The Hesitation Point

Dr. Brian Gordon

So how do you create the complex rotations in the upward swing on the serve described in the last article? (Click Here.) The first key is the timing of the racket entry into the backswing. Brian explains how the hesitation point in the backswing is critical to prevent the common problem of an early and forward entry.

This groundbreaking series shows how Brian applies his biomechanical research to working with real players on court.

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Dr. Brian Gordon has changed the understanding of the biomechanics of high level tennis technique. His Biomechanically Engineered Stroke Technique (BEST) is the only empirically based stroke mechanics system in the world, growing from three decades of both academic and applied on court research. He is a founder of the Tennis Center for Performance Research in Miami, Florida, which is creating a new paradigm for player development. The center has assembled an unprecedented group of specialists with cutting edge knowledge across the entire range of tennis performance.

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