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The backhand has always been regarded as one of the more difficult strokes in the game. Yet in reality it's the most pleasurable shot in tennis. Many players cringe when they see a ball hit to their backhand. There's no need to cringe anymore. You'll be amazed at how the knowledge of some key ingredients can make a huge difference.Both the one-handed and two handed are covered extensively in this all encompassing video.Don't miss this opportunity to improve your backhand!
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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.