This is the 6th part of our visual learning series. The photographs chosen at OnCourt Advantage are carefully selected to ensure they have great value for you to learn from and improve your game. See the photo directory below; it lists a brief description of which player is in the photo and what they are demonstrating.
To see part 1 click this link -> Learn Through Images: Photographic Memory, part 2 -> Learn from these Images #2, part 3 -> LEARN from these Images #3, part 4 -> LEARN from these Images #4 and part 5 -> LEARN from these Images #5.
Clear your mind…RELAX…then work on recalling these images and make your sole focus trying to execute them in order to reproduce that movement in your own game.
Click on the underlined links to see the next 10 photos in this series:
- Novak Djokovic. This photo captures Djokovic around the moment of impact for his serve.
- Robin Soderling.This photo is fantastic because it captures Soderling at the contact point of his mighty forehand ground stroke. His opponent is in big trouble!
- Roger Federer. This photo shows Federer at the moment of impact for his serve.
- Roger Federer. This photo shows Federer demonstrating how to drive through the ball with his single handed backhand.
- Gilles Simon. This photo shows Simon as he positions the ball in preparation to make contact with his serve.
- Dinara Safina. This photo captures Safina showing how to drive through the ball with her double handed backhand ground stroke.
- Justine Henin.This photo is a gem because it shows Henin positioning herself beautifully to play an inside-out backhand or off-backhand return of serve.
- Vera Zvonareva. This photo is taken of Zvonareva as just after she has made contact with the ball for her serve.
- Kimiko Date Krumm. This photo is magnificent as it shows Date Krumm positioning as she is moving forward to play a forehand volley.
- Samantha Stosur. This photo captures Stosur at the contact point of this open stance forehand drive.
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