The role of the wrist on the serve is perhaps one of the most misunderstood movements in tennis, and maybe in all of sports! Does the wrist really “snap” on the serve? Does the hand pronate or turn in the motion? Or where does the power and swing movement really come from? This video proves and confirms, once and for all, what all the Pros do on their serve to generate power and control on their serves!

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  1. Mary Anderson
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    Hi john , loving all your learning. Please add me to your list for the wrist snap tool . I was wondering too if I could still take you up on the offer from the tennis summit Of 5 days for 5 dollars . I have Had corona virus and lung problems now after 8 weeks And might be a year or so before I can run around properly but now able to do shadow strokes slowely as determined to keep Learning at this time and my serve shadow stroke too , and loved your slice lesson to practice , I have learnt a lot from the serve foundation programme from you and Jeff Salzenstein and been paracticing the serve teqnique in the house every day which helps me keep positive and think it’s helping me develop a great serve , so very excited to see your lessons and find you through the tennis summit . so would love to try your lessons further ,if the offer is still available . Many thanks Mary Anderson

  2. Fred Guest
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    I want to purchase two of your Braces which eliminate wrist snap or waiters tray

    • Jack
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      I’m interested in the wrist snap tool.

      • admin
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        Thanks for reaching out to me. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

        Thanks for your interest in the Serve Motion Training product. I did not go into production as the projected demand did not justify the investment and logistics required to make the project viable. However, I did use an off-the-shelf item as a pre-production prototype that required only minor modification. Here is a link to the product:

        https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007TC11SC/ref=pe_2313360_574008060_em_1p_0_lm

        While it is not perfect, the product will work and give you the serve motion movement you are looking to develop.

        Please let me know if you have questions.

        Thanks,

        John Craig

  3. Alexander David
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    Hi John,
    please add me to your list for getting the wrist snap tool. I look forward to learning the correct technique.
    Alex

  4. Dennis Wagner
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    I want to purchase one of your wrist
    braces.
    How can I do that?

    Thanks,
    Denny Wagner

    Your serve videos are the very best!!!

  5. David
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    Can you put me on your your list for the wrist snap tool

  6. James Young
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    Hi John- definitely interested in the wrist snap prevention tool. Please add me to the list! Thanks.

  7. Bruce Wallace
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    I am interested in your Serve Motion Trainer (‘no wrist snap wrap’). Please tell me how I can obtain this.

  8. Dawn
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    Where can I purchase this wrist brace?

  9. Peter Rodgers
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    Hi John,

    Just to confirm your wrist snap tool is sold on Amazon as ACE-209623 Reversible Splint Wrist Brace?

    Regards, Peter

  10. Philippe
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    Hi John,

    I am interested in your product.

    Thank you,
    Philippe

    • admin
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      Thanks for reaching out to me. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

      Thanks for your interest in the Serve Motion Training product. I did not go into production as the projected demand did not justify the investment and logistics required to make the project viable. However, I did use an off-the-shelf item as a pre-production prototype that required only minor modification. Here is a link to the product:

      https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007TC11SC/ref=pe_2313360_574008060_em_1p_0_lm

      While it is not perfect, the product will work and give you the serve motion movement you are looking to develop.

      Please let me know if you have questions.

      Thanks,

      John Craig

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