4 different tennis grips

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4 different tennis grips

  1. 1. Before learning four different of tennis grips, we need to know how to hold right grip, Depending on where your index knuckle goes, you can hold different types of grips.
  2. 2. Continental grip Useful for serve and volleys Do not use for forehand stroke How to hold? - Place your index knuckle on 2nd bevel
  3. 3. Basic grip Good for beginners Easier transition to net play Lack of power How to hold? - Place your index knuckle on 3rd bevel Eastern Forehand Grip
  4. 4. Easily generate topspin More power than Eastern grip Not a great grip for low-bouncing ball and net play How to hold? - Place your index knuckle on 4th bevel Semi-western Grip
  5. 5. Great grip for hitting with topspin Great grip for hitting high ball Terrible to hit low- bouncing balls Hard to transit to net play grip How to hold? - Place your index knuckle on 5th bevel Western Grip
  6. 6. Great grip for hitting with topspin Great grip for hitting high ball Terrible to hit low- bouncing balls Hard to transit to net play grip How to hold? - Place your index knuckle on 5th bevel Western Grip

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