How To: Add loop to one-handed backhand progressions in tennis

Add loop to one-handed backhand progressions in tennis

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The fourth step of the one-handed backhand progressions is to add a loop to your motion. To do so we're going to take a step back and start from a position very similar to the racket-back position from step two. The only difference is that the tennis racket will be angled up slightly. Perhaps 45 degrees or so.

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