Go Slow Then Fast Serve Rhythm | TENNIS SERVETennis Evolution
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As the saying goes, “Haste makes waste.” Most things in life are not needed to be rushed; finding love, finishing that test so you can get out of the room, finishing that task.
In our case here, with tennis shots, we’re going to try to slow down our motion, before going fast, as we hit the swing for you to get that sense of rhythm. Not only that, but doing so will ease the tension and nervousness you’re feeling at the beginning of your swing.
It’s actually very simple; as you’re preparing to hit the ball, slow your pace down. And then at contact point, swing fast, so you can hit that winning shot!
Want to know more? Check out this video for a detailed step-by-step process on how to master this trick!
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