I'm at the point where I'm thinking about doing it in competition.
Whatever you do with your right, you can do with your left--well, for me, since I've been lifting weights and I can do equal weights on the right and left, I figured why not?
The key is to approach it like you're learning the serve for the first time. Start with a push serve, a half-motion serve, a full motion, then add the jump. And continue to compare it to the right side--if you switch back and forth, you will get the feel on the left side of your body.
- Gary Hi10spro Sakuma
- Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
- I have played for 25 years and coached for the last 17 years--certified United States Professional Tennis Association Professional One--worked for Punahou Schools-voted the #1 Sports School in the United States, as a Program Supervisor, in charge of coaching the High Performance Players as well as coordinating programs for K-12 and Tennis Pro Education.
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