Step 1: The Stance. A proper tennis serve stance is when your feet are positioned so that the front foot is pointing towards the right net post (for right-handers) and the back foot is parallel to the baseline. Basic serve stance gives you balance in all directions.
Tennis serves depend on glenohumeral position during the cocking stage: 7° of horizontal adduction from the coronal plane places the glenohumeral joint anterior to the coronal plane (Figure 12). 29 There is increased contact pressure between the supraspinatus/infraspinatus and the posterior glenoid (internal impingement) in cadavers with the abducted, externally rotated shoulder. 45 This hyperabduction position is a risk factor in the throwing shoulder. 30 Premature dropping of the tossing ...
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Well, in this article I’ll go over the leg drive, one of the serve areas where most tennis players struggle. There are many coaches who just tell their players to use the legs and bend the knees more. However, I consider that this can cause issues and distract tennis players from mastering the serve fundamentals.
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Stand with both feet comfortably apart (about shoulder width). The front foot should be about 45 degrees to the baseline. The back foot should be about parallel to the baseline. Try to hold the ball mostly with your fingers (not the palm) as this helps you to toss the ball with minimum spin on the tennis serve. The Toss (Image 2)
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An easy way to check how the player imagines the contact on a tennis serve is to simulate the serve into a back fence. Slowly initiate your service motion from the beginning, and gently hit the fence and stop the racket there. Now check 4 key body positions/alignments: forearm/wrist angle; angle of your head; position of the non-hitting arm
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Depending on what research you read, the tennis serve is broken down into approximately 8 stages. Stage 1- Body Positioning: The idea with this phase is to start to properly set up the body for force generation. Stage 2- Ball Release: The idea with this phase is to toss the ball at 100 degrees of abduction and just lateral from overhead.