Tennis Technique Lessons

Tennis technique (video) lessons: learn or improve the main technical elements of the tennis strokes.
Each lesson is divided into four major parts: preparation, contact, follow-through (finish) and drills to practice.
Improve your consistency, accuracy and power by learning the proper tennis strokes technique.

forehand ground-stroke tennis technique lesson
Tennis Lesson: Forehand Ground-Stroke

(5 videos / 29 minutes)   New

drop shot technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Drop Shot
(5 videos / 12 minutes)

half volley technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Half-Volley
(5 videos / 14 minutes)

slice forehand technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Slice Forehand

(4 videos / 12 minutes)

slice backhand technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Slice Backhand

(5 videos / 14 minutes)

drive volley technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Drive Volley

(5 videos / 15 minutes)

one handed backhand technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: One-Handed Backhand

(5 videos / 14 minutes)

backhand volley technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Backhand Volley

(5 videos / 17 minutes)

forehand volley technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Forehand Volley

(5 videos / 18 minutes)

serve technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Flat Serve
 
(5 videos / 19 minutes)

tennis serve tactics lesson
Tennis Lesson: Strategic Serve Practice
 
(7 videos / 45 minutes)

grips tennis lesson
Tennis Grips: Simply Explained
 
(2 videos / 10 minutes)

two handed backhand technique tennis lesson
Tennis Lesson: Two-Handed Backhand
 
(6 videos / 14 minutes)

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