Tennis elbow develops due to slapping the ball, which is when your wrist snaps through contact on groundstrokes. It’s most common on forehands. When the wrist snaps, the weight of the racket stretches the tendon that spans from your wrist all the way up to the top of the elbow (exactly where tennis elbow develops). … More The One Big Reason Why You Likely Have Tennis Elbow
The correct technique for a tennis topspin groundstroke … More Technique Discussion: How Do I Put Spin on My Groundstrokes?