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"Building Your Serve From the Ground Up," by Jim McLennan
Build a serve like Pancho Gonzales, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer!

In "Building Your Serve From the Ground Up," Jim McLennan shows you exactly how Pancho Gonzales, Pete Sampras, and Roger Federer built the serves that propelled their legendary careers Then, in a step-by-step fashion, Jim shows you how to build your serve into a powerful weapon by following the same serving foundation as Pancho, Pete and Roger. In this DVD, you'll learn the five master keys to the serve: balance, rhythm, effortless effort, spin, snapping through the serve. This DVD will enable you to see and feel these keys and show you exactly how to incorporate them into your serve, from the ground up.

About Jim McLennan

Jim McLennan is the Tennis Director at the Fremont Hills Country Club in Los Altos Hills California and the Editor of He has played studied and taught tennis in a career that now spans nearly 40 years.

He blogs at, and has created an online membership website – The Essential Tennis Instruction Network

"Building Your Serve From the Ground Up," with a run time 1 hour and ten minutes, covers the following key areas:

  • Footwork
  • Balance
  • Rhythm and Toss
  • Grip
  • Forearm Roll & Snap Up and Out
  • Arm Position and Racquet Take-Back
  • Shoulder Alignment
  • Watching the Spin
  • First and Second Serves
  • Serving Window
  • Quantum Golf and Tennis

Price $59.00 (This DVD is still in production and won't ship until March 20. However, we will take orders)

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