ONE HAND BACKHAND FOOTWORK| Shuffle Step Hit Tennis Footwork





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Published on Apr 3, 2012

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The one handed backhand has been around for a long time in tennis.

Many people still have a one handed backhand.

Don't worry if you fee like you have been left out in the dark with all the tips out there on the internet.

Today we got you covered on your one hand backhand and its tennis footwork.

The shuffle step hit backhand tennis footwork pattern is one of the most fundamental tennis footwork patterns that we teach.

If you watch Roger Federer, who has arguably one of the best one handers of all time, you will see him use this one hand backhand tennis footwork pattern over and over again.

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The reason this tennis footwork pattern is so crucial to your one hand backhand, is that it keeps you from turning sideways immediately.

If you can face the ball longer while you play tennis, you will be able to pick the ball up better when it comes off your opponents strings.

I guarantee you that Roger Federer's first move is to NOT turn sideways immediately on his one handed backhand.

The first move on the shuffle step hip footwork is to shuffle to the side while facing the net.

DO NOT take the racquet back yet.

Stalk the ball on your first move!

Next you will load the back leg.

This is when you are allowed to take the racquet back during this one hand backhand tennis footwork pattern.

Next is the step in part of the footwork.

Now finish, and make sure to finish high so you can drive the ball!

The cool thing about this tennis footwork is that you can cover various amounts of ground.

You will see Roger Federer use this and almost get all the way out to the doubles sideline.

You will see him use this in the middle of the court.

This backhand footwork pattern is key is you want to take your game to the next level.

Leave a comment and let me know how this footwork improves your game!

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