Golden Move #9: One Foot Pivot

Golden Move #9:
One Foot Pivot

David Bailey

On a deep, heavily spinning ball, how do great players respond? Especially when the opening is down the line. It’s the one foot pivot—stepping back with most of the weight on the outside foot, then brushing the ball heavily and raising the opposite knee for balance. See how to hit it with the forehand, and also how to use it on the two hander.

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David Bailey is a native Australian who has spent 15 years studying tennis at the professional level. He has developed a new language for one of the most complex and misunderstood aspects of the game, footwork and court movement. David has worked with world class players and coaches, national tennis associations and top academies, and has presented at coaching seminars around the world. His teaching system, the Bailey Method, has become a regular part of the coaching curriculum at the Nick Bollettierri Tennis Academy, where it is personally endorsed by Nick

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