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Tennis Kick Serve | Master Your Kick Serve In 3 StepsVideo timeline:00:00 - Intro00:17 - How to brush the ball (step one)1:30 - The ball toss (step two)2:49 ...
The kick serve in tennis is difficult to master since it is difficult to generate enough topspin for the ball to kick up sharply. Furthermore, the ball needs to be served at around 100 mph (depending on the court surface — grass and clay being very different surfaces), and it needs to land well short of the service line in order to bounce to around shoulder height.
What is a kick serve? How does it work? The kick serve relies on a relaxed arm that has enough power to whip around the body moving up and over before connecting with the ball. Due to the incredibly fast racket-head speed when performing a kick serve, the tennis player is able to put a large amount of top and side spin on the ball.
In today's video, I will share five steps on how to hit a kick serve easily. This tennis lesson will give you cutting edge tennis instruction on how to hit ...
The tennis serve is one of the most important shots of the game, as it’s the only shot where everything relies on you. There are many different types of tennis serves players can use, like the slice serve, which uses sidespin, or a flat serve, which is hard and fast without any spin.
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This serve is the most basic kick serve and most players will use it for the second serve a large percentage of the time, especially on hard courts. When well executed this serve is heavy and difficult to deal with because it can bounce well above the returner's preferred contact height.
Use a kick serve as your second serve in a singles or doubles match. Tennis players use kick serves as an efficient and accurate second serve. They do this because a kick serve forces your opponent to return a ball that has tremendous spin and bounces higher than the normal flat or slice serve .