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TENNIS VOLLEY | How To Hit Backhand Volley
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This video is about your backhand volley, and how it serves as a vital part of your success in the tennis game, as well as the back-to-front footwork pattern to maximize the way you move around the court!
This video is also a good one for those of you who are new to tennis, as today, we will be working with someone yet unfamiliar with the correct and effective techniques; you could use this video as a guide to improving your game, simply by watching!
The title says it all All you have to do is to check out this video for a demonstration of the footwork patterns and a strategy to improve your backhand!
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Jeff Salzenstein is recognized as one of the top coaches in the world helping players all over the world with his on court expertise and powerful online tennis lessons. He has created several successful online programs that have positively impacted thousands of players of all levels from beginners to top touring pros using his cutting edge teaching methods…
Jeff was a top 100 ATP professional in singles and doubles and was the oldest American to ever break the top 100 in the world after the age of 30. During his 11 year pro career filled with injuries and setbacks, Jeff was determined to discover simple methods to make tennis learning easy and fun for himself and for all players committed to improving. Jeff is passionate about peak performance in the areas of nutrition, fitness, injury prevention, and mindset, and much more.
Jeff was also a 2 time All-American, national champion and team captain at Stanford University where he received his BA in Economics.