Rocky goes over his technique for a consistant backhand swing: Start with the racquet up above shoulder. Step towards the ball. Rotate hips and lower body first. Swing racquet around to finish. Contact ball just in front of leading foot.
The backhand’s engine is in your upper body, especially in your hips and shoulders. Watch this video a few times and watch how Anthony unwinds his hips and shoulders throughout the swing. The hitting arm just goes along for the ride.
A racquetball kill shot must be hit between 6 and 8 inches off the floor on the front wall. Flaws in your swing technique are amplified when attempting to hit a kill shot. There are two technical reasons why most players have trouble hitting kill shots: A kill shot requires a flat level swing and […]