Forehand Overview Part 7-Linear vs. Rotational Power

FOREHAND OVERVIEW PART 7 - LINEAR VS. ROTATIONAL POWER. In this video, SportsEdTV Director of Tennis, John Eagleton, describes the difference between linear and rotational power on the forehand. Linear power, which has been used by players for decades, simply means getting the racquet behind the ball and driving through it like you are hitting through five balls. Linear refers to turning sideways and getting your weight through the shot by transferring the weight in a straight line from the back to the front foot. Because of the speed in today's game, and the different heights ...
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