The Shoulder Level Shot

Tennis Gator Groundstrokes

The shoulder level shot is used to attack a high ball from the opponent. The idea is to hit it hard and with little topspin. Technically, the player will prepare high, setting the racquet at the shoulder level. From there the racquet will come around hitting through the ball with little spin. Ideally, the contact point should be between chest ...

This post is only available to members. Please register or log in.

If you are already logged in and you have an existing PTR membership renew your access to the TennisGate resources by following this link