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Alexander Zverev shows fans how to execute a consistent backhand.

Zverev's Fundamental Baseline Tips

TopCourt ambassador demonstrates drills

Alexander Zverev enjoyed a standout 2021 season, winning a tour-leading six titles, including the Nitto ATP Finals crown. Having joined TopCourt, the German is on hand to share his tips, focusing on his powerful groundstrokes.

Zverev shows fans the techniques and drills that have seen him rise to No. 3 in the FedEx ATP Rankings, stressing the importance of following through on shots. The 24-year-old also discusses the role his family had in shaping his development.

Technique: Zverev explains to viewers the importance of having technically strong shots if you want to have a solid and reliable baseline game. In detail, the 19-time tour-level titlist walks fans through the fundamental approach of the forehand, backhand and return of serve and explains how you can dominate with these three shots.

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Drills: The 24-year-old focuses on five insightful drills and demonstrates on-court examples for TopCourt. Three drills focus on strategic skills, which are focused on neutralising points, transitioning in the court and using your weaker shot to set up your weapon. In the other two drills, Zverev looks at the backhand slice and how to volley effectively.

 

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