To form the eastern grip, place the palm side of your index finger’s bottom knuckle against the third bevel if you’re right-handed or the seventh bevel if you’re left-handed. Then, position the butt of the racquet’s handle at the base of your palm and wrap your fingers around the handle.
Continental Grip. The “Continental Grip” or “Chopper Grip” is one of the most commonly used grips in tennis. The grip looks as if you were gripping an axe, hence the name “chopper.” To use this grip, place the base knuckle of your index finger on bevel #2. Eastern Forehand Grip. Using the Eastern forehand grip is a great way to learn forehand.
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The tennis grips are technically defined by which bevel(s) of the grip your heel pad and index knuckle are resting on. It is also important to realize that there is wiggle room when grasping each grip.
Complete article on the tennis serve grip: http://www.tenniscompanion.org/tennis-serve-grip-technique/This video shows tennis players the most accurate way t...
If you are more of a consistent player, choose a grip that allows you to put more spin (think Nadal). The tennis racket grip is divided into 8 bevels as shown in the diagram. The type of grip depends on which bevel the Index Knuckle and Heel Pad rest. All of the tennis grip diagrams below assume that you are right handed. If you are left handed just reverse the instructions. Serve
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The tennis racket grip is divided into 8 bevels as shown in the diagram. The type of grip depends on which bevel the Index Knuckle and Heel Pad rest. All of the tennis grip diagrams below assume that you are right handed. If you are left handed just reverse the instructions. Serve Continental Grip Use this for the serve, volley, overhead, and slice (all the pros
Tennis racket handles are an octagonal shape and each of the 8 sides is known as a bevel. Each of the bevels has a corresponding number. Knowing the numbers of the bevels will allow you to understand the many types of grips used and where to place your hand to engage that type of racket positioning.
The most exact way to find your tennis serve grip is to use the bevels of the handle, which you may not have even noticed were there. If you take a look at the handle of your tennis racquet, you’ll notice it is an octagon, with eight sides or bevels, just like a stop sign. To find the correct grip, we can number each bevel of your handle.