A New Teaching Method<br>Do You Have An Imaginary Modern Forehand?
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A New Teaching Method:
Do You Have An Imaginary Modern Forehand?

John Yandell

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What? How could my forehand be imaginary? The answer is if it is built on imaginary concepts. Ideas that sound good, that may sound like the newest, greatest secrets ever, but don’t correspond to the reality of pro technique much less how it applies to you!

Tennisplayer is the only legitimate source in the world for studying the strokes of great players. But that doesn’t stop anyone from making videos telling you what they think the pros are doing.

I’ve dealt with some of these ideas in past articles as have other writers on Tennisplayer such as John Craig. Yes I know it’s all free information on You Tube etc. But the reality is price gives an indication of value. Don’t fall for the hype!

Develop a real modern forehand—not an imaginary one! That is what this amazing series is all about.

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John Yandell is widely acknowledged as one of the leading videographers and students of the modern game of professional tennis. His high speed filming for Advanced Tennis and Tennisplayer have provided new visual resources that have changed the way the game is studied and understood by both players and coaches. He has done personal video analysis for hundreds of high level competitive players, including Justine Henin-Hardenne, Taylor Dent and John McEnroe, among others.

In addition to his role as Editor of Tennisplayer he is the author of the critically acclaimed book Visual Tennis. The John Yandell Tennis School is located in San Francisco, California.

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