you for giving us more tools in our tool box. On the counter-punch return, the second phase of returns in this video, I think it’s important to note that Carly is making contact 2-3 steps inside the baseline, whereas on the first set of returns she’s making contact right at the baseline and maybe 1 step inside the baseline. This allows for a little more time for that bigger backswing to fit into the shot. Keep up the great work. I know you will. I love how you hit your bullet points as your checklist of things to cover. Your content is well organized and consistent.
Thanks a lot Mike and I hope it helps on the court…
Thank you for your teaching point that provides the tools to improve my return of serve as a recreational player.
Using the 5″ system has given me more awareness of touch and feel.
Sincere thanks and I look forward to future learning opportunities.
Excelentes vídeos , muestra todos los detalles de este golpe llamado devolución , entendiendo mejor que hacer en las diferentes situaciones de velocidad del saque felicitaciones Att Pedro Nel Ospina R Medellin Colombia
Great tips – I use the same “system 5” in all my teaching strokes – takes me back to the 80’s and it is still good today. Keep up the great work.
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