Antomi’s every shot is very good. His each shot, serve, smash, drop shot, And I really like… (what is the name of this shot in Spanish?) how he plays forehand and backhand I find those shots as shots from middle height, because there are forehand and backhand from the lower height And he has those shots as the top players in the World In this video we are going to explain a bit how Antomi does the shots and to give the best instructions in order to help the other players It’s very important to hit the ball in the front of the body and shoulder height. And always without pushing the racket behind the shoulder (body). Your racket has to be always in the front of your eyes. If I do this the shot is badly prepared I have to open the wrist with the elbow in the front of the body with some distance between elbow and stomach, and then and then to hit the ball in the front and indicate with the edge of the racket Now, we are going to show you one exercise for development this shot recommended by Antomi. It’s very important to abrade the technique. And now we are going to practice forehand in series of 20-30 times. Thank you Antomi for your time and wish to share with us useful tips about forehand shot that can help to all level players from beginners up to professionals and youth players as well Thank you
We are going to present you one exercise for everybody. This exercise you can use for develop your technique and for warming up as well Try to use one ball, and to keep the ball in the game without risking and progressive according to speed and force I play drop shot to you, you play lob to me, than I smash and you make defense, then we repeat everything. Bravo Antomi! All the best from us!
Swiss tennis icon Roger Federer has fought back tears in a touching tribute to his former coach, who died in a freak accident while on his honeymoon. The all-time tennis star let his emotions get the better of him during an interview recorded for CNN in the lead-up to the Australian Open on Monday night. After candidly talking about growing up playing tennis in Switzerland, the 37-year-old lost his composure when the conversation shifted to his former coach Peter Carter’s impact on his technique and life. Federer reminisced how Carter waltzed into his life when he was a nine-year-old playing at Old Boys Tennis Club in Basel, Switzerland, in the 1990’s. Share this article Share While Federer was still only learning the game, he said Carter was one of the star players on the team and always put time aside to coach him personally. Now, years later, Federer attributes his world record 20 grand slam titles to the form Carter taught him all those years ago. Tragically, Carter was in a fatal car crash while on his honeymoon in South Africa – just one year before Federer won his first title in 2003. Carter’s Land Rover swerved to avoid a collision and plummeted of a bridge, killing him and the driver while his wife Sylvia watched on from another car. When Federer learnt of his coach’s death, he ran through the streets ‘bawling and hysterical’. ‘Sorry. Oh, man, I still miss him so much. I hope he would be proud,’ Federer said in his tearful interview. ‘Geez, never broke down like this.’ Federer said he never really believed in his monumental talent until the day he learnt Carter had died. ‘He didn’t want me to be a wasted talent. It was somewhat of a wake-up call for me when he passed away, I really started to train hard.’ Federer has since filled his trophy cabinet with accolades, including eight straight Wimbledon titles. In 2019, he’ll look to defend his 2018 Australian Open victory, saying Serbian superstar Novak Djokovic is the man to beat. But among thousands of rowdy Federer supporters, two will stand out – Carter’s parents Bob and Diana, who Roger flies to Melbourne from Adelaide each year to watch him compete in their son’s memory.
So we know the important part is for
rotation. So how do we get the rotation? We know we turn our shoulders for our
racket arm but the ball toss arm is also very important if we have our ball toss arm very straight we are pretty much doing a somersault what they call shoulder over shoulder but we want to get this movement, this round rotation movement so that would mean that the ball toss arm needs to go out to the side now the ball toss doesn’t go straight up and down there it doesn’t stay there it comes around in a circle comes around in a circle and should land,
if I get it right, it should land pretty much to my left side. We don’t let it bounce of course, we hit it but that will help us get the rotation
contact above our head or where our head was
because we’re moving our head out of the way and get us following through and that’s why you see players following through
off to their side.