ULTIMATE Forehand Tennis Lesson – Technique for MAXIMUM POWER and TOPSPIN

Posted on February 20, 2018 
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25 Responses to “ULTIMATE Forehand Tennis Lesson – Technique for MAXIMUM POWER and TOPSPIN”

  1. ????? ????? on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Kirby’s hot

  2. marvishungry on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Totally appreciate your videos. Love the game. My son and I are not country
    club products… can’t afford it, more park recreation program. So whatever
    tips I can get and practice it is awesome. For me i totally like these
    types of videos. I find it more relatable. Seeing what not to do then the
    adjustment. Thank you again. Love & love your videos.

  3. satjiwan on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Great vid. An added layer of analysis and improvement could include Phil
    utilizing the left arm more. Note the more extreme cross over during setup
    and pulling it out of the way fully in the federer forehand video here :
    https://youtu.be/VK-9puanoRo. (During warmup swings Roger doesn’t move it
    out of the way as much.). Phil tends to leave it in front of his chest and
    cross his arms at finish. (At least at the end of this video with his new

  4. Leo Bauer on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Great Lesson for Intermediate Players Thanks for sharing

  5. vanderszpak on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Love that you finally made an advanced lesson. Although I don’t quite agree
    with the way you explained the horizontal racket thing but in this case it
    has its purpose. In general it’s a good thing to have the racket pointing
    downwards, most players use it cause it’s not possible to hit every shot
    flat, even Federer does that.

  6. funfoot1 on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Great video; really useful. Can’t remember seeing the details of the
    release ever being explained so clearly. Can’t wait to get on the court and
    try it out! Thanks. …and you are both hot as individuals! PS. I have
    viewed Feds videos lots and try to imitate his forehand on court,
    particularly in getting lots of lag. Dispite how well I rip the ball I keep
    getting criticized for using too much wrist and how I will eventually hurt
    myself. Any comments?

  7. Free Syrian on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Am not professional but watching your analysis at 2:38, if you don’t mind
    my comment, there are 2 obvious elements that lack of this hit from roger’s:
    1- Roger hits the ball on the rise, whereas your student is hitting too
    much late (coz too far from the line?). So the hitting angle here is
    different and does not permit a more flat and powerful hit
    2- Roger’s arm, when his racket hits the ball, is totally unfolded, the
    learner should unleash his arm on contact in order to have more speed.

  8. Sandip Murkute on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    I am a big appreciater of your work. I feel very easy n friendly coaching.
    It’s like I am live there

  9. TheJeremywaterman on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    I want to know what notes Kirby was taking between minute 4 and 5. Is she
    takes notes to help you improve your coaching? I’m curious if you would

  10. Essential Tennis - Lessons and Instruction for Passionate Players on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

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  11. Jay Noel Reyes on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    I’m a huge Federer fan, but I would never use his forehand as an example
    for a student. As you can see even in the video of him here, he totally
    mis-hits the ball. The ball hits the strings just below the frame, and
    R.Fed does this a lot. His uncanny timing and his athletic ability make up
    for it. He often mis-hits because his wrist is not laid back early enough;
    he gets it set just before impact. A better forehand to emulate would be
    Del Potro’s.

  12. Migelowsky on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Excellent video =), I used to struggle with that ”not releasing the
    racquet problem”.
    You helped me on your old blog, I’m keeping this video for maintenance
    reasons just in case I relapse.

  13. FairwayJack on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    good stuff ….student also needs to get string bed laid back and hand
    slightly fwd of grip at impact

  14. saigonbond on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    The first thing you need to address when giving instruction to improve the
    forehand, is the feet and lower body. It must be taught from the bottom up.
    You can’t build a house without first constructing the foundation. Teach a
    neutral stance not a more advanced open stance.

  15. Greg Reyes on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Hi Kirby I always get blisters on my thumb and to the base of my index
    finger, does this mean im holding or gripping the racket wrong?

  16. imatrOlda on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    This one Federer forhand cannot be compared with the one of the student.
    Feds contact is at the breast level and the studets one is about hip level.
    If Roger hits balls in that height hit racket tip at the contact shows

  17. Craig Sanders on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    How would one go about working with you guys on court? I am a 4.0 USTA
    computer rated player based in Michigan. My goal is to achieve 4.5 USTA
    computer rated status within the next 12 -18 months. My weapon is my serve
    both kick and flat. My forehand is also my weapon of choice. My area of
    improvement would be strategy and patterns of play in both singles and
    doubles especially when playing higher level players as I often play up
    against 4.5 and 5.0 players, i.e., former college players or former high
    level juniors, etc. Also, I would like to improve my approach or kill shot
    on mid-court/short balls. My slice backhand is pretty solid and dependable
    but my drive topspin one handed backhand could use some improvement.

  18. Sebastian Loaiza on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Yo, almost 100,000 subs. Love yall’s videos! Especially your new ones that
    work with specific parts of players’ techniques. I’d love to keep seeing
    more of them.

  19. KURT FRED on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    bro that 0:03 happens to me so much

  20. Diabeureu Djambeu on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    It’s really amazing ! How are those clinics organized ?

  21. Brice Chevalier on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    the coaching to resolve the issue is so bad , the stance , the weight
    transfer , shoulders ….coaching according to fed forehand which is a
    difficult forehand to copy for a lot of reasons !!!! all this can be
    solve with very easy fix

  22. felix noh on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Good good fr south korea,

  23. ReDLiMp on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Thanks for your explanation. I have to add that the reason why you have to
    hit the ball while your racquet is perpendicular to the floor is becose is
    when acceleration is strongest through swing.

  24. quadra privat on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    marry me!

  25. NECM? TÜRK on February 20th, 2018 8:00 pm

    Bu video Gençler için kesinlikle do?ru yakla??m ama 50 + için top spin
    rakibe avantaj da sa?layabiliyor flat vuru?u daha çok tercih etmek güçlü
    vuru?lara sahip olman?z? sa?lar.

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