As a righty, you should get the toss more to the left for creating massive spin on the kick serve. However, the more the toss moves to the left, the more you have to hit up on the ball. On the other hand, you’ll toss the ball more to the right as a left-hand player.
Former Top 100 ATP Pro, Jeff Salzenstein, shares five essential elements to develop a world class tennis kick serve. In this tennis lesson, he demonstrates how to get the right grip, stance, first move, toss, swing path, and finish. This five-step formula will enable you to hit a kick tennis serve easily and effortlessly, especially under pressure.
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In fact, you’ll end up hitting more slice tennis serves. Instead, consider getting into a platform stance to easily hit a tennis kick serve. Get the toe of your back foot in line with the heel of your front foot. You’ll push off the ground with both legs as you hit up and over the ball to hit your kick serve like a pro tennis player.
Tennis Serve: Kick Serve vs. Flat Serve Pronation One of the most misunderstood concepts among tennis players and coaches at all levels is pronation on the tennis serve. I’ve often get asked, should I focus on pronation on my flatter first serve and on my kick serve?
In today's video, I will share five steps on how to hit a kick serve easily. This tennis lesson will give you cutting edge tennis instruction on how to hit ...
Kick Serve myths debunked: Former Top 100 ATP Pro, Jeff Salzenstein, is exposing 3 common myths that could be crippling your kick serve potential. Most playe...
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The tennis serve is one of the most important shots of the game, as it’s the only shot where everything relies on you. There are many different types of tennis serves players can use, like the slice serve, which uses sidespin, or a flat serve, which is hard and fast without any spin.