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TENNIS LESSON: Knowledge is power

No ONE technique is the right or only way to produce a serve. ..
Tennis Technique  05 Sep 2012 - 00:12 / by Federico Coppini / reads 5301.
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Knowledge is power

Hello,

In today's article, Lisa explains all the basic steps involved in hitting a proper serve.

Having the right information before implementing any technical change is extremely important, and Lisa I at hand to help you turn your serve into a mighty weapon!

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Regards

Federico

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