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"Building a Worldclass Volley," by Dave Smith

"Building a Worldclass Volley" is a DVD featuring the keys to developing a great volley. In this DVD, you'll learn why mastering the volley is the best way to establish the foundation for other key elements in your game, namely the serve and overhead. This DVD will give you the confidence to attack the net and to finish off points with a variety of winning volleys (angled, swinging, drop, drive).

About Dave Smith

Dave Smith is the owner of Top Notch Tennis Academy in St. George, Utah and is a Dunlop Racquet Sports Master professional. In addition to his important contributions to TennisOne as Senior Editor, he has also published dozens of feature articles for several world-wide tennis publications including USPTA's ADDvantage Magazine and Tennis & Coach (Netherlands).

In his 35-plus years of teaching, he has worked with over 3500 players including dozens of state, national and world-ranked players and has been awarded "Speaker of the Year" for both the Intermountain and California USPTA Divisional Conferences.

"Building a Worldclass Volley" covers the following key areas:

  • Continental Grip
  • Stroke Patterns
  • Footwork Patterns
  • Arm Position
  • Angled Volley
  • Specialty Volleys
  • Slow-Motion Analysis
  • Volley Drills


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