Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 05, 2013
Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have used their two handed backhands to catapult themselves to the top of the ATP men’s professional tennis rankings. Jeff Salzenstein, the former top 100 ATP Tour singles and doubles player and noted tennis instructor, is committed helping to players learn the secrets to the Djokovic and Murray backhands.
The former two-time All-American from Stanford University has launched a free video series revealing these solutions which will help players get more more spin, power, and control on their backhands. Most players with two handed backhands really struggle to generate effortless power and control especially in pressure packed matches. Opponents often know to pick on a player’s weaker two handed backhand early and often to break them down the longer the match goes on.
Jeff reveals one of the biggest problems players have with their backhands and that’s swinging the racquet with too much tension. Swinging with tight arms and hands will greatly reduce a player’s power and control leading to more and more frustration. Jeff is sharing the simple strategies that have helped hundreds of players the past few years. Jeff can easily show players how to relax their hands and arms throughout the stroke with his simple and highly effective strategy.
Jeff developed his backhand video lesson series so that players can instantly improve. He is also committed to showing the right tips and drills to players so that they can develop awesome backhands for the long term. Having an effective two handed backhand can dramatically help players win more tennis matches and have a lot more fun. For players ready to take action and improve fast, this backhand video series will make a huge difference.
Jeff’s two handed backhand video series can be seen for free by going here to http://TennisBackhandPower.com/