Typically, on the forehand volley there will be little to no swing. The first key to the forehand volley in tennis is keeping the racket face up while the lower body must maintain a low and strong base of support. The posture on the body must be upright, and the swing path should be limited.
Catch the ball and freeze. If you were successful in catching the ball, you’ll notice that your hand opened up, and you just allowed the ball to enter in. There was absolutely no swinging motion. You would have just made the perfect forehand volley. Now remember that the racquet is merely an extension of your hand.
http://www.instanttennis.tips/Tennis tips for volleysIn this video coach Simon Konov shares a few tips to help you master your volleys.Take your tennis to ne...
The volley is the shot that is the most similar in both sports, but there are some minor technical differences that make the padel volleys more effective.
Forehand Volley – Secrets of the Tennis Forehand Volley. The forehand volley is one of the shots used when a player is attacking the net. This is often a follow-up shot after an initial approach shot has been hit. Typically, players use the forehand volley when the ball comes to their dominant side. Depending on the point situation and court position, the forehand volley can either be a finesse shot or a finishing shot.
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The invisible secret – visible only in super slow motion and only if you know what to look for! – of a correct volley is allowing the ball to move the racquet face slightly backward while at the same time you’re moving your arm forward.
In this video I will show you my latest discovery on the volley. I have found a great tip that I know you have never heard of and its a huge fundamental. The...
The next time you’re on the court and you get those lower volleys especially on the forehand side, finish with the racquet strings facing up towards the sky in the “waiter tray” position. See if that helps your forehand volley when the ball is just below net level.