| By Salomon Levy


When watching the best tennis players in the world hitting the ball, we see that they do it in so many different styles, yet the ball still travels very fast and with a high level of precision.

All these movements have something in common and it is superb biomechanics.In sports, biomechanics refers to the study of human movements.

When watching the players I coach hit the ball there is one thing I always look for first, and it’s how efficient their movement is when they are transferring their body weight into the ball at the point of contact.

So when we are working on serves I like to say, “Jump in, the water is fine. Allow your body to jump in the pool.” 


Salomon Levy

Salomon is the Co-Director of Tennis at Christopher Morley Tennis in Roslyn. He is a passionate tennis coach that with his unique and creative way of coaching has been making a great impact in the lives of many of his players around the world for more than 25 years. He is a Sports Science Teacher and a Master in Tennis and High Performance Coaching from Wingate College in Israel. He is author of the book Salomon’s Tennis Wisdom. You can reach him at Zenmaster18@hotmail.com or by visiting www.Salomontennis.com.