The Steps

The aim of this section is to clarify in practical terms different tennis-specific movements, strength implications and correct footwork placement patterns.

This page will troubleshoot the common problems associated with these issues and provide a highly functional process on how to rectify them.

In the following definitions, the six basic steps will be described. Click through the different links to see a series of three video clips, showing an example of a player first learning the steps, the improvement after one year and then finishing with a top professional performing the step at an elite level.

# Article Title Author Hits
1 The Drop Step 13775
2 The Hop Though Step 9479
3 The Flow Movement 12514
4 The Powerstep 12366
5 The Mogul Step 14837
6 The Split Step 10228

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