Two Handed Backhand(Guest Post)

It’s Ryan here…

How awesome was that French Open men’s final? Both players played exceptional tennis and it was an amazing accomplishment for Stan Wawrinka to win. There were so many takeaways from the match, but one theme stood out the most….

Wondering what it was for me?

It was how physical the modern game is and how they use their bodies to generate enormous power.

Novak’s backhand is incredible and without a strong body, excellent timing, and great footwork he would have a hard time hitting the lines and doing the splits on many of his backhands.

For many recreational players they only use their arms to generate power on their backhands instead of using their entire bodies. These players are sabotaging power, spin and depth on their groundstrokes.

Wondering how to generate more power on your two handed backhand? If so then you are in luck as I have a special video in store for you!

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This video has helped a lot of my clients hit with more power, spin and depth on their two handed backhands and I am confident it will help you too.

It’s your time to take your two handed backhand to the next level and I am confident I can help…

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5 Comments

  1. Not sure where to post this so I am doing it here. Nadal just won Stuttgart and he is now playing Queens. He will still be the 10th or 11th seed no matter what so one of Federer, Djokovic, Murray or Stan will play him in the quarters. I am hoping if Nadal is in Federer’s quarter then Murray is in Djokovic’s half. I think Federer can handle Nadal if they meet in the quarters. If he has to play Murray straight after that I don’t think Federer has a lot of chance. Also the Halle draw is a good one for Federer in the sense if he wins it we can be sure he is in good form. I think Murray and Federer will win next week. So 3 of the big 4 will come into Wimby with titles will be the first time. This year Federer doesn’t seem to be playing doubles so going into Wimbledon there will be no question of fatigue at any point of time whatsoever. Djokovic is not playing any warm up tournie so if he gets a Krygios early on he could lose. Looks like the most open Wimbledon ever because literally Djokovic, Federer, Murray, Nadal, Wawrinka, and even others like Berdych and Nishikori and Tsonga will have a chance to win it !!

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  2. http://theultimatetennisblog.com/rome-final-djokovic-loses-to-nadal-falls-to-nr-4-in-the-rankings/

    Whoa even I didn’t know Ruan hated Djokovic once so much. I am not sure if it is right to post this, but I think it is important for everyone to know that Djokovic was not the gold standard for humility like he seems to be now.

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Yeah, he used to be quite annoying with his celebrations. That was back when I was a biased Fedfan though, and Djokovic changed a lot since 2011. He became much more professional on and off the court. Back then he was kind of wasting his potential so I didn’t care much for him. Good find anyway. I’m sure some of my Fedfan readers will find that interesting :))

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    Ajay Reply:

    Everyone will find it interesting since the truth is Djokovic was once not likable as he is now. I think even you would have found it hard to like that guy even as a unbiased tennis fan.

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    Ru-an Reply:

    Like I said, he was annoying.

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