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This special lesson features step by step drill progressions that will lead you to excellence in all three elements of the Serve Mastery Formula:

1. Spin
2. Consistency
3. Power

Follow these drills and your serve will become the confident, reliable weapon you’ve always wanted, truly becoming the difference maker it’s supposed to be.

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33 COMMENTS

  1. Essential Tennis does a better job of breaking down the mechanics of learning and improving a shot than anyone. I've studied others that demonstrate the shot as well, but no one helps me to learn or change a shot as well as these guys. I used to hate shadow swings, but putting in the time has helped me a lot. Shadow tosses? Completely new sub-step. Can't wait to try it. Thanks, Ian and team.

  2. He literally explained me on my serve.im in total frustration lol and tried watching YouTube vids and getting tips from team mates haha this video is awesome

  3. Wait. So we're supposed to use the same stance for all kinds of serve? I use a more linear stance to hit flat/slice serve and more closed stance for the kick serve 🤔

  4. So I was practicing serves and they were going really well one week. I started those sessions with loose barrel drills and then like this video focused on being loose after I transitioned into serving. A few weeks later practicing serves did not go well. The balls curved less and tended to go long. It was harder to hit to the backhand side on the Ad court. I think your video makes a great point – it’s very easy to get back into bad habits, and learning correct technique is a challenge. The ultimate challenge is that serving works best for me when I keep it simple, don’t think too much, and just ‘serve’ – relying on instinct seems to only work if we consistently nurture the right habits. Anyway your video’s great I’m definitely going to check out the rest.

  5. Now thats teaching! Show and explain. Provide drills with progressions. Describe how they should feel, the results that should be expected, and when to move on. Best quote, the RIGHT practice makes perfect. 👍🙂🎾

  6. I have a question which has been bothering me for a long time. It is about the drop part. Does the drop happens because I'm supposed to loosen my elbow etc so that the racket drops back on its own right before the swing, or does it drop because I try to reach the target so it goes down as I try to generate power moving my arm towards to target? Like it happens with you noticing it on its own just as you throw something without thinking about it.

  7. Can you make a video on how to hit a good kick serve on the deuce side? Every single video out there only shows kick serves from add side which is natural and fairly easy to do. I really struggle on the deuce side though and would love to see some tips. Thank you!

  8. Unbelievable video to help breakdown my serve. Can’t wait for the next few videos. An one more thing; how many tennis balls did Kevin have in that one pocket??????

  9. Hey guys and girls at essential tennis, I was wondering if you could do a video on generating your own power. I find that my timing becomes out of wack when I play someone that just dinks the ball and drop shots back. However, when I play someone who rips the ball, I play my best, I don’t even have to think about timing. Any suggestions?

  10. Hi ET fam,

    I was working on my kick serve as my 2nd serve and I’ve already got the fundamentals by watching your videos. Now, I’d like to work with more power but still has some sort of spin on it. And I don’t know what I’m doing wrong but it usually goes on the net and if it does go it will be at least 5-6 feet over the service line box. Thank you for lessons keep up the excellent tutorials!

  11. Hi Essential Tennis,

    where is that video where you had Ed Tseng talking about mental toughness? Ian, Ira, & Kirby were also in it.
    It was a good video & I wanted to show someone it to give them some new perspective on that subject.

    In regards to your video here, I still feel like your taking the scenic route to address the problem areas students have, but the whole serve personally concept being pitched in this series is hilarious yet extremely accurate & a great way of describing most common beliefs & methodologies that students bring to the court.

    When I started out almost twenty years ago playing about 4.0, 5.0 or so, I was all three combined!!
    A total serving wack job.

    Many thanks.

  12. This is an excellent video. Will you guys be offering clinics at 2019 Indian Wells pro tournament? If so do you have a schedule?

  13. Part of my problem is not really knowing what my serve motion looks like. I don't really have someone who can video me while I'm serving, and I'm not sure if I would be able to pinpoint accurately where the errors are in my motion if I had a video. Ugh!

  14. Thank you for these progressions. I will definitely try these out when i get the next chance; its been ☔ by me a little lately. The dummy toss idea might work because i get tense when it comes to actually hitting the ball. Like u all say, put in the reps.

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