Are you seeing the drop shot lob combinations Roger Federer is using against Robin Soderling? Roger is serving for the match right this moment, but in the third set roger hit a drop shot and then a backhand slice lob …Continue reading →
The video below is exactly the kind of stuff taught on my DVD set. At the end of this video I want you to watch the face of David Nalbandian after Fabrice Santoro dangles him around the court like a puppet. Nalbandian looks like he’s just been run over by a train.
If a top ten professional athlete (that’s what Nalbandian was when this happened) can almost have a heart attack from drop/shot lob combinations, just think about what will happen to the people you play.
One great way to keep your opponent from dropshotting you to death is to hit deep with heavy topspin. If you can force your opponent behind the baseline to hit a high bouncing ball while you hug the baseline or …Continue reading →
Most tennis instruction tells you when you hit a drop shot to make the ball just barely clear the net. Although that’s a devastating shot when it works, it is a very low percentage shot. Also, when you use this …Continue reading →
Another great “super” kill pattern not only incorporates front to back movement, but side to side. Start out hitting a deep, penetrating shot to the opposite side of the court from your opponent. You move forward expecting a weak return. When you …Continue reading →
Some of the most devasting shot making patterns combine drop shots and lobs to run your opponent all over the court. Your basic Kill Pattern is to purposely hit a ball short and follow it in to the net expecting …Continue reading →