Finding the Two-Handed Backhand Tennis Grip. Here are a couple of suggested ways to hold the two-handed backhand tennis grip. Place the dominant hand in the Continental Grip or the Eastern Backhand Grip, and the non-dominant hand in an Eastern Forehand Grip or the Semi-Western Forehand Grip.
If you’re not sure where to start and you’re looking for some advice on grips to use, then here would be our recommendations: Forehand: Semi-western Backend: Two-handed Serve, volleys, slice, etc: Continental
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Tennis Grip Styles Continental Grip. The Continental grip is the foundation of every beginner tennis player’s game. Since this grip is... Eastern Forehand Grip. The next grip on the scale is the Eastern Forehand grip. You just need to rotate the racket one... Semi Western Forehand Grip. The Semi ...
Product description. The Tennis Grip Guide was inspired by coaching our own 4 kids and other students how to hold the right grip. As coaches, one of the most important things to us is for new players to learn all of the different grips and when to use them. The grip is the foundation to any tennis players game.
A tennis racquet’s grip size measures the circumference or distance around the handle, including the pre-installed stock grip, ranging from 4 inches to 4 3/4 inches. There are eight available grip sizes within that range, which start at 3 7/8 inches or a size double zero and increase by 1/8 inch for each size up to 4 3/4 inches for a size six. Tennis Racquet Grip Size Chart
Holding an eastern forehand grip (the palm is placed against the same bevel as the string face), you should be able to fit the index finger of your non-hitting hand in the space between your ring finger and palm. If there isn't enough room for your index finger, the grip is too small.
Who is The Tennis Grip Guide designed for? •Beginning tennis players just learning the game. •Intermediate tennis players still learning how to hold all the different grips. •Any player who feels they do not know all of the grips. •Kids, teens, adults, & coaches have all had success with The Tennis Grip Guide!
Western Grip. For a western grip, the index knuckle and heel will be on or near bevel 5. This means that the racket is being held at almost 180 degrees to the position it is in when the continental grip is used. This grip lends itself to extreme topspin and is best when the ball is bouncing high.