In today’s quick tip, I will show you one of the most common teaching and playing mistakes when it comes to learning the serve properly, the “Backscratch” position. You will see from my example and those of the pros how this common error can be corrected very easily giving you:
2. More consistency
3. More accuracy
The Simple Solution: Keep your racquet head UP as you start to load.
The racquet face should drop after the leg drive, trunk drive and shoulder drive, much like a pitcher in baseball or a quarterback in football.
In this video, I will show you how the pros do it and how you can correct any errors that you may have with your serve.
Please let me know what you think by commenting below or by contacting me by email.
I woud love to hear any thoughts on this.
Coach Mick, USPTA