How To Rip Your Forehand Like the Pros
Modern forehand technique, along with advances in racket technology,
have advanced the game of tennis more than any other factor over the past 30 years. When you combine
modern forehand technique with the latest rackets and strings, you
can hit the ball with explosive power and still generate plenty of topspin to keep the ball in
On the pro tour, you will see players run around their backhands to take advantage of their
explosive forehands - sometimes hitting forehands from the far left of the court.
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, James Blake - they can end the point instantly on a well
So what is this technical secret, combined with modern equipment, that yields this devastating combination of power and
It's a secret your local coach won't teach you about (he/she probably has no idea
this secret exists). It's not something you
can find in books or videos (books and videos are notorious for teaching you the old
school "follow through out to the target" forehand from 30 years ago). But it's a
technique that every top player, every good college player, even every ranked junior
player does on every single forehand. And it's called the Windshield Wiper Forehand.
For the past five years I have studied this forehand on a daily basis, using five years worth
of video I personally shot of the best players in the world. My findings
on this incredible stroke have been published in leading tennis websites.
I have presented my discoveries at USPTA conferences around the country. And, more importantly, I have taught this
incredible secret to hundreds and hundreds of players - from aspiring junior players to club level players to college players around the world.
And the result is always astonishing.
By joining Hi-techtennis, not only will you have access to over 1000+ clips of pro players
crushing forehands, shot at an amazing 60 frames per second, shot from every
angle imaginable. You will also see how
I break down this shot into easy, step by step instructions. You will learn everything you need
to know to hit the windshield wiper forehand yourself. I promise that this
modern forehand technique will take your game to a level you never thought possible.
Learn The Windshield Wiper Forehand!