BREAKING SECOND SERVES. Wins in tennis come from breaking serve. You may think the server is in full control of the point, but if you can constantly break 2nd serves, you are forcing the server to attempt to hit remarkable low percentage 1st serves to avoid their second serve getting crushed. But first you have to master the second serve return. In this video, Cesar Wicha Castaneda shows you a ...simple drill he used with Kei Nishikori during his transition from juniors to the pros that helped him become one of the best returners on the ATP tour. Return the 1st shot deep crosscourt with the intention of it being a set up shot, not a winner! The objective of your return is to push your opponent back or into the alleys, forcing them to lose offensive position. This gives you the opportunity to attack the next ball which can be either crosscourt or down the line depending on how they are positioned.
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