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Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer do battle in the Wimbledon final... SUBSCRIBE to The Wimbledon YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/wimbledon LIKE Wimbledon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Wimbledon FOLLOW Wimbledon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wimbledon FOLLOW Wimbledon on Snapchat: add Wimbledon +1 Wimbledon on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Wimbledon VISIT: http://www.wimbledon.com/ This is the official YouTube page of The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships), home of Wimbledon. The Championships 2015 will run from 29 June-12 July.
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Serve myths debunked: Former Top 100 ATP Pro, Jeff Salzenstein, is exposing 3 common myths that could be crippling your serve potential. Most players make at least 1 of these 3 mistakes... Do you? https://goo.gl/sYqQQe Today I want to help you with your serve. Specifically, how you can get your elbow into the correct trophy position . You might not know where your elbow is suppose to be in relation to your body, and there is a very good chance your elbow is in the wrong place in the trophy position. Your elbow might be too high or too low and stays in line with the body instead of it clearing the body. The bottom line is that you probably have never been told or shown how to get the elbow in the right place in the trophy position. A great concept to focus on to improve this all important position is to try to "Elbow The Enemy" on your serve. You want to feel like you are pushing your elbow back, pretending to "elbow the enemy" behind you as you make your shoulder turn and get into the trophy position. This will help you bend the arm at the right time and get it into a more natural throwing or serving position which will improve your technique and give you more effortless power. You want your arm to swing more freely on your tennis serve and this drill will really help. Next time you are out on the court, try "Elbowing Your Enemy" on your tennis serve. Find me on: Facebook: https://facebook.com/JeffSalzensteinTennis Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeffsalzenstein Instagram: https:///instagram.com/tennisevolution My Website: http://tennisevolution.com
SUBSCRIBE to The Wimbledon YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/wimbledon LIKE Wimbledon on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Wimbledon FOLLOW Wimbledon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wimbledon FOLLOW Wimbledon on Snapchat: add Wimbledon +1 Wimbledon on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Wimbledon VISIT: http://www.wimbledon.com/ This is the official YouTube page of The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships), home of Wimbledon. The Championships 2017 will run from 3 July - 16 July.
http://www.feeltennis.net/why-serve-difficult/ If there's one stroke you're very likely still struggling with in your tennis game then it's likely the serve. You've been working on your serve technique for long time and yet you're nowhere close to the technique and power that the pros possess. A tennis serve is technically the most difficult stroke but there is one single cause from which many other challenges arise - and that's the Continental grip. As soon as you decide to use a Continental grip in your tennis serve, everything that you knew so far about the serve that made sense is not correct any more. You can't orient towards the court and you can't swing towards the target. The Continental grip changes everything by 90 degrees and instead of still persisting with the common sense approach to serving, you'll need to change. You'll also need to develop more power in the pronation move as only then will you be able to make the best of the Continental grip.
Tennis star Novak Djokovic gives 7 lessons on the fundamentals of tennis and one wicked John McEnroe impression.
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