Some beautiful court level hitting

SpinToWin

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Watch the feet if you want to learn from this training session. Set up the stroke early (raising the racquet head in preparation for the shot before you initiate it) and get the feet in place and the rest can follow nice and loosely; it’s the setup that makes the quality of the stroke, rather than perfect shadowswings or anything like that.

Also salivating at Shapo’s serve. What a thing of beauty.
 

Curious

Legend
Set up the stroke early (raising the racquet head in preparation for the shot before you initiate it) and get the feet in place and the rest can follow nice and loosely; it’s the setup that makes the quality of the stroke, r
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Immediate racket up and shoulder turn as soon as the ball leaves the opponent. Exactly. Crucial.
Incredibly hard to master for adult learners like me.
 

3loudboys

Professional

Watch the feet if you want to learn from this training session. Set up the stroke early (raising the racquet head in preparation for the shot before you initiate it) and get the feet in place and the rest can follow nice and loosely; it’s the setup that makes the quality of the stroke, rather than perfect shadowswings or anything like that.

Also salivating at Shapo’s serve. What a thing of beauty.
Such relaxed strokes with impeccable footwork. Nice vid.


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mainmain

New User
Compared to Shapo, Rublev has the grace and fluidity of a soviet-era main battle tank roaming in a flattened chechen city. He is also nearly as loud. I like both, though .
 

heninfan99

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winning record against tittipass
Compared to Shapo, Rublev has the grace and fluidity of a soviet-era main battle tank roaming in a flattened chechen city. He is also nearly as loud. I like both, though .
I think of Rublev more as a screeching feral Russian cat clawing at anything in the landscape of a post-nuclear mother Russia.
 
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