Best Tennis Volleys in 2023
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How to Hit the Perfect Tennis Volley
struggling to hit a crisp clean volley in tennis then check out the how to guide.
Let's start with the grip and that needs to be a backhand grip or a shake hands grip with your knuckle on top of the first ridge. This grip is always uncomfortable for anyone doing it for the first time but is entirely necessary to deliver the firm crisp punch that accelerates the ball off the racquet. You must always try to keep the racquet head above the level of your wrist so you can punch forward with the racquet head meeting the ball well out in front of your body. To finish the stroke is the footwork and bending of the knees.
In bending your knees the object is to keep the racquet head above your wrist and the bending of the knees for the low volleys or to keep that situation in play everytime you make the shot. So once the ball goes below the level of the net it's imperative to bend your knees and keep the racquet head above your wrist and punch forward with the racquet head. This is a technique that is practiced by every pro who incorporates volleying into their game.
For an aggressive volley it is always preferable to close the net off. By that I mean that the closer you can get to the net the more aggressive you can be in punching forward with your volley and the more difficult it is for your opponent to pass you because you are closing off the angles he has to be able to do that. This however takes confidence in your reflexes, a sharp read to position yourself and alot of practice to make it a very natural act. Also you have to take into account your ability to recover if the opponent plays a lob over your head.
It needs to be said again that volleying can be uncomfortable for a lot of people when learning the stroke. The grip and the ability to lock your risk become more important as the level of your game rises. That's because the higher level of competition you face the faster the ball travels - so any weakness in your technique will be found out quickly. Try to really work on this on the practice court before taking it into live competition.
In summary, To make a successful forehand or backhand volley the main pieces are to have the proper grip, position yourself at a comfortable distance from the net, use your feet and knees to get yourself in the proper position and then make a short sharp punch to the ball. Reach out and hit it in front of your body and that's where you will see success come.