In other words, at the completion of my tossing motion, I mistakenly can start thinking about that 1st volley.
And what that thought often translates to is opening up my front shoulder (the tossing shoulder) too soon.
And when that happens, it’s usually not the shoulder that’s the culprit, it’s the tossing arm that can fly open which causes the shoulder to then open.
If your front shoulder opens up too early, you are no longer in a set up position to swing your racket shoulder up so that you can generate power and spin.
It’s a bit counter intuitive, but you’ve got to fold your tossing arm into your chest as you make contact so that your front shoulder doesn’t fly open too early.
Here’s what I mean …
The nasty truth about your 1st serve …
“The 3 Dirty Little Realities That Are Preventing You
From Having A Consistent 1st Serve”
Get signed up for my FREE 3 video tips series that will help you
change your mindset about what you’re supposed to be doing
with that 1st serve of yours.