Are your groundstrokes less consistent and powerful than you’d like them to be? This is a very common problem for beginning and even intermediate players.

We mostly play doubles and are focused on the net game. As a result we don’t practice groundstrokes as much as we should.

And, you’re dead in the water if you don’t have strong groundstrokes because you have to start the point from the baseline and if you can’t be strong from back there then you’ll never get up to the net.

In this video, we show you the most common mistake we see on the groundstroke and how to fix it. Check it out.

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