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If you choose to hit through the ball on the forehand you might experience an... The forehand is an across the body circular shot accompanied by torso rotation.
In order to impart topspin for a tennis forehand, the racquet must move upwards. But since we hold the racquet in the dominant arm, we tend to use only the arm – meaning the shoulder joint. (It’s also the strongest, and we like to use it for more power.) The beginning of the upward racquet head movement needs to start with the legs.
The wrist, forearm, and elbow remain fixed until after the racquet has passed completely through the hitting zone. Hold your position after the ball is hit Even once the ball is hit, the racquet holds its position.
Most players have heard tennis commentators, professional players, coaches, and teaching pros repeat the phrase “come over the ball for topspin.”. That phrase to some extent has been replaced by the “windshield wiper forehand.”. Both are “myths” of tennis. And if you are someone who has this in your tennis tool box as a “fact,” you are certainly a victim of this myth.
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The forehand is the most important shot in tennis, after the serve and return. Around 75% of all winners from the baseline, on the ATP tour, are hit with a forehand. That’s why it’s so important to build a reliable and consistent forehand in tennis, one that will allow you to construct points and hit winners when the time is right.
In order to make the most of your forehand technique in tennis, you need to find your ideal forehand contact point because only there will you be able to generate the most power with the least amount of effort. Hitting the ball at the optimal contact point whether on the forehand or the backhand side also enables you to play with high consistency.