Shots that Cause TENNIS ELBOW

www.hi10spro.blogspot.com discusses his tennis elbow which has re-started.

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  1. champ1193, 08 February, 2009

    i think you should try to look a little more professional but good video

  2. onlytennisforme, 10 February, 2009

    You hit the ball cleanly…however from what i can c your only using your arm as the only factor during the progression of the swing…. try either close or semi-close stance. Use ur hip as a leverage. For me I had elbow problem from the prepration… I misinterpreted the swing and would turn my elbow(forcefully) far back. And follow through in that postion….damn did that hurt…luckly I was able to fix it…but im hoping that did not leave any permanent damage or etc..

  3. hi10spro, 10 February, 2009

    yep. good points on all three. been working on it… we’ll see

  4. lukebonstingl, 06 April, 2009

    i am 33, a claycourter from austria- i play national league
    i have lots of wrist aktion on my westerngripforehand, in slow motion looks like brugueras or nadals.
    i never had injuries like TENNIS ELBOW.
    if you want to develop a great forehand, you need to use every single chain of your body, dont fix something like wrist or elbow.- just let the wrist fly and dont think about it, a natural forehandswing doesnt have a fixed wrist!

  5. lukebonstingl, 07 April, 2009

    i am 33 a claycourter from austria (national league)
    i play an extreme westerngrip and have lots of wristaktion on my forehand.
    in slow motion looks like nadals or brugueras wristmotion
    believe me a natural wristaktion on a forehand doesnt cause injuries, and a forehand with a fixed wrist wont be a weapon!
    you have to work on every single part of your kinetic chain to develop a great forehand!
    tennisteachers who say fix your wrist or your elbow, or swing only with your arm are totaly wrong!

  6. hi10spro, 08 April, 2009

    that’s a great answer. developing the whole kinetic chain is very difficult and as you age, things break down. my friend, from ipodtennispros, and i feel that Nadal’s strokes places a lot of stress on his body and he is going to continue to suffer injuries–note the knee trouble he has.

  7. lukebonstingl, 08 April, 2009

    i dont know if nadal is going to continue to suffer injuries, but his strokes are very fluent- i think the injuries are not because of his strokes, its because he is fighting like no one else to win a point.
    to use every part of the kinetic chain helps to avoid injuries, because if you swing only with your arm, you but lots of stress on it, but if you use your whole body the stress will be evenly distributed and you get more power in your strokes

  8. matkimi, 17 May, 2009

    the thing is nadal wont exactly get problems with his wrists or his elbow
    if you study his stroke, his arm is very relaxed, and very light footwork too save his wrists and his knees

  9. hi10spro, 17 May, 2009

    i wonder what his lifespan as a player will be. He’s already wearing knee straps. He hurt his knee again at this last tournament. BUT is it his stroke, over training, or just so much tennis

  10. hi10spro, 17 May, 2009

    you mean just let it flow through right. it’s difficult to teach that so you add in the fixed wrist to prevent the injuries.

  11. mysteriekiller, 17 May, 2009

    Tennis elbow is in almost all of the casescaused by poor technique.

  12. mysteriekiller, 17 May, 2009

    Tennis elbow is in almost all of the casescaused by poor technique.

  13. Anon1352, 20 May, 2009

    i agree with this completely i’ve been played with tennis elbow for years and the reason was because of my form and i think making solid ball contact is very important too

  14. hi10spro, 21 May, 2009

    I’m starting to think that surface makes a difference. when we play on a fast surface, my arm hurts.

  15. hi10spro, 21 May, 2009

    it’s also a overuse injury. one of the big problems nowadays is no off season for kids.

  16. mysteriekiller, 22 May, 2009

    It could make a difference but still, if your strokes are technically sound you will not suffer from a tennis elbow except for maybe when you play like 3 hours a day.

  17. misskrissy100, 14 September, 2009

    thank you, this is helpful. i also notice that you use [almost exclusively] your arm itself much more than using your body to move your arm/make your shots, & that also causes tennis elbow (trust me, i have terrible tennis elbow & i do the same darn thing)

  18. queenofcourt, 02 October, 2009

    I had tennis elbow for about a year because i was practicing the kick serve for too many hours,it was my fault,i didn’t listen to my body

  19. poopseks, 24 January, 2010

    the forehand this guy is hitting is somewhat different than a classical topspin forehand, as he is not swinging completely through the ball and finishing over the shoulder with the follow-through. this forehand though ( the windshield wiper forehand as some may call it), is very convenient for generating spin and pace on short/low balls and/or balls with little pace. granted he is hitting with a wall, so there’s minimal time for a full swing.

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