Tennis Strategy: Shot Selection



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  • you should play cross if you are in a Problem an dlong line if oyu want to go aggressive (or a ver very cross Ball).

    In general.

    Le Ju February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • But my pattern is to go cross than line

    Christie Ansari February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • I played a match today and I played a lefty I lost so annoying

    Christie Ansari February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • nice one! thanks for sharing!

    Saadon Aksah February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
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    Designimi T-shirt February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Thank you,
    Greetings from ILTA Tennis academy Delhi(India) .Your videos are brilliant and Fantastic. Keep up your superb work on the tennis front.

    Tennis Training February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Looks more college then pro level to me! Pro level top 20 use the drop shot now all the time!

    HW2800 February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • One problem I have is against superior players. If I play safe I give them an easy winner, if I attack more I make mistakes. I do have good winning shots on both sides but my errors let me down too often.

    garethonthetube February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Really useful. Thanks

    Nicole M February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Player 2 is Youzhny.

    Kara Dale February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • That's interesting to notice that there's a defensive shot down the line. Many advices say : when you're in defense, play long crosscourt. It's just impossible when you don't have enough time.

    Team-Tennis.fr February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • This dude is a godlike strategist

    Conner Alvarez February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • great review of a point. loved it. Thanks I hit a lot of them out and I tell myself to allow some margin for error.

    Vignesh Dhakshinamoorthy February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • This was a great video,  would love to see more analysis, strategy like this ! .

    Steve Gordonson February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Now, this is thorough video explanation! Great!

    eTennis League February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • great advice

    Violet15 February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Great video and a nice step-by-step analysis! Thumbs up 🙂
    Unrelated question: What video tools do you use for annotations/drawing? I'm working on something similar for a different sport.

    MrAngura February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Question: Why do players take control with their Forehand rather than backhand?

    Watermarlon February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Great tips thanks

    plastic sun February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • great advice
    thx

    Torsade101 February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • hi

    jake brady February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Weak analysis! Player 1's last shot is short and Player 2 stays chicken at 6'+ behind the baseline and tries to float a slice up the line. Question: Is he trying to win this point or is he player 1's hitting mule and being a good boy by not showing up his master? Player 2 's last shot attempt is a college freshman Directionals error.

    Mark Hoffman February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Player 2 looks like Youhzny

    rodctenis February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Please add more of these videos using real pro video highlights. Thanks.

    raysurx2010 February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • This is the best strategy and shot selection video i found on youtube as it analysis a real point play instead of telling theories which might be a bit difficult to grasp and put into playing. I really wish if you would regularly upload some other shot selection analysis videos.. Thanks a lot

    Aqeed Basaar February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Excellent video!

    Android18uk February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • This video gave me a ton of help.

    CinnabunsofSteel February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • What is the level of play, rating?, of the player in white?

    Randy Zeitman February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Have been laughing for years hearing TV analysts like Chris Evert, who should know better, say, "She's really going for the lines."  No, she isn't. Aiming for the lines would take her off the tour in about two weeks, as she would lose every match. Not even Roger can hit the line as a target, and "going for" the line would mean hitting about half of those shots OUT.  Good to hear someone talk some common sense here.

    Craig Lambert February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • nice video. great analyze.

    Dario Manalo February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Of all the online instructions and videos, I like your's the best. Perhaps you could do something on return of service, particularly for doubles.  Thanks, Robbie

    Robbie B February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • A nice vid, I know you like counter points and I have a bunch for this video.

    I have a different assessment rrt shot selection Florian, I not only do not think there were good choices at the club level, I also think they both made mistakes at the pro level, the only excuse they might have is that it's a practice set so they can practice some low percentage shots and try to get better at them for desperate situations

    Player one @ 3;56 makes a mistake imho, going down the line when he is faced with an outside out forehand, he is on defensive wrt court AND body position, as far as I can see, this is a big mistake for most players at any level, unless practicing.

    Outside out is usually a mistake unless you are in an offensive court position, (offensive, means good balance with a nice stable axis as you pointed out in an earlier tutorial, and inside the baseline with transfer of weight moving forward, NOT backward, with this choice the court is shorter, the net is higher, down the line is a MUCH smaller target, you are changing directions of the ball AND it's your weakest choice bio mechanically. (strongest choice bio-mechanically is cross body, though sometimes court geometry leaves plenty of margin for error, in this case court geometry is at odds with the choice).

    On top of that, you have left the majority of the court open and have to scramble to cover a strong cross court answer.

    There are SO many things wrong with that selection, the only reason to do it is if you own the shot, (some pros own it, most do not), or your opponents backhand is so weak it's worth the exchange, or, as in this vid,  you are in a practice set.

    The proper choice here is to reset, you are in defensive mode for court position, body position, and footwork, you need to neutralize, high cross court is the best choice at all levels so you can get you back into a good geometric.

    Another exception might be you think you are at SUCH a disadvantage your opponent can hit a winner off your reset choices, so you are desperate for an all or nothing.

    As typically happens when that choice is made, player 1 is now in lots of trouble and has to scramble to the open court. Predictable

    @ 4;31 player 2 makes an even bigger mistake, trying for a down the line chip while in defensive mode, outside out, thinnest part of the court, highest part of the net, shortest portion of the court, with the slowest stroke in his arsenal.

    Huge mistake imho and misses accordingly, if he makes what he attempted, he has lost all control of the point and will lose it most of the time a good majority of the time.

    counter points, hope you don't mind

    pcal February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • great lesson as always

    Phillip Davies February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • I find the insights so useful in thinking about how i hit – won't be random in future!

    Peter Coates February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Nice illustrations and dialogue.  Thanks Florian.

    Gary Tucker February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Good ideas.

    DevRaj Adhirana February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Your videos really make me think more about the ball. Very good video👌

    Elise Joshi February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Great video!  It looks like, on the surface, a routine point, but you point out the many subtleties involved in how pro players approach their business on a shot-to-shot basis.  What you are saying reminds me of the Paul Annacone quote about hitting aggressive shots to conservative places- it's something we all need to remember instead of trying the "hero" shot.  Thanks again!  

    redbirdcraig1 February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Pros, especially ATP, are able to hit with so much margin for error because of their high level of topspin. Their balls can land shorter than the baseline but the topspin will hit the ball back deep still raising as it crosses the baseline. Players who hit with less topspin need to aim deeper; although still there is no need to paint the lines.

    Dorian McCloud February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply
  • Excellent reminder that we as club players aim for lines that we can easily see, and not the empty space beside them that we don't see as readily.

    Paula Loh February 24, 2020 7:35 pm Reply

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