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About this Lesson
- Type: Video Tutorial
- Length: 11:43
- Media: Video/mp4
- Use: Watch Online & Download
- Access Period: Unrestricted
- Download: MP4 (iPod compatible)
- Size: 68 MB
- Posted: 11/07/2007
Chris and Brian teach the steps to perfecting your tennis serve in this exciting and informative 12 minute video. The first portion of this lesson outlines the 5 basic steps for an effective tennis serve: grip, footwork, ball toss, swing motion, and follow through. Chris and Brian also show you some additional exercises to allow you to practice the more difficult techniques. Part 2 of the video goes into more detail about 3 different types of serves: flat, kick, and slice. These serves are thoroughly explained and demonstrated from different angles and in slow motion.
Chris has been playing tennis for 12 years and is an instructor for The University of Texas Tennis Club. He also coaches at Westwood Country Club in Austin, TX. Chris has an NTPR rating of 5.0.
Brian has been playing tennis for 10 years and was formerly an instructor at The University of Texas at San Antonio as well as an AAU Junior Olympics silver medalist. He is currently a member of The University of Texas Tennis Club.
Whether youâ€™re new to tennis or are a novice looking to improve your serve, join Chris and Brian for a few minutes of fun, easy-to-follow tennis instruction. After watching this instructional video, youâ€™ll be able to ace your serve like the pros!
Proceeds from this video will benefit the YMCA of Austin.
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We are four students at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. We created this MindBite lesson for an Entrepreneurial Management class project. Proceeds from our video benefit the YMCA of Austin.More..
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