How To Hit The Perfect Tennis Serve In 5 Simple Steps.
Top Tennis Training coach Simon Konov explains how to hit the perfect tennis serve in five simple steps.

Step One – Using the ideal grip which is the continental grip. This is the same grip you should use for your forehand volley and backhand volley, your tennis overhead smash and your slice backhand. This grip allows you to use supination and pronation on your tennis serve. It also allows you to hit all the different types of serves and spin variations with the same grip, this includes the tennis slice serve, the tennis kick serve, the tennis flat serve and a mixture of all three.

Step Two – A consistent ball toss that goes no higher than six inches above your contact point. The higher you toss the ball, the faster it will be travelling downwards when you try to make contact making it harder to hit in the sweetspot. However if you toss the ball just slightly higher or exactly to your ideal contact point, the ball will stop for a split second at the height of the toss so it’s almost as if you are hitting a stationary object.
The other main reason to keep your ball toss just around the contact point height is because the higher you toss the ball, the more out of control it gets, it’s much easier to consistently toss the ball is the same zone if you toss it lower.

Step Three – Reaching a good trophy position. A good trophy position is very similar to a good throwing position, the main difference is the tilt of the shoulders as are target is the contact point on the serve whereas with a throw it might be forwards.
The characteristics of a good tennis serve trophy pose include the non hitting hand pointing upwards to the ball to help balance the body, the hitting arm in about a 90 degree angle and the tip of the racket pointing upwards towards the sky. If you can you will also have a good knee bend in this position,

Step Four – Using pronation during the contact zone.
By using the continental grip you allow the forearm, arm and shoulder to supinate prior to contact and start pronating during contact and completely pronate after contact. This is the ideal way to accelerate the tennis racket head during the contact zone.

Step Five – Using a good follow through and finish to complete the service motion. For right handers a good indication would be the racket head finishing close to the left hip. This will allow the shoulder muscles to slow down in a natural relaxed way without stressing the shoulder or elbow joint.

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24 COMMENTS

  1. These tips sure are great! They just need some speacilist in it. But do continue you hard work!
    Me: Wow you are an expert
    Mum: GO DO YOUR HOMEWORK!
    Me: But I need to watch this so I can learn…and I want him to be an expert
    Mum: Ok finish the tip that you are on

  2. Dear Top Tennis Training,
    I hope that you make more videos about tennis because you help
    alot with these tips. Even though you just know what you have to say
    to help us work our way to winning our matches.

    I saw the video of you and Alex playing doubles! I dont know if you lost or won
    but I hope you won. You acctualy kinda go on with tennis but you just
    the perfect person who could explain everything about tennis!
    Thank you soo much!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I always “throw” the ball but when I watched this you say place not throw the ball
    that helped so much!
    Thank you!

  4. Love the tips, very helpful as i always struggled with shoulder pain and watching my own serve i could see i was too stff and needed the follow through. I also try to pronate too much to get the kick serve and i think that really stuffed my shoulder up for many years now.

  5. Very good explanation of the serve, Simon! Thank you. I seem to remember a pro player that began the serve with the racket in the throwing position?

  6. Nice. I would suggest to make a video abut fast movement serve. If I mean some player used to have a very fast arm movement when serving. Like Kevin Curren or Henry Leconte. They used to hit the ball on the rise of the toss. In so doing the opponent has very little time to precipice the direction of the ball. I tried to voluntarily speed the movement of the hitting arm and many opponent didn't have enough time to react.

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