Suggestions on good forehand DVDs

Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by plumcrazy, Dec 25, 2009.

  1. plumcrazy

    plumcrazy Rookie

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    Can anybody tell me any GOOD forehand dvds that I could buy. TW has some but there are no reviews. Thanks and Merry Christmas!!!!
     
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  2. Fedace

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    why does it have to be DVD ? why not just go to a great website like Tennisone.com ??
     
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  3. plumcrazy

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    Trying to get out cheap. Tennisone charges $80 a year. Their wesite looks great though. If I had the money I'd definitely go with FYB premium. Wills great! The DVDs range $29-$50. Thanks though!
     
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  4. user92626

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    What with the FH stroke don't you get or cannot find answers on the Internet?
     
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  5. ci2ca

    ci2ca Semi-Pro

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    There's the bolleteri killer forehand on youtube I'm pretty sure.
     
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  6. heretoserve

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    Well your racquet doesnt fall closed(tilted to the ground). When the racquet is open or even on edge you have to make many adjustments to get it vertical at contact. I tell my kids to pat the doggy on the head when the racquet falls. When you first try to do this you will hit yourself in the foot. But as you start to come from more under the ball you will see you can swing much faster and confidently. Hope this helps.
     
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  7. heretoserve

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    oops wrong place. My bad.
     
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