Intuitive Tennis Video Analysis Masterclass

Intuitive Tennis Video Analysis Masterclass

Learn to analyze your tennis game with video analysis. In this course, I explain why video analysis is essential to your technical development. I teach you which equipment you need and how to capture your strokes perfectly. Most importantly, I explain how to analyze your forehand, one-handed backhand, two-handed backhand, one-handed backhand slice, volley, overhead, serve, and return of serve. In addition to that, I teach you how to analyze your matchplay.

The course is three and a half hours long and provides lifetime access, so you can revisit the material whenever needed. By the end of the course, you'll have a comprehensive understanding of how to analyze every fundamental technical element of your strokes. I highly recommend this course if you're serious about improving your tennis game. Let me know if you have any questions or need further assistance!


1. Why video analysis is important
2. One technical element at a time
3. Equipment you will need
4. How to record
5. How to set up your camera
6. How to use the slowmo app
7. Grips contribute to stroke optics
8. Forehand analysis
9. One-handed backhand analysis
10. Two-handed backhand analysis
11. One-handed backhand slice analysis
12. Volley analysis
13. Overhead analysis
14. Serve analysis
15. Return of serve analysis
16. Match play analysis
17. Conclusion

The course is downloadable so that you can watch it without an internet connection.

Course length: 3 hours 30 minutes

Intuitive Tennis Video Analysis Masterclass
  • 1. Why Video Analysis is Important

  • 2. One Technical Element at a Time

  • 3. Equipment You Will Need


  • 5. How to Set Up Your Camera

  • 6. How to Use the Slowmo App

  • 7. Grips Contribute to Stroke Optics

  • 8. Forehand Analysis

    a. Preparation 0:06
    b. Takeback timing 3:55
    c. Loop height 5:32
    d. Torso rotation sequencing 7:21
    e. Elbow spacing 11:04
    f. Racquet drop & Forward phase 13:28
    g. Approaching underneath the ball 17:16
    h. String bed orientation 18:51
    i. Racquet head angle at contact 19:55
    j. Wrist movements around ...

  • 9. One-Handed Backhand Analysis

    a. The one-handed backhand is simple 0:06
    b. Preparation and shoulder turn 0:41
    c. Takeback 4:02
    d. String bed orientation on the racquet drop 6:05
    e. Straight arm 8:09
    f. Lateral and forward spacing 10:14
    g. Torso rotation 12:33
    h. Angle of the racquet face at contact 13:46
    i. Swing path 15:47

  • 10. Two-Handed Backhand Analysis

    a. The two-handed backhand is complex 0:06
    b. Preparation and shoulder turn 0:54
    c. Takeback 2:29
    d. Racquet drop 5:56
    e. Lateral and forward spacing 8:33
    f. Torso rotation sequencing 10:51
    g. Contact 11:42
    h. Swing path and finish 15:00
    i. Dominant arm 18:39
    j. Weight transfer 20:22

  • 11. One-Handed Backhand Slice Analysis

    a. Set up 0:06
    b. Take back 2:28
    c. Approaching the ball 3:41
    d. Torso rotation 5:48
    e. Contact 7:16
    f. Swing path and finish 9:27
    g. Weight transfer 13:53

  • 12. Volley Analysis

    a. Lag 0:06
    b. Approaching the ball, contact, and finish 2:37
    c. Body position 8:38
    d. Lateral and forward spacing 9:53
    e. Angle of the racquet face at contact 11:05
    f. Non-dominant arm 12:53
    g. High volley 13:46
    h. Weight transfer 15:10

  • 13. Overhead Analysis

    Set up, contact, and finish

  • 14. Serve Analysis

    a. The complexity of serve analysis 0:06
    b. Ad-side vs deuce side 0:39
    c. Identify which serve you're attempting 2:43
    d. Stances 3:20
    e. Toss 4:49
    f. Takeback and takeup 14:01
    g. Trophy phase 17:21
    h. Racquet drop 19:14
    i. Ball approach 25:51
    j. Contact 29:21
    k. Non-dominant arm tuck 36:35
    l. Swi...

  • 15. Return of Serve Analysis

    The return of serve is the most difficult stroke to analyze

  • 16. Match Play Analysis

    a. Four Causes of Errors 0:03
    b. Serve and return 1:15
    c. Low percentage shots 3:39
    d. Defense vs Offense 4:28
    e. Scorelines 5:16
    f. Momentum shifts 6:07
    g. Body language 7:03
    h. Pace of play 7:37
    i. Positioning 9:10
    j. Problem areas 10:33