One Hand Backhand Master Classby John Frausto
The one handed backhand is probably the most beautiful shot in tennis. It is also one of the most difficult to master because of the precise timing and technical adjustments required from shot to shot.
However, there is a method that allows just about any player to quickly master the key fundamentals of the one handed backhand... so that player can rip heavy balls consistently from the back court.
In The One Handed Backhand Master Class, USPTA Elite and MTM Master Professional John Frausto shows you how.
He reveals the essential skills that allow any player to develop a free, relaxed, and consistent stroke... quickly.
You'll also discover:
- Why one grip does NOT fit all… and how to correctly use different grips for different hits.
- The three F’s that allow you to always find the ball
- How to leverage the linear and vertical planes to generate explosive (and effortless) power
- The famous “chin to contact” drill that ensures the proper finish… every single time
- How to perfect the high backhand so you can consistently neutralize your opponents heavy topspin
And much more.
As you know, the fundamentals don't change as you improve... it's simply about being able to execute them better, against a more difficult ball.
That's why this course is so valuable. You'll learn the essential one handed backhand fundamentals such as:
- How to properly execute the unit turn
- The EXACT grip you should be starting from
- And even why setting the right side (for right handed players) is vital to a consistent stroke.
If you're looking for the complete guide to mastering the one handed backhand.. whether you're a coach, player, or BOTH...
The One Handed Backhand Master Class will help you.
John Frausto is a USPTA Elite Professional and an MTM Master Professional.
He has also been fortunate to have received the 2012 USPTA Midwest Facility Manager of the Year and 2006 Wisconsin Teaching Professional of the Year awards.
He was the former Head Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at Marian University in Fond du Lac, WI and was awarded the 2007 Northern Athletic Conference Women’s Coach of the Year by his peers. In his first four years, he led the Sabre Tennis Team to four consecutive winning seasons, a first in school history.
John has presented at the Wisconsin and Ohio High School Tennis Association conventions and produced an instructional DVD, “53 Drills for Better Tennis” with friend and mentor Oscar Wegner. John has over 25 years experience in the tennis industry and has worked with several state, sectional and nationally ranked players.