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Tennis backhand strokes a comparative study between the two-handed backhand stroke and the one-handed backhand stroke for beginning tennis players by Kinzo Masuda

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Published .
Written in English


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Statementby Kinzo Masuda.
LC ClassificationsGV995
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Paginationvi, 44 leaves ;
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16499929M

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2. Backhand Drills To Simplify The Technique The purpose of the following tennis drills is to simplify the backhand technique and break it down to easy steps, from which a more advanced stroke will emerge later. a) Short backswing, extend through the ball, mini tennis The first step is to shorten the backswing, start with the racquet butt pointing to the net where the racquet is paralel to the. Tennis backhand strokes: a comparative study between the two-handed backhand stroke and the one-handed backhand stroke for beginning tennis players. [Kinzo Masuda] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book\/a>, pto:Manuscript\/a>, bgn:Thesis\/a>. The backhand is a tennis shot in which one swings the racquet around one's body with the back of the hand preceding the palm. Except in the phrase backhand volley, the term refers to a groundstroke (that is, one in which the ball has bounced before it is struck). It contrasts with the other kind of groundstroke, the term is also used in other racquet sports, and other areas where. The one-and two-handed backhands in tennis. joint in the one-and two-handed backhand strokes as well as the momentum transfer during a two-handed backhand stroke (Stępień, et al., ;Wang.