Unleash Your Tennis Forehand

Learn The Tennis Forehand Easily And Effortlessly
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (49 ratings)
1,921 students
English
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Students will be able to hit a great modern topspin forehand, be more consistent in the rallies and play a good tennis match with their friends.

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of tennis and passion to become an exceptional tennis player

Description

In this tennis serve course, I will be showing the exact steps that I used to coach my students how to develop a modern topspin forehand. You are in the right place if you are in the following situations:

  • You have no clue on how to hit a topspin forehand because you are new to the game

  • You can't hit consistently with your partner.

  • You want to develop a good topspin forehand so that you can control the rallies with direction, depth and power.

  • You want to move efficiently on court to cover all the shots.


Sounds like you?

Then Unleash Your Tennis Forehand is for you.

Here are what we are going to cover in this course.


In the modules, we'll work on the fundamental steps of the perfect forehand such as grip, backswing, contact point and finishing.

I'll help you find the best grip so you can hit the tennis forehand at your best comfort.

You'll see the professional method used to coach my tennis students .

You'll get my step-by-step guide to forehand mastery to stamp out your bad habits and make your forehand more consistent in minutes.


We'll breakdown the forehand technique from start to finish so you can get a good idea how a perfect forehand looks like.

You'll find out what's the perfect footwork stance for different ball situations so you can be in perfect balance to strike every shot and win more points.

I'll show you what are the common mistakes so that you hit the ball perfectly and prevent injuries.

Who this course is for:

  • Course is perfect for the Tennis beginners who have no clue on how to hit the tennis forehand. This course will provide the step-by-step instructions to guide you how to hit a tennis forehand successfully.
  • Excellent for tennis players who have been playing recreationally and want to improve the tennis forehand and enjoy the game further.
  • If you are already a seasoned tennis player who is playing competitively for prize money, please do not take this course as it will not value add to your tennis skills.

Course content

6 sections • 32 lectures • 57m total length
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Instructor

Joel Loo is a passionate tennis teacher living in Singapore
Joel Loo
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Hi, I’m Joel, a tennis teacher and coach from Singapore. I started tennis at the age of 23. I know that’s considered late for an athlete. Fortunately, my volleyball background allowed me to pick up tennis really fast.

After one year of playing, I started to sign up for competitions. Of course, the results were not fantastic, due to my lack of experience. I made many stupid mistakes, threw away many cheap points, and lost many matches.

But that did not stop me from competing. I practiced more, read numerous tennis books, studied tons of tennis matches, and listened to interviews with coaches.

Results started to come; I was able to reach the quarterfinals of some local tournaments. I even reached the finals of one particular event, but lost 3-9 to my opponent. It was, nevertheless, a great achievement for me at that time. As I played more and more matches, my winning rate got higher. Most people that I played with said that I had a crazy topspin forehand and a nasty lefty serve.

(I’m a lefty by the way.) I love it!

Martina Navratilova said, in one of her speeches, that she enjoyed helping people and felt the responsibility to pass on the knowledge after she retired. I feel the same way too. I don’t just want to play tennis, I want to help people to play tennis at the level that they desire.

So here I am, developing tennis courses to help tennis players like you. I want to share my knowledge with you so that you can enjoy the game of tennis.

If you have any challenge in tennis, feel free to reach out to me. I want you to become a smarter and better tennis player.