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Info from David Evans

From: user 2.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 8, 2012 8:18 AM

Here's some info from David Evans.

Even if you are not left handed, your input is welcome. Take a look at the
tennis article below that has a couple of short tennis training video embedded
for reference, and let me know what you think about how I setup the videos for
both Right and Left Handed players. Basically, I am wondering if it is useful
to create both or not, but not sure because I am right handed. :)

I created the Video 2 Ways (Right and Left Handed). What do you think about
doing Tennis Training Videos both Right and Left handed? Does it help you as
much as it helps me? Or, did you just get used to reversing everything in your
head over the years? I Visualize a lot of what I see on the court watching
others play, and I have noticed that I do not learn as much from watching left
handed players due to not picking up various things like subtle angles. Guess,
I just copy others players strokes, so it is hard for me to learn if everything
is backwards.

Use the URL below to View the Right and Left Handed Video Example Article:

Use the URL below to Take the Tennis Skills Quiz:


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