John Craig Printable Version Some people call it the reverse forehand, others the buggy whip, and others including a lot of television commentators don’t know what to call it.
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John Craig John is an "Elite" Member of the USPTA, and has achieved the highest teaching, coaching and tennis knowledge standards recognized by the world's largest and most respected organization for Tennis Professionals.
One of the trendiest but worst ideas being promulgated by internet pros is the belief that the key to the modern forehand is something with the wrist called "lag and snap." John Craig takes a look at the reality of what happens on the forehand and why lag and snap is a myth.
Hi, this is John Craig, USPTA Elite Pro here at Newport Beach Tennis Club and I've got a great tip for you today that's gonna help your modern forehand build into professional quality weapon. It was often said that the forehand is the easiest shot to learn but the hardest shot to master and the reason is when we're beginners, we feed a lot of balls.
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