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The game of tennis uses five main grips: The Eastern backhand; the Continental; the Eastern forehand; the Western forehand, and the semi-Western forehand, which, turning the racquet to the backhand position, becomes the Eastern backhand. The Western and semi-Western can allow greater power and spin, but are difficult for amateurs, and normally used only in high-level competition. This video describes the three basic grips: the Eastern backhand, the Continental, and Eastern forehand.
Category: Tennis Tips / Drills
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