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Improve Your Game:

Two Tips for the Overhead

February 20, 2020
<h1>Improve Your Game: </h1>
<h2>Two Tips for the Overhead</h2>
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Balance and positioning are key to a successful overhead, but errors on this seemingly "easy" stroke can be common due to a variety of factors. 

 

If one of these elements is missing at a crucial moment of the match, an overhead might not be the right choice.

 

Avoid an error and build for the next shot, whether that's a volley, or another chance at a smash. 

 

Ben Zaiser, head tennis professional at the USTA National Campus, offers his tips to keep your smashes on point. 

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