Loose grip on prep and takeback, right up to half your forward swing, then tighter, not tight grip at moment of impact if you're going for a hard hit heavy ball. Rallyball, loose grip to allow natural pronation and not to long a ball. Loose at volley, but with short forward punch, you can maybe supply enough power.
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Center hits bounce straight up – off center hits fall to the side. I also agree with the other post on show us why loose grip is better – allows for faster racquet head speed. My example is to make a fist and shake your hand back and forth – then with a relaxed wrist shake again – you can shake faster with the wrist loose.
Once players have understood and practiced the racket path they aim to use, many coaches will teach them to relax while hitting the ball, and this will encourage them to have a fairly loose grip, although it still needs to be tight enough to prevent the racket from moving in their hand.
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Hold Your Racquet Like a Hammer. Another reference often used is to hold your racquet like a hammer, where you imagine using the side of the racquet to hammer a nail. Similar to shaking hands with your racquet, this simple method should provide you with an easy-to-remember technique to hold your continental serve grip.
Apr 24. 23. If you’re looking to hit fast tennis serves then your wrist must be loose in order to allow the racquet head to move really fast. But if you have been hitting serves for a while with a tight wrist (thinking that you need to hit ball “hard”), then you’ve developed a bad habit that won’t go away just because you read somewhere online that you should serve with a loose wrist.
Tennis players often loosen up the grip firmness in their backswings of all strokes: forehands, backhands, volleys and especially serves. Since the player may be trying to loosen up the wrist in order to create wrist lag, they unknowingly loosen up the grip too much.