The inside out forehand: Technique and methodology
Keywords:groundstroke, biomechanics, forehand
This article discusses the technical and methodological aspects of the inside out forehand. With regards to technique, the importance of appropriate footwork for the efficient execution of this stroke is stressed. As to the methodology, discovery strategies are suggested. Finally, some on-court exercises are presented in order to to improve the footwork technique.
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