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Phil Dent

Building a Worldclass Serve

Phil Dent

"Building a Worldclass Serve" is a DVD featuring the keys to developing a great serve, both first and second from one of the best serve coaches in the game, Phil Dent.

Phil Dent is a former professional tennis player from Australia. He is best remembered for reaching the men's singles final at the Australian Open in 1974, where he lost to Jimmy Connors. Dent was ranked in the top 15 in singles (wins over Laver, Borg, Connors and McEnroe) and the top 5 in doubles. He had 6 tour singles titles and 32 doubles titles, and was a member of the Australian teams which won the Davis Cup in 1977 and the World Team Cup in 1979.

Currently Phil Dent is a top-level tennis coach in Los Angeles. His coaching accomplishments include teaching and coaching his son Taylor Dent, a tour player, formerly ranked as high as #21 in the world. Taylor owns the 4th fastest serve (151 mph) ever recorded on the ATP tour. Phil Dent has worked with many other tour players, including Michael Chang and Maria Sharapova.

"Building a Worlclass Serve" covers the following key areas:

  • Grips
  • Footwork
  • Lower and Upper Body Loading
  • Front Bowing
  • Arm and Wrist Position
  • Thrusting Up
  • Stillness of Head
  • Rear Leg Alignment
  • Weight Distribution
  • Pronation
  • The Toss
  • Height of Ball Toss
  • Timing of Knee Bend

Price $37.00

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