Simple Tennis Forehand Power Trick – Tennis Forehand Lesson.
In this video Top Tennis Training coach Simon Konov will help you get more power on your forehand with one simple trick.
The key to more power on any shot is racket head speed. Leverage on any shot will give you the force over the ball, but also allow the space to accelerate your racket in the most energy efficient way.
By simply starting your forehand with the racket head up like Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal you will be gaining more leverage right from the start of the stroke along with saving time later in the swing with the lag position.

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  2. I don't know what the comments are talking about but if you do it properly federer's or nadal's forehand is anything but effortless. Why do you think so few achieve the same consistent result? Because their forehand is hard to copy. First of all i agree about what he said. My interpretation is the grip is in the ready position for the next step. Without this step you would cause shoulder pain. i theorize I hurt my shoulder because i was in my relax position which when transition to the next step is what cause it. Second of all the lag may be from rotation but I doubt it. It is from the hand manually position the butt of the handle to point at the ball. There's no shortcut to this. There's no skipping this step. All pro does this. There's no cause and effect like if I do this then the butt of the handle would point at the ball anyways. In appearance yes but there'll be no drive to the shot. Third most people can't do it consistently with straight arm. Not even djokovic can. There're specific criteria or limitation that just makes it impossible. I advise most people not to copy federer. I'm in my early 30's and I tweaked my shoulder trying to perfect it. The straight arm makes it instead of driving the shot with wrist, elbow, shoulder instead only wrist and shoulder. I'm not doing anything wild with the wrist and most of the power that should come from the elbow instead came from the shoulder. That's what I think anyways.

  3. The "pulling back"
    movement and subsequent racket drop add supination on the back-swing to the forearm on the forehand, and add pronation to the back-swing on the backhand- something I haven't heard discussed. Both extremes are power and lag boosters, I believe.

  4. The lag doesn’t just happen, if it did players would’ve been doing it decades ago, which they weren’t. Extra lag has to be exaggerated first in order to later become natural. Just sayin’…Excellent instruction, thank you!

  5. This – in combination with 'how to stay loose like Roger – is pure gold and greatly improved my forehand. Thanks a lot guys, great advice as always!

  6. The secret to the movement of the pros is not the lag! When they pull the racket into position like you see in the videos here. The are setting up the other hand at shoulder width and use it to hit with the core and hip movement. If done correctly you will hit with tremendous power effortlessly. As far as the racket head being closed fist down is to give the bull topspin when they make the rotation

  7. Like the video tip and nice pro shots to illustrate the point and get a good mental imagery. Too many pop up ads right in the middle of the picture that is too distracting. Makes me shy away from your videos… too bad as a few others I've seen are pretty good

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