Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by samprasvsfederer123, Feb 1, 2009.
also how you put a picture on your profile
for the slice. it a high to low motion. go check fuzzyyellowballs ' videos. they're on youtube now also in hd.
as for the pic. you need 50 posts first.
yeah I recommend FYB. There are on youtube, or just google the name.
you need a grip big enough, not very big, just it has to fit your hand perfectly. i notice with small gripsizes its harder to slice than with bigger gripsizes.
I do that most of the time, but apparantley the correct way is high to low, then back high, with a locked L shape with the racquet and the arm. When I just practice I can get that down, but when I'm pushed wide or don't have time to set up I still tend to forget to bring the racquet back up.
Don't need to focus on the back up part, as it naturally does as you go into recovery position anyways.
Since our arms extend from shoulders, and you do a long stroke for the slice, it naturally brings the racket up chest high, ready for your move back to center of court.
Hit enough, it happens.
Forehand, I slice off SW and continental grips. Backhand, I slice off a hybrid easternforehand/continental, continental, and Eastern backhand grips.
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