In order to be effective and offensive at the net you need to have more than just a big forehand volley.

You need a strong backhand volley too. Not just one that you can block with but one that you can attack and put the ball away with because there are times when you won’t be able to run around and hit a forehand and you don’t want that to me a missed opportunity which is exactly what will happen if you’re attacking backhand volley is weak.

In this video we do a step-by-step analysis of Tyson McGuffin’s driving backhand volley. Tyson has a very strong backhand volley that is also technically sound. Watch the video to find out how you can improve your forehand slice return.

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