I want to give you a sneak peek of what’s under the hood of the 25 Golden Rules of Singles Strategy.
Rule #3 introduces the concept of the powerful Serve +1 strategy. This terminology was first introduced in this course back in 2014 and it has now become mainstream as players, coaches, and commentators learn how important it is to link the first two shots when serving into ONE UNIT.
The following two-minute video comes straight from the course.
25 Golden Rules of Singles: Rule #3 (Serve +1)
2010 Wimbledon Final: Rafael Nadal def. Tomas Berdych 6-3, 7-5, 6-4
Rafael Nadal uses Serve +1 forehands as an integral part of his strategy to win the biggest prize in our sport – and so should you!
- Rafa hit 89% Serve +1 forehands for the match.
- Rafa hit 48 Serve +1 forehands and only 6 Serve +1 backhands.
Click HERE to learn more about the 25 Golden Rules of Singles Strategy, and all you need to know about Serve +1.