Eastern Forehand Grip Tips for Beginners

Most comfort and widely using grip. This grip popular among beginners and advanced players because of the comfort and also players can use this grip to play backhand, volley and serve. Players can play all the strokes in one grip. This grip also called as "handshake grip” because with this grip you hold the racket as shake hands with your racket (That’s the easiest way to hold the racket with this grip). For a beginner these steps you have to follow to hold the racket in Eastern Forehand Grip,

  • Take and hold the racket in your left hand (or right hand if you’re a left-handed player).
  • Hold the racket: Face (strings) of the racket is perpendicular to the ground.
  • Put the palm of your free hand flat on the face of the racket.
  • Move your palm toward your body, down the shaft of the racket, until it hits the end of the handle.
  • Wrap your fingers around the handle and space them slightly apart. Your thumb and forefinger should lie almost directly on top of the handle, forming a V that point toward your right shoulder (toward your left shoulder if you're left-handed). Your thumb should lie across the top of the handle.


Hamburg 2011 Finals Gilles Simon France Won the Title Highlights

This Hamburg 2011 Finals played Gilles Simon France vs Nicolas Almagro of Spain. The match played in clay courts and the match title bounced to each player time to time. In the first set Simon get the lead with 6-4 and the second set Almagro won with 6-4. In the final round Simon comes strongly and beat Almagro in 6-4. This is quality highlights and interview with the winner.


Tennis Gift for Kids: Wilson Bowl O' Fun Vibration Dampener

If you are a coach this is amazing and valuable gift for your tennis kids on the final day of practice. As you can see in the picture this dampeners have many more symbols (hearts, fire, peace symbol etc) that kids like. You can buy this for 70$ and it contains 65 dampeners. Also this is a good trick to attract tennis kids for your practice lesson.


Wimbledon 2011 Finals Nadal Vs Novak Full Highlights

If you miss the chance to watch the Wimbledon 2011 finals this is the best option you have to watch the finals. This highlight contains the full match and also the best shots played by two players. In my opinion this time the luck is with Novak and Nadal have few luck than Novak. Also Novak played well in this match while Nadal did so many unforced errors. Final scores are 6-4, 6-1, 1-6, 6-3. Well-done Serbian Novak the promising king of tennis.

Wimbledon 2011, Rafael Nadal Highlights vs Sweeting and vs Muller

This two videos shows the highlights of ATP rank 1 Rafael Nadal highlights of the matches during Wimbledon 2011. One match between vs Sweeting and other match vs Muller. The Muller’s match is somewhat tight match for Nadal and he won the first set in tie breaks other two sets he comes to his normal form and play brilliantly. Sweeting match is kind of a easy match for him. Watch this HD quality Wimbledon highlights.