Discussion in 'Tennis Tips/Instruction' started by pgreg, Jan 25, 2013.
have you tried the internet?
tennisplayer.net (some free, rest subscription)
And what's the name of the other site by Will Hamilton, that one.
Tennis player dot net is lame unless your paying for it. The free stuff is garbage. The paid stuff is good I guess but I would never pay for that site. Especially when free is just as good.
Google YouTube of any pro player you want of any stroke. There will be tons
Nice comparisons & analyses from Tennisoxygen
Here's an oldie but (really) goodie:
USTA Player Development
Let's you frame by frame.
I thought my subscription was worth it. And I'm in no way affiliated with them.
The problem with so many youtube vids is that so many of them are filmed during warmups, where the players are just casually stroking the ball. I'm looking for real match vids with good angles.
I wish there was a high frame rate interactive video where you can view multiple angles of the exact same shot (like a Federer serve).
This Wawrinka vs. Dimitrov video is good (and created by a forum member, thanks aimr75)
TopTennisTraining has some videos of high-intensity practice matches-- one example is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUvJjrlnqFs
This Youtube channel has a few videos that fit the bill as well.
This is my YouTube video library - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVtnV90bBCB50nkd8EQDFOQ?feature=watch
curious, do you ask permission from tennis player dot net and FYB to upload their vids?
These particular videos are public.
^^^^ YouTube ^^^^ has a ton of stuff.
Fuzzyyellowballs.com has a pro strokes library too. Give an e-mail address and its free.
Here's what I'm looking for:
- Real match play
- Slow motion
- side/back/front views (no diagonal angles)
- top players (fed, nadal, djo, murray)
I still haven't found any vids that match all of these
Here is a side view of Fed i shot at this years AO
Slow motion, 120fps can be viewed in HD
Regular speed, same angle
Great quality vids!
You are picky!
Here's a couple of Federer that might fit your criteria:
These are at kind of a diagonal angle, but I think you can see quite a bit...
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