Take a step into Brad Gilbert’s world of tennis ingenuity to find out his most valuable tips and tricks to polishing your return game to get to even.
- Brad Gilbert is a world-renowned former #4 ranked American tennis player, ambassador, reporter, and coach for some of the biggest names in the sport such as Andy Murray, Andy Roddick and Andre Agassi.
- Understand more about the MOST UNDER PRACTICED shot in the game, and the most crucial shot when you’re not serving; the return.
- Rattle your serving opponent by hitting a solid return and second ball to gain confidence in your return rallies to up your chances of breaking your opponents serve.
- Learn how to analyze your opponent’s strengths and weaknesses and how they will dictate your court positioning for your return.
Walk Through Brad Gilbert’s Biggest And Most Effective Secrets For Returning Serve And Getting Even - Including Studying Game Tactics To Prepare For Specific Opponents.
Brad Is A Former #4 Ranked Player In The ATP Tour, And Is Most Well Known For Being One Of The Most Respected Ambassadors And Coaches In The History Of The Sport.
What Will You Learn?
Brad’s Return And Get Even instructional will ensure you gain confidence and awareness in one of the most under practiced shots in tennis; the return of serve. Having a good return is crucial to winning matches. If you can have control in returning the opponents serve, you will increase your chances at breaking your opponent by a great margin.
Understand the immense importance in not just your return, but the second shot you hit after your return. Brad’s infamous knowledge will guarantee you know exactly how to study your opponent’s strengths and weaknesses in the serve and how to translate that analysis into better court positioning for optimal clean contact with your return shot.
Whether your opponent is a strong server, a slow server, or even a lefty, you will learn exactly how to prepare for different opponents and study their patterns more precisely. You will be taking a step into Brad’s arsenal filled with tools that led him to aid in the creation of some of tennis’ most elite Hall of Famers.
Polish your return game and get even to start applying your game to dictate points and matches. Learn new habits to make your most common shots, your strongest shots.