Back to Back Issues Page Newsletter---Tennis Serve Tips : Extending Your Non-Dominant Arm
January 15, 2013
Dear tennis friends,

Australian Open has started! We are going into Day 3 of the tournament.

Are you enjoying the Aussie Open?

So far the top players have played very well. Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams have gave their opponents 2 bagels. What a domineering performance.

On the mens side, so far so good. Djokovic, Federer, Murray and Del Potro have all won in straight sets. I strongly feel they will advance to the later stages of the tournament.

In my last newsletter, I have asked for you to think about your tennis goals for 2013. Really appreciate to those who responded. If you wanna share with me your tennis goals, just click here.

In today's newsletter, I want to share with you a very important tip to improve your tennis serve.

When you’re on the court, focus on what your non-dominant arm does. When you get into the trophy position for your serves, pay a little attention to your non-dominant hand and make sure that it’s fully extended towards the sky as you prepare for your serve and keep it extended until your racquet contacts the ball.

You can read the whole article here. The picture in the article is actually myself doing the demonstration. I really hope this tip is effective for you to improve your serve.

Let me know your feedback.

Meanwhile, continue to enjoy watching the Aussie Open!

Committed to your tennis,



p.s. if you like this newsletter, forward it to your friends or anyone who wish to improve their tennis. I am sure it will benefit them.

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