Rotate your upper body at the beginning of your swing so that you are facing the back corner. Keep your shoulders facing the sidewall at impact. Watch this week's playlist: https://squashskills.com/squash/-/getting-the-ball-out-of-the-back-corners/getting-the-ball-out-of-the-back-corners-2999/ #squash #psa #backhand
Nick finds himself dealing with an awkward ball out in front of him in this shot. When you find yourself in this position you want to be able to hit an effective shot. You can work on developing your ball skill through solo practice drills, a number of which can be found here: #squash #psa #lunge #squashskills
Agility is about developing the ability to co-ordinate your footwork when trying to change direction. It’s an essential component to the game of squash which is such a fast and dynamic sport. Check out Gary’s introduction video here where he explains th
Here is a great example of the diamond position on the backhand side as Cameron prepares to drive the ball out of the deep backhand. Notice how the elbow, wrist, racket head and shoulder create a diamond shape at the start of the swing.
The key to the forehand swing is ensuring that you lead the swing with your elbow. It helps keep the racket face open as well as helping you to generate racket head speed. Learn more now: https://squashskills.com/squash:playlists #squash #psaworldtour #psa