Stabilise Your Core
Thanks to many professional players today, many people are adopting the new technique and it has become increasingly popular among tennis players of all levels. However, switching to the modern swing is not always easy. The modern swing relies heavily on the abdominal muscles and involves greater rotational forces, which can put more stress on the lower back and core. Additionally, the modern technique may not allow as much power through the hips compared to the traditional swing.
By incorporating these core exercises into your training routine, you can target the right areas and strengthen your core effectively. This will not only enhance your ability to perform the modern forehand but also improve your overall tennis skills and reduce the risk of lower back and core-related injuries.
Take a look at the latest video, where we break down the different technques and how your core could be the key to be a better modern player.
To help, we have linked some great core exercises below to help you strengthen your core and improve that swing.