1. Grab your FREE Action Plan here so you can follow a proven step by step path to improvement the very next time you step onto the court: http://www.serveactionplan.com/

  2. GD says:

    .. problem is that on pronation face changes…

  3. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ‘πŸ˜ŽπŸ€™

  4. Tech DIYer says:

    Hey Ian, you are right, but focus comes into play. If i focus and aim for the T i will hit the T, but if im not focused, i cant really hit my mark. Its like hitting your serve, but thinking of the T as a general area…

  5. Tatiana Z says:

    you've helped me so much, all your videos are really well explained and you hit the nail on the head

  6. Ryan Helle says:

    what is your rocket>

  7. Rachel Jacob says:

    Very helpful, thank you

  8. I really cant believe this actually works. Thx to that i became runner up with allot ofe aces

  9. 4:29
    squid game music starts playing

  10. Robby Burns says:

    wow, just wow. SUCH great tips, even for advanced players to practice their serves!! Thanks so much guys, timeless as always.

  11. Bob Hen says:

    im a high schooler, just started playin tennis for like 1 week and this really helps. I also had a tendency to hit to hard on back hand forehand and sometimes even my server

  12. What kind of racket is that one

  13. Daniel D. says:

    this is just awesome!

    As a junior player I used to have seemingly insurmountable problems with the inconsistency of my serve. Sometimes I was able to make 2 or 3 double faults per game (that is, when it went long enough…). It was a huge drawback – a real show stopper – super frustrating, embarrassing and devastating. I had numerous trainers who all failed to help me. In my desperation I went an endless number of afternoons serving hundreds of serves each session to finally only hurt my shoulder. No success. My serve was still an unreliable piece of crap.

    My problem was: I didn't feel the serve. Serving felt like numb. I had no connection with the area I was targeting. The sort of feel that we usually have when playing ground strokes or volleys was completely absent. A Tennis player normally feels the target as if he was connected to it by invisible wires – at least that's how I perceive this.

    After thinking and analyzing my problem I finally decided to return back to the very basics. I did exactly what is shown in the 2nd half of this video. I called it "laying wires" to relearn my serve and to develop a feel for the targets from ground up. My serve started to improve noticeably. I wished I had someone teaching me like you do when it actually really mattered πŸ™‚

    This video I'd consider the single most important video on how to learn to serve I've ever seen. And it's the best set of trainer instructions on how to practice service targeting I've ever heard.

  14. Andi Najla says:

    Great teacher,,from Indonesia,Selayar IslandπŸ‘πŸ‘

  15. Love your work ET. I came from nothing but now I can hit every shot available in tennis…I just have to be good at it πŸ€¦πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ. Big up and thank you from South Africa.

  16. cheefkeef240 says:

    Refreshing to see nice fact based tennis information, always the most helpful form of coaching.

  17. Marbles says:

    You guys are great teachers. Thanks for the lesson!

  18. vidhead85 says:

    Thank you for this channel. It has helped me better my serve as far as getting it into the box, as I practice more on getting it into the box consistently, I'll be looking to add accuracy


  19. 1. Accuracy comes from the angle of the racket face. Where the face points the ball goes.
    – a 12-degree change is enough for the ball to go from the T zone to the corner
    – Practice slowly sending the ball to the center line and make sure muscle memory remember.
    2. Drills. Slice the box into 4 vertical parts.
    – Start at the end of your serve box and work your way back.

  20. rohit pratap says:

    Good golfing analogy but in golf the face closure rate through impact zone for good players is slow. Why is it so fast in tennis? Surely, too much emphasis on timing and less consistency day to day?

  21. Fantastic well done one of the best explanation I came a cross β€œtiming is the key β€œ also if I could explain the way the racket supposed to be hold on the serve we know is the continental grip but the way holding the racket is important to so we can make that pronation on the contact. Thank you

  22. notyified _ says:

    Ian doesn't know how to play

  23. Another brilliant video. Thanks guys!

  24. chona cuna says:

    Thank you. Very helpful for me

  25. 2Kdrive says:

    Hey seven minuts of MY TIME!

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