Forehand Lunge Step

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When a ball goes too far to your forehand, you don't have to be defensive and fish it up; you can lunge at it and put a good loop attack on it.



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  1. Your racket should contact the ball before your feet leave the ground.
    You should swing at the ball, and after contact is when your first foot should leave the ground. Your upper body will be leaning heavily to the side.
  2. Lean on your right foot while hitting the ball.
    You'll be pushing off with your right foot (if you're a right-hander). But your left foot is the first to be lifted off the ground.
  3. Land with your left foot first.
    Your left foot will come back down to the ground first, followed by your right.

 



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