The greatest players don't use 'tricks' to win matches. They're just *REALLY* good at executing the fundamentals flawlessly for extended periods of time! Here is a GREAT drill to improve the timing and consistency of YOUR forehand!
Watch this video and discover how Mauro's student Eliana improved her forehand and got rid of her tennis elbow pain in just 10 minutes!
The 'inside-out' forehand has become one of those catch-phrases to describe changing the normal direction of one's supposedly 'normal' intended shot path by running around their backhand side to hit the ball. In this video, Coach Mauro will 'de-mystify' this shot for you!
Here is a shot that to add to your forehand arsenal so you can pull it out and use it effectively when the moment arises! Coach Mauro is going to explain and demonstrate the 'how and why' in the video!
According to the creator of the James Bond movies, the "00" designation in his title of "Agent 007" meant that Bond had a license to kill. In this video, you're going to be a 'spy' and learn how to use the 'spy camera' in your tennis racket to improve your forehand! It also comes with a license to kill - the tennis ball, that is!
We swing the racket with one hand...what do we do with the other one? In this video, Coach Mauro is going to reveal one the THE most important jobs of your non-hitting arm for the forehand ground stroke! CRUCIAL stuff here!
In a competitive tennis match, you are going to get pulled wide during certain points. In this video, Coach Mauro is going to show you how to deal with it!
As the game of tennis has gotten faster, tennis pros have had to adjust their follow-throughs to keep up with the shortened time they have to recover from their shots - because the ball is moving fast these days! In this video, Coach Mauro is going to explain and demonstrate the differences between the 'classic' over-the-shoulder follow-through and the more 'modern' across-the-body follow-through. How and why should you use either one? Check it out!
Rafael Nadal has a peculiar 'Buggy Whip' follow-through on many of his forehands - which builds on the theme discussed in the video about the classic vs the 'modern' follow-throughs for the forehand. This video will elaborate on the 'buggy-whip' and why Nadal uses it!
This video will 'de-mystify' the 'wrist snap' on the forehand. Physics and high-speed video has proven that the tennis ball is on the string for a VERY short period of time - not enough time for the strings to 'curl' over the top of the tennis ball. What you see happening when you see the pros 'snapping' their wrists can be deceiving. Coach Mauro is going to show you what really happens - and why your eyes may be deceiving you!