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Tom Avery Vol 4 The Backhand


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  • The backhand has always been regarded as one of the more difficult strokes in the game Yet in realit
  • y its the most pleasurable shot in tennis Many players cringe when they see a ball hit to their bac
  • hand Theres no need to cringe anymore Youll be amazed at how the knowledge of some key ingredients
  • an make a huge differenceBoth the onehanded and two handed are covered extensively in this all enco
  • passing videoDont miss this opportunity to improve your backhand

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The backhand has always been regarded as one of the more difficult strokes in the game Yet in reality its the most pleasurable shot in tennis Many players cringe when they see a ball hit to their backhand Theres no need to cringe anymore Youll be amazed at how the knowledge of some key ingredients can make a huge differenceBoth the onehanded and two handed are covered extensively in this all encompassing videoDont miss this opportunity to improve your backhand

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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 24, 2002
Size Name: VHS
The video cover should have tipped me off. The tape concentrates on the one-handed backhand which is great if that's what you have. A 4.0 player demonstrates the two-handed back-hand.
The tape pretty much just covers the backhand groundstroke: cross-court and down-the-line. Instructions on covered concepts are simple and nicely presented. It includes grip, footwork, back swing, pause and continual loop forward-swing, contact point and finish. Tom Avery also shows how to hit the slice back-hand.
He goes over how to generate power on the one-handed back-hand in detail, but does not show how this is done with two-hands.
He covers the neutral stance, but the open and close stances are not addressed. He also does not address depth production or short-angled cross-court shots. No tips were provided on how to handle a high bouncing back-hand shot.
As good as the tape was, I found myself wanting more.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Liyong Wang on June 26, 2003
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thorough explanation of backhand techniques. I improved quite a bit after watching this DVD.
However, this one mostly focuses on the backhand drive. Should have more explanation of backhand slice, etc.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Meller on June 27, 2003
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If your backhand needs improvement, you will want this tape. The focus is on one-handed backhands, but as before, Tom is an exceptional instructor. If you practice what Tom shows you, you will improve. It is as simple as that. Excellent tape!
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rick Albert on January 11, 2005
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This DVD is worth its weight in gold. After countless lessons I really never developed a descent backhand, -it was always my weakness. Thanks to Tom Averys, Consistent Tennis Wins - The Backhand, my backhand is now a stroke that I am proud to own. This DVD taught me to anticipate, set up my backswing and generate POWER on the backswing and consistantly have my racquet level at contact with the ball. The ball leaves my racquet now, with greater topspin, more power and racquet speed and certainly greater control. This DVD is a must have.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "mcgoldrick" on June 20, 2001
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One of the main reasons I like Tom Avery's style is his straight forward teaching methods with easy to follow and remember instruction. He doesn't overcomplicate what he teaches, just breaks it down nicely in easy to understand segments.
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