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Today we show you how to hit a “heavy” forehand. This video is for players with a PlayYourCourt rating of 50 to 80.

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44 COMMENTS

  1. To me, Dominic Thiem has one of the heaviest forehand and backhand.
    And sorry Scott, but Nate's forehand better…it's alike mine.

  2. You guys have a lot of passion for teaching and have good points to convey but you missed out on the correct method of instruction. Like the other comments below please curtail the repetitiveness and go direct to the point. If you want to put value on your video by injecting more time, use it to show and enough of the tell. Dennis Van Der Meer on my first Tennis U and World Tennis Teacher’s conference reiterated, “stay away from a teacher who talks more than he teaches”.

  3. If you transfer a little of weight forward you will get more power too. Every shot u guys were ending on the right leg 🦵. More leg u use more power you will have. Otherwise it’s muscle forehand

  4. Would love to see these guys, this lesson, but with $5 dollar syn gut strings instead of gut-poly hybrid cheater strings that most rec players don't use.

  5. Is it correct to hit a ball while standing and turning on your rear leg? My tennis teacher freaks out when I do that, like You din on 7.30?

  6. Would you consider a Djokovic style where it is a very spinny "flat" ball, that doesn't have the Nadal style bounces a "heavy" ball as well?

  7. Terrible teachers! Have you heard the saying: monkey see, monkey do? Most learners are visual. Bla, bla, bla teaches absolutely nothing.

  8. Any chance you guys could talk less crap and be more proactive about teaching the lesson, players are watching this for the tips to better their game not for the comedy that the two of you constantly fail at.

  9. This is not how you hit a heavy ball. This is hitting a high ball over the net (which is good, and more players should get used to this), but the balls hit in this video are not "heavy", because the weight transfer from the player to the ball is incorrect.

  10. I have been courtside at Stockholm Open for many years and this is what I expected to see but the reality is most of the pros have much lower net clearance than this.

  11. Again guys this is not good. Be prepared to shank and miss and be put away and not being able to hit the winners when you need. Look at how much energy he is using. If you teach correctly you can easily tell your students why you don’t want to spin in so high. Flatten it out and use the spin with feel don’t swing below the ball. Geez geez geez

  12. Far too much talking!! I cant imagine too many guys who are serious about being coached subjecting themselves to all this chatter. I've always felt that tennis coaches here on youtube seem to be in love with the sound of their own voices. Talk less, demonstrate more.

  13. Awesome video Scott and Nate! Like Scott I grew up using the eastern forehand. During rally practice sessions I am trying to learn the semi-western modern forehand swing technique.

  14. This is a technique I'm really struggling with I hit quite flat and even after I picked tennis up again and moved to a SW grip. I hit a lot of shanks and tighten up when I approach the ball. I also think that I'm late a lot of the time and try to go too vertical which probably exacerbates the problem. I am absolutely determined to get it right but its a real struggle. Sadly I'm UK based so can't take advantage of the online coaching but these videos are invaluable!

  15. Very insightful video!
    My question is that it seems like a heavy ball would work very well in a singles match, what is the best way to utilize the heavy ball in a doubles match?

    Thanks!

  16. Rafa, Verdasco and "Bolling." DelPo and wise guy #2…..such humility. Great topic, but one of the worst tennis instructional videos I've ever seen. You guys don't really want to teach anything……just upload a bunch of selfies and you will be just as effective.

  17. Great videos! How about tips on how to hit a ball that hits the net, dribbles over, with the opponent at the net too. Or when the ball hits the tape (line on the ground) and bounces awkwardly on a clay court. Great work guys, looking forward to the next video.

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