How To: Catch your racket on a topspin tennis forehand

Catch your racket on a topspin tennis forehand

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Catching your racket after hitting a topspin tennis forehand and as you follow through is largely a stylistic choice. In some cases, catching the racket can help correct certain errors in your strokes. That said, there are times when it is inappropriate to try to catch the tennis racket on your follow through. The lower you follow through, the less appropriate it is to try and catch the racket. Thus, on a windshield wiper forehand (a shot with a lot of topspin) it's not advisable to try and catch the racket.

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