Serve and volley on the pro tour for a majority of the players doesn’t appear to ever be coming back any time soon.
Whatever, as players not making a dime on the pro tour, serve and volley should be alive and well.
It’sa helluva lot more fun than camping out 3 feet behind the baseline, grinding, and trying to copy Rafa.
Don’t get me wrong, I love watching today’s pros. But, I don’t want to play like them.
If you want to play more serve and volley or even start the process of learning how to learn how to do it, this video of Pete Sampras will show you the importance of how your serve tossing motion’s finish position plays a huge part in your efficiency to move forward into the court.
How To Serve & Volley So That You Feel A Bit Like Pete
Seriously, when I learned how to serve & volley from the great Tom Stow,
I’ll never forget when he first started showing me what to do.
He kept reminding me that serve & volley was simply a lot more fun.
More fun because you feel in charge out there.
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