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Tennis Lessons: Tennis Grips, Continental and Forehand Grips This instructional video shows you the continental grip and the forehand grip and how they are to be used.

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  • Sabe94 4 years ago


  • Champ2056 4 years ago

    hey i have a question he said you can hit every shot except topspin
    forehand with continental grip but i hit with topspin all the time with
    that grip

  • 7daniel49 4 years ago

    @Champ2056 you can hit topspin forehand with the continental grip, but most
    people use the forehand grip. i dont know what it is called. some people
    even turn the racket to where their knuckles are on the side bevel.

  • xocxnxtox123 4 years ago

    he sounds stoned

  • S.H.A115 4 years ago

    I call the continental grip the ‘hammer grip’, since I use it for serves
    and overheads.

  • Felipe Salinas 4 years ago

    why do you speak like an idiot :S???

  • Travis Tran 4 years ago

    just simple like it. thanks

  • PilotRiaz 4 years ago

    @7daniel49 i think it’s called the Eastern Forhand grip when you hold the
    racket on bevel 2 for the forehand grip. There are 8 bevels on the grip
    handle of the tennis racket

  • Champ2056 4 years ago

    @7daniel49 oh ok thanks for explaining